Original post by: Rita Webber ,
You can purchase a Keurig needle cleaner. It's a simple process of turning off the Keurig, filling the little pod-sized cleaner with water, inserting it, and then opening and closing the lid at least 5 times to clean the needle. You can also remove the entire pod holder unit, being careful to not touch the needle, and the shovel tray under that. Then just rinse both with water, dry, and replace. There are YouTube videos that show how. It solved the drip I was having after a brew and sped up the brew too.