How to fix a low-flow Keurig machine

In this video I show a simple repair method for when a keurig k-cup coffee maker is not passing enough water through. All you will need is a thin pin that is about 2 to 3 inches long, a bigger safety pin or a push pin will work. The problems that arise with insufficient flow are usually caused by clogging in the water flow holes next to the puncturing needle in the top half of your cup holding area. Coffee grounds and mineral build up from water can cause this to occur.

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  1. Thank you so much for this video! It actually worked perfectly for my nespresso that I love but was about ready to trash. Other videos (for nespresso machines) claimed that it wasn’t coming out because of air in the hose. After days of trying their methods I was ready to call it. I found your channel while looking how to hook up my new yeti mic to my ipad and checked out some of your other videos. Amazing! you just saved me $250. Thanks you tube dad! Keep up the awesome work!

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