My Keurig Brewer Won’t Turn On
- If your Keurig coffee maker won’t power on, make sure the power cord is plugged into the wall. If it is, try plugging the machine into a different power outlet to make sure that it’s not that outlet that’s faulty.
- Try holding the power button on the brewer down for 10 seconds (or flip the power switch if your brewer doesn’t have a button), until the touchscreen turns on (if you have a display screen on your Keurig model).
- Unplug the coffee maker and remove the water reservoir. Let your Keurig sit unplugged for an hour. Sometimes the issue can be fixed with the reservoir removed.
- If you are still having issues, there may be an issue with the Keurig brewer itself. You may want to reach out to Keurig to see if there is anything they can do.
My Keurig Brewer is Leaking Water
- The puncture needle that pokes a hole in the K-cup may be clogged. Use a paperclip to insert into the exit needle hole in order to remove any debris that may be preventing the water from pouring through the K-cup.
- Make sure the K-cup pod you are using to brew does not have a loose foil lid, and make sure it is the appropriate size for your brewer model.
- An O-Ring seal in your Keurig brewer may be broken or loose, causing water to leak out of the bottom of the brewer.
- Your water reservoir may not be in place properly. Make sure it is seated correctly on your brewer.
My Keurig is Not Brewing the Right Size Amount
- Make sure the water reservoir tank is fully connected to the base of the Keurig. If it is not correctly seated or misaligned it will not intake enough water into the brewer.
- Your water filter may be clogged or in need of replacement. Replace or clean your water filter and try again.
- Your exit needle or entrance needle may be clogged with debris. Use a paperclip to insert into the needle hole and clear out anything blocking the needle.