Original post by: Kay-Kay Clapp ,
Hey Shirley, I hope you found an alternate source of caffeine until your Keurig is fixed. You might have something stuck in your machine. Unplug the machine and open it carefully to check for something stuck in the brew handle. If you see anything, try removing it with a paper clip or toothpick. You can also try moving the k-cup if it’s inserted incorrectly. If you manage to open the handle, remove the k-cup and check to see if everything is ok: the k-cup holder, needles and all of the brew handle parts. You can also try lubricating the interior part that slides towards and away from the K cup—looks like a [https://www.amazon.com/keurig-coffee-maker-handle-closed-/forum/Fx2Z70Z5TUNHFVR/Tx2OZWQNIBW76AX/1?_encoding=UTF8&asin=B000AQPMHA|few people] have tried that and it has worked.