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Keurig K-10 Mini Plus Troubleshooting
Model K10 Mini Plus. Voltage/Wattage: 120 V/1425 Watts. Manufactured by Keurig.
- The handle of Keurig is broken
- There is water or coffee leaking from the Keurig
- The water or Coffee is not dispensing
- The water or coffee is dispensing slowly
- The water is not heating properly
The handle is broken, cracked, or will not push down properly.
If the handle is broken or cracked, you can get a replacement for it online. You can get a replacement handle here
For steps on how to change the handle you can follow our steps here
Water is leaking from either top or bottom of the machine.
If the K-cup holder is cracked, It may allow water to leak through it. Will need to be replaced. You can get parts here
If the K-cup holder is not damaged, the hose may be clogged. You will have to open up the top of the Keurig to check for this. If it is clogged you will need to follow the necessary steps to unclog it.
Water is not flowing through the K-cup and out of the bottom.
If the water or coffee overflows around the K-cup holder instead of dispensing, then your needles may not be penetrating the K-cup or the K-cup holder may be clogged. You can view our guide here on how to replace the top needle.
If the water poured into the reservoir does not drain, it will not reach the K-cup. The drain on the Keurig may be clogged.
To unclog it you can follow our technique guide here
The coffee is dispensing, but at a slower rate than when the machine was new.
If water is dispensing abnormally slow, The top needle may be dole or not clean you will probably have to clean/sharpen the needles.
If coffee is dispensing slowly and the top needle is not too dull, your water hose may be partially clogged.
to unclog the hose you can see our clean hose guide
The heating element may be damaged and will have to be replaced. For the replacement of the heating element please click on this link here