Introduction

In this guide we will show you how to successfully remove the handle from the K-cup.

Image 1/2: Avoid the top needle if at all possible. The needle may cut you and or penetrate your skin. Image 2/2: The screws are located on the top of where the K-Cup would be.
  • Remove two 9 mm Phillips #1 screws.

  • Avoid the top needle if at all possible. The needle may cut you and or penetrate your skin.

  • The screws are located on the top of where the K-Cup would be.

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Image 1/3: You will then want to remove these screws which are the same size Image 2/3: The needle is sharp so be careful Image 3/3: The needle is sharp so be careful
  • Once you remove the screws, the top cover should come out.

  • You will then want to remove these screws which are the same size

  • The needle is sharp so be careful

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Image 1/1: Once the hose comes off, the needle will fall out by itself.
  • Once you get those removed, you are going to want to pull on the hose until it pops off.

  • Once the hose comes off, the needle will fall out by itself.

  • Be careful when picking up the needle as the needle is sharp

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Image 1/1: The top needle is intact and there so be careful when in this area.
  • Remove the two Phillips #1 screws.

  • The top needle is intact and there so be careful when in this area.

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  • Next after the removal of the hose on the top by simply pulling it off, remove the following four Phillips #1 screws.

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  • Once you take off the screws, this part of the handle will come off.

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  • To pull this part off, pull inwards with the these tabs located on both sides of the handle assembly.

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Image 1/3: For the O rings we used the plastic prying tools. Just keep in mind that you might want to hold one side of the O ring down while trying to pry off the other side with the other. Image 2/3: Once you get the O rings on both sides out, you can pull the handle buy pulling on each side. Image 3/3: Once you get the O rings on both sides out, you can pull the handle buy pulling on each side.
  • Next remove these two Phillips #1 screws to allow the release of the actual handle from the frame.

  • For the O rings we used the plastic prying tools. Just keep in mind that you might want to hold one side of the O ring down while trying to pry off the other side with the other.

  • Once you get the O rings on both sides out, you can pull the handle buy pulling on each side.

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  • Once you pull both sides, the handle will come off as shown.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

Roberto Maldonado

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