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Many times a Keurig will shut off while brewing because the K-Cup hasn't been punctured on the bottom by the needle in the K-Cup basket. It can also shut off as a result of a clogged brew needle, faulty outlet, or misaligned water reservoir magnet.
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Some of our Plus Series / Keurig® 2.0 brewers come with an ‘Energy Saver’ or ‘Auto On/Off’ feature. If your brewer is powering off unexpectedly, ensure these features are not enabled If the ‘Energy Saver’ and/or ‘Auto On/Off’ features are not enabled and your brewer continues to power off unexpectedly, please contact our Customer Service team for assistance at 1-866-901-BREW(2739)
you can disregard a clog since all 2.0 have a sensor that immediately lets you know about a block or clog, even when there is a lot of pressure in a cup it will let you know (I know this because one time for some strange reason I dropped a capsule in the brewer and the hole in the bottom was not punctured... so I hit the big button and bam an error message) What you are describing is an issue that every single appliance that deals with a heating element and said element is at fault has.
This problem will happen if the on/off switch (on the back of the machine) is shorted internally, was replaced with the wrong type of switch, or is held down intentionally while pressing any buttons on the front. The on/off switch is a momentary type rocker switch. It should feel spring loaded and return to its original position after you press it.
Instructions: When your brewer stops brewing, one likely culprit is a tiny coffee ground clogging the "out" hole the coffee goes through. If you open up your Keurig, you'll see (or feel) a sharp needle in the top half (think where the top of the K-cup would be). That needle has a tiny hole in it.
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The only time the Caps can cause this to happen is when the K-Cup ® Pack is overfilled or packed to tightly with coffee. The water is pushed through the K-Cup ® Pack under pressure. If the coffee in the K-Cup ® Pack is packed so tight that the water can not get through then the water backs up and the machine turns off. The solution is to use less coffee or a less fine grind. The way to ...
History. There are two possible problems with your Keurig. The magnet in the water reservoir is out of place or the auto off timer has been is set. To check if the magnet in the water reservoir is out of place remove the water reservoir and lid, and then use your hand to realign the magnet. To check if the auto off timer is on, press the button ...
If your Keurig is plugged in, the water is all heated up but when you press the ‘brew’ button, it does not brew the cup of coffee- there is a possibility of a blockage somewhere in the unit. If everything seems to be in its place and you’re using K-cups, still if your Keurig doesn’t brew, you might want to clean or reset it. After hours of research, we have figured out different possibilities of what might cause this problem.
If you have a Keurig 2.0 model, you might face this issue. So first you need to understand that the coffee maker is not going to brew if you don’t put enough water. Another action on your part that is likely to cancel the brew is moving the carafe or lifting the handle after activating the auto-on feature.