Coffee brewmaster released in 2013. The Keurig K40 is a k-cup compatible coffee maker.

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Why is water leaking from my device?

I plugged in and started using my Keurig this morning, but instead of making my cup of coffee, water leaked everywhere! I don't know what the problem is.

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The k-cup may not have been punctured correctly because of a clogged needle. The 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 needle, 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 troubleshooting guide.

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@rosiecheeksxoxo what needle? Where is it located? How do I get to it? Have you ever tried to clean a puncture needle with a "wet cotton swab"? It is hollow it is not? How would the cotton swab clean it?

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The water is leaking jout of the bottom of the coffee maker

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Maybe you have bad Solenoids rusted or your water pump remove bottom plate and cover to check, unplug machine be checking

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