Introduction

This guide will show an individual how to replace the water filter in the Keurig K40. This will require access to a screwdriver.

Parts

No parts required.

Image 1/2: Begin by unscrewing the five 1.5mm bottom screws with a #0 phillips head screwdriver. Image 2/2: Begin by unscrewing the five 1.5mm bottom screws with a #0 phillips head screwdriver.
  • Flip the device on its side so that the metal faces you.

  • Begin by unscrewing the five 1.5mm bottom screws with a #0 phillips head screwdriver.

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Image 1/2: The wires do not need to be cut as this repair will not harm or use them. Image 2/2: The wires do not need to be cut as this repair will not harm or use them.
  • Once the base is unscrewed, remove the base from the plastic wedges used to hold it in place.

  • The wires do not need to be cut as this repair will not harm or use them.

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Image 1/2: Pull the pump back to remove it from the slot it was in. Image 2/2: Pull the pump back to remove it from the slot it was in.
  • Using a size 0 Philips head screwdriver, remove two 1.2mm screws that hold the filter in place.

  • Pull the pump back to remove it from the slot it was in.

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Image 1/1: Clean or obtain a new filter and put back together. This is done by repeating the steps in reverse, putting the device back together.
  • Grip where the filter and the flow line connect and pull apart until they are separated.

  • Clean or obtain a new filter and put back together. This is done by repeating the steps in reverse, putting the device back together.

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Conclusion

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

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Where do you obtain a new filter?

Anthony Montoya - Reply

I have the same question as Anthony. Every Keurig filter I see is the charcoal filter that takes 2 seconds to change

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