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Chuck McCabe, I just finished fixing one from a buddy's shop. Same issue, no matter what it would only brew 4 oz at a time and took forever to do so. I did a few things. First I removed the plastic holder that holds the K-cups.
[image|598838]
-. this one is simply pulled straight up, but had a bit of resistance from some spring clips.
+This one is simply pulled straight up, but had a bit of resistance from some spring clips.
[image|598837]
-. On the bottom of that is a tapered needle that pokes the hole into the bottom of the K-cup. On the side of it is actual a small hole. Use a paper clip (or in my case I used a needle) and stick it in there to remove any scale, coffee grounds etc. As you can see from the first pictures, there will be a lot of coffee in and around it.
+On the bottom of that is a tapered needle that pokes the hole into the bottom of the K-cup. On the side of it is actualyl a small hole. Use a paper clip (or in my case I used a needle) and stick it in there to remove any scale, coffee grounds etc. As you can see from the first pictures, there will be a lot of coffee in and around it.
[image|598840]
-. Next you need to clean the top needle. It's a bit trickier since it is somewhat hard to come up. So open the Keurig all the way, and again use a needle or paper clip. There will be three holes around the needle.
+Next you need to clean the top needle. It's a bit trickier since it is somewhat hard to reach around the sides. So open the Keurig all the way, and again use a needle or paper clip. There will be three holes around the needle.
[image|598841]
-. At this point I tried to see if it would finally brew a 12oz. coffee which it did not. so Next I concentrate on the water intake. Remove the tank by simply pulling up on it
+At this point I tried to see if it would finally brew a 12oz. coffee which it did not. Next I concentrate on the water intake. Remove the tank by simply pulling up on it
[image|598842]
-On the bottom of the tank is a filter and a check valve. I removed the three Phillips screws from the filter and removed that from the tank and cleaned it with some running water and an old toothbrush. It's a bit tricky to remove since you will need a long Philips screw driver. As a finally step I wanted to check the water supply to the needle for the top of the K-cup. If you take a look at the part where the top needle is mounted, you will see two Phillips screws that hold the top cover on. Remove those.
+On the bottom of the tank is a filter and a check valve. I removed the three Phillips screws from the filter and removed that from the tank. I cleaned it with some running water and an old toothbrush. It's a bit tricky to remove since you will need a long Philips screw driver. As a finally step I wanted to check the water supply to the needle for the top of the K-cup. If you take a look at the part where the top needle is mounted, you will see two Phillips screws that hold the top cover on. Remove those.
[image|598845]
Slightly lift and pull the top cover out.
[image|598846]
with the cover removed you can see where the water comes from the boiler through a check valve and then to the K-cup Needle.
[image|598849]
-If that check valve has scale, sediments or other contaminants it will not let the water get through properly. Unhook the check valve from the connector above the K-cup needle and remove the tie strap. No you can remove the check valve. Try to blow in it from the boiler -cup side and it should close. Do that a couple of times to loosen any sediments etc. I also run some hot water from the K-cup side into the check valve and shook it up. I did get wuite a bit of debris out of that. Once I had it cleaned, I reassembled the valve, hoses and cover. I did replace to tie straps. Once fully reassembled, I did get the Keurig to brew 12oz 25 times in a row:-). Guess I fixed it. biggest issue with this repair are the need for a long Phillips #2 to remove the screen from the tank, and to reassemble the two screws for the top cover. I did turn the Keurig upside down to get gravity to help me reinsert the screws. Hope this will work for you as well as it did for me.
+If that check valve has scale, sediments or other contaminants in it, it will not let the water get through properly. Unhook the check valve from the connector above the K-cup needle and remove the tie straps. Now you can remove the check valve. Try to blow in it from the boiler side and it should open. Do that a couple of times to loosen any sediments etc. I also run some hot water from the K-cup side into the check valve and shook it up. I did get quite a bit of debris out of that. Once I had it cleaned, I reassembled the valve, hoses and cover. I did replace the tie straps as well. Once fully reassembled, I did get the Keurig to brew 12oz 25 times in a row:-). Guess I fixed it. Biggest issue with this repair are the need for a long Phillips #2 to remove the screen from the tank, and to reassemble the two screws for the top cover. I did turn the Keurig upside down to get gravity to help me reinsert the screws. Hope this will work for you as well as it did for me.

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crwdns2893792:0crwdne2893792:0 oldturkey03 ,

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Chuck McCabe, I just finished fixing one from a buddy's shop. Same issue, no matter what it would only brew 4 oz at a time and took forever to do so. I did a few things. First I removed the plastic holder that holds the K-cups.

[image|598838]

. this one is simply pulled straight up, but had a bit of resistance from some spring clips.

[image|598837]

. On the bottom of that is a tapered  needle that pokes the hole into the bottom of the K-cup. On the side of it is actual a small hole. Use a paper clip (or in my case I used a needle) and stick it in there to remove any scale, coffee grounds etc. As you can see from the first pictures, there will be a lot of coffee in and around it.

[image|598840]

. Next you need to clean the top needle. It's a bit trickier since it is somewhat hard to come up. So open the Keurig all the way, and again use a needle or paper clip. There will be three holes around the needle.

[image|598841]

. At this point I tried to see if it would finally brew a 12oz. coffee which it did not. so Next I concentrate on the water intake. Remove the tank by simply pulling up on it

[image|598842]

On the bottom of the tank is a filter and a check valve. I removed the three Phillips screws from the filter and removed that from the tank and cleaned it with some running water and an old toothbrush. It's a bit tricky to remove since you will need a long Philips screw driver. As a finally step I wanted to check the water supply to the needle for the top of the K-cup. If you take a look at the part where the top needle is mounted, you will see two Phillips screws that hold the top cover on. Remove those.

[image|598845]

Slightly lift and pull the top cover out.

[image|598846]

with the cover removed you can see where the water comes from the boiler through a check valve and then to the K-cup Needle.

[image|598849]

If that check valve has scale, sediments or other contaminants it will not let the water get through properly. Unhook the check valve from the connector above the K-cup needle and remove the tie strap. No you can remove the check valve. Try to blow in it from the boiler -cup side and it should close. Do that a couple of times to loosen any sediments etc. I also run some hot water from the K-cup side into the check valve and shook it up. I did get wuite a bit of debris out of that. Once I had it cleaned, I reassembled the valve, hoses and cover. I did replace to tie straps. Once fully reassembled, I did get the Keurig to brew 12oz 25 times in a row:-). Guess I fixed it. biggest issue with this repair are the need for a long Phillips #2 to remove the screen from the tank, and to reassemble the two screws for the top cover. I did turn the Keurig upside down to get gravity to help me reinsert the screws.  Hope this will work for you as well as it did for me.

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