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Question DetailsAsked on 6/6/2016

Keurig repair service in kansas city

machine does direct the hot water through the K-cup
It gushes all over the place but not through the coffee source

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Answered 4 years ago by Member Services


Sounds like something is not locked in place right or the filter is plugged - here is a link to the Keurig support page - find your product at lower left for how-to instructions on simple repairs.

There are also a lot of Youtube videos and web pages describing repairs for Keurig appliances, google this search phrase - how to fix Keurig K-cup.

If those do not help, then Appliance Repair - Small would be your Search the List category to find local smalll appliance repair shops - check ratings and reviews, then call well-rated one(s) till you find one that does Keurig repairs. Bear in mind their minimum charge is likely to be about $30-50, so if a lower-end unit maybe just better (if you can't fix it yourself) to keep the parts and get a new one, preferably of same model, so you now have some spare parts and accessories in hand. Looks like a straight K-cup model is running about $100, so tough decision on whether you replace or go to a shop which might charge that much to fix it, by the time parts and such are figured in.

Answered 4 years ago by LCD

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