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The k-cup may not have been punctured correctly because of a clogged needle. WhichThe needle can become clogged because of the grounds in the K-cup. A clog would result in the water leaking out of the device instead of through the k-cup. Clean the needleneedle, located at the top of the chamber, with a wet cotton swab and then brew again.

If you need some more help take a look at the [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Keurig_K40_Troubleshooting|troubleshooting] guide.
The k-cup may not have been punctured correctly because of a clogged needle. WhichThe needle can become clogged because of the grounds in the K-cup. A clog would result in the water leaking out of the device instead of through the k-cup. Clean the needleneedle, located at the top of the chamber, with a wet cotton swab and then brew again.

If you need some more help take a look at the [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Keurig_K40_Troubleshooting|troubleshooting] guide.

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Original post by: Michelle Sanchez ,

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The k-cup may not have been punctured correctly because of a clogged needle. Which would result in the water leaking out of the device instead of through the k-cup. Clean the needle with a wet cotton swab and then brew again.

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