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To properly identify a model for which you don't have the carton or manual, remove the water reservoir and its lid, and set these aside. Remove any pod if present from the pack holder. Carefully turn the unit over and look for lightly engraved text on the underside of the base. It will read, in capital letters, something like "KEURIG SINGLE CUP BREWING SYSTEM, COFFEE MAKER MODEL K45."

Keurig Coffee... | Answered 18 hours ago


it is also possible that the leak came from the pump as well most likely your lines are also clogged up with fine ground coffee past the brewer which stops the water from flowing and causes excess pressure which eventually either busts a water line or makes the pump push the water out past the caseing of the machine. Very time consuming finding the leak as well as replaceing the parts that are broken. If you have any further questions message me back. Thanks
Rick
p.s just curious because i ask all customers dealing with coffee and expressor machines what was the grind set to when you ground your coffee?

Starbucks Saeco... | Answered 20 hours ago


If the cups are jamming straight after you clear a jam it means one of to things. 1: Non vending or poor quality vending cups are being used. The SG200 is very sensitive to the rim of the vending cup. Make sure the rims are circular are even and have no bits of card board hanging out of the rim.
2: Cup cams are out of alignment. Take all of the cups out of the machine and also take the cup carrousel (cup tubes) off. Look down at the 5 black cup cams and check if they all look in the same position. There is instructions on how to realign the cams on pages 52-53 in the manual that came with the machine. If you need a copy of the manual I'll need a email address the send it to you.

Coffee Makers &... | Answered Yesterday


My Keurig B60 had the same issue. The water reservoir has a valve in a nipple on the bottom that slides into a clear plastic fitting within the base of the unit. Water from the reservoir is supposed to pass through the fitting and into the pump, which is also in the base. Over time, hard water deposits can build up on the nipple or the mating fitting (or both) such that a good seal is not made when the reservoir is in place and water slowly leaks out the bottom. To fix this, I removed the five screws on the bottom of the Keurig and then removed the two screws which hold the fitting in place. I gently cleaned both the clear plastic fitting and the nipple in the bottom of the reservoir with white vinegar. After rinsing both with clean water and drying both, I applied a small amount of silicon faucet grease (available at any hardware store) to both parts. I haven't had any more leaks since, although I assume I will have to repeat this operation periodically.

Keurig B60... | Answered 2 days ago


Hi, here's the link to register your Keurig:
https://www.keurig.com/appliances/register-brewer

Keurig Coffee... | Answered 2 days ago


The needle may have built-up coffee residue on it. Here's a link to a You Tube video on how to clean it:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-wb1reWYVeY

Keurig Coffee... | Answered 2 days ago


That model had a likelihood of the electrovalve growing a green crystal inside the fitting where the teflon tube comes from the boiler. The electrovalve is a solenoid operated tap on the steam wand side accessed by removing the lid and the side cover. I used to take the electrovalve off completely to do the job. To get the teflon tube out you depress the silver collar around the tube towards the fitting and pull on the tube. It won't come out unless you depress the collar. You then unscrew that same fitting and clear the green crystal out with a probe or screwdriver and rinse or blow the fitting out. The fitting was sealed from new into the electrovalve with some sort of sealant product, I used to clean out the threads and use some thread tape, I never had a leak and did heaps of them over the years.

Krups Coffee... | Answered 2 days ago


I think the person wants his/her already made coffee to stay hot for more than 2 hours.
He/she makes 8 cup of coffee then comes back to drink his/her coffee after 5 hours and it's cold as fk.

Mr. Coffee... | Answered 3 days ago


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Keurig Coffee... | Answered 3 days ago

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