Answer to "One of the buttons (large cup) is broken, is this repairable?"Here ya go man,, don't listen to the first guy that says crap, I recently replaced the left side ashtray arm in my 86 jeep. If you look you can find the right screw for a drill handle made in 1976. That guy is just lazy or dumb https://www.ebay.com/itm/Keurig-B60-B70-K60-K70-OEM-LCD-Control-Buttons-with-Springs-Replacement-Parts-/384158856857?_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l4...
Answer to "I think I need to replace the waterpump on my keurig65"I replace all my lone, well almost with home depot/lowes 5/16 ID hose, and 4” White zip ties TIGHT AS !&&*, and no more leaks, im not taking the case off again but ill pop the top off real quick (2 screws, takes 5 seconds)
Answer to "Not brewing and turns off"With it plugged in and turned off(so only the faded menu is visible) press small and medium buttons together and release. Immediately press and release menu 3 times…may take a few tries, it will light up..press menu a few times till it says descale, press one more time.it should say menu again.then WHILE HOLDING medium button, VLICK MENU THEN VLICK SMALL.RELEASE MEDIUM. It will put it in a continuous brew cycle, let it run and keep adding water/switching cups, do this for 5 minutes or so. Then press menu once more, it will make a different noise and begin to empty the internal reservoir. It will keep running after it spits. .let it run a minute (15-30 seconfs) and hit menu again.dhe should shut down…power on. Remove water reservoir while on, unplug..wait 10 minutes plug in turn on, replace tank… cycle a brew, hope that helps!