You are having a best Keurig coffee maker and you are satisfied what it has gien ot you so far, but recently, you find some clogging with it? You are managing to fix it but the result seems unchanged. So it’s take you inter to our proven secrets to fix a clogged Keurig.
Yes, here are some proven tips to deal with a clogged Keurig.
- First of all, insert the current needle into the K-Cup container. Elevate the cup container handle while gripping the container with one hand. Push up from the underneath of the cup container to release it, using the other hand. The small, pointed current needle is on the right inside the K-Cup container.
- Set the outside loop of a paper clip straight, leaving the inside loop intact so that you can grab it as a handle.
- Locate the straighten end of the paper clip through the underneath of the current needle. Scratch the sides of the needle with the paper clip with the purpose of loosening debris like coffee grinds. Don’t try to push the paper clip all the way through the exit needle. The exit is on the side of the needle, not the top as many users often think.
- Wipe out the cup container with cool water to remove any remaining debris.
- Reinstall the cup container by aligning the tabs on the holder, using the Keurig machine and pushing down lightly to break the holder into place.
- Clean your single cup coffee maker to remove mineral deposits in case the clog doesn’t exist in the current needle. Fill the water container with 10 ounces of white vinegar while putting a ceramic mug beneath the beverage dispenser.
- Elevate the machine handle as if you did while inserting a K-Cup, but do not insert any K-Cup in the area. Then, after almost five seconds, lower the handle.