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does not poke coffe pod

can I get my Kurig coffee maker repaired........it doesn't poke the pod for the water to go through the pod......... feels like it might be bent ???

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@esmills__16 can you post some images of the puncture needle? Use this guide Adding images to an existing question for that. What exact model is your Keurig?

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no photos but he took it apart and back together again....and it is working.....thank you so much for your help........Ellen.

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I am new to this site, but i am trying to figure out why the exit puncture needle is not poking a hole through the bottom of my coffee pod that i put in?

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I am having the same problem!

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I'm having the same problem. So I improvised and punctured a whole at the bottom and it works.

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@esmills__16 if it is truly bend you can replace the needle assembly (depending on your model). Every now and then you can find the parts at places like this. On this guide in step 9 you see two small Philips head screws on the left hand side (above and below the water inlet). Those hold the needle assembly to the top part. Remove those to remove the assembly. Again, take lots of pictures and post those with your question by using this guide.

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How to open and clean Keurig Coffee Maker

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30 minutes - 1 hour

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It looks like the bottom needle that punctures the bottom of the coffee pods has come out of the assemble. Can I put it back in or do I need to get a whole assemble replacement?

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I took the bottom assembly out, but I didn't see a needle. It no longer makes a hole at the bottom. What can I do?

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