Keurig Coffee Maker gets clogged and slow

Run a rinse cycle (or three). That’s why you’ll want to run a cycle or three of just water through your brewer. Fill the reservoir with water and don’t add a K-Cup. Push the brew button and discard the water that comes out. Your Keurig Mini should now be fully unclogged and ready to brew.

Why does my Keurig keep clogging?

K-Cup coffee makers are prone to clogs due to the calcification of of inner tubing and due to the coffee grounds that can get up into the puncture needle and even into the water discharge tubing. More than normal coffee makers Keurig style machines need to be cleaned and descaled more often than regular coffee makers.

Why is my Keurig running so slowly?

The most likely cause of a slow Keurig is a clog or calcium buildup, both of which are easy to fix yourself.

Why is water barely coming out of my Keurig?

The most likely reason for a Keurig not pumping water is water scaling, debris that builds up and interferes with the Keurig water pump. There are a number of ways to resolve this problem. The simplest is to take out the Keurig water reservoir, empty it out, and refill it about a third of the way.

How do I clean a clogged Keurig needle?

Flip the pod holder upside down and insert it into the tube. Move the toothpick/paperclip around for 30 seconds to get out any dirt and loosen any clogs. Now to fully clean out the exit needle, rinse the pod holder and funnel under running tap water.

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