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How long should a Keurig machine last?

about 3-5 years
A Keurig coffee maker should last about 3-5 years. Note that some Keurig machines work only with certain types of capsules or k-cups. Therefore, if the manufacturer stops producing those capsules, the machine will become useless more quickly.

Why is my Keurig clicking and not working?

If your Keurig is powering on okay, but it’s making strange noises and not brewing the correct amount of liquid, it’s very likely that your brewing needle is clogged and in dire need of being cleaned and/or descaled.

Why does my Keurig keep clogging?

K-Cup coffee makers are prone to clogs due to the calcification of of inner tubing and due to the coffee grounds that can get up into the puncture needle and even into the water discharge tubing. More than normal coffee makers Keurig style machines need to be cleaned and descaled more often than regular coffee makers.

What should I do if my Keurig B70 Platinum is not working?

Check to make sure the Keurig B70 Platinum is connected to a power source and flip the power switch located on the back of the machine. If that doesn’t work, make sure the power outlet and circuit breaker of your building is functioning. Additionally, try resetting the circuit breaker.

Are there any problems with the latest Keurig?

While all Keurig needs a bit of attention every now and then, the latest (Keurig 2.0) models alert themselves when it’s time to descale or add more water. But it’s not always the case and oftentimes you deal with some problems like it leaks, won’t brew, won’t turn on, or won’t read the K-cups.

How to fix a broken Keurig coffee maker?

1 If the malfunction is because of calcium scaling, then de-scale your Keurig coffee maker using vinegar and water solution. 2 Just remember that the method of treatment here is not recommended by Keurig. 3 Then perform the task of flushing the machine with just clean water a few times.

What to do if your Keurig K-Cup is bent?

The puncture needle that punctures the K-Cup might be bent. You can check if the puncture needle is bent by opening the lid and looking inside to see if there is a bent puncture needle. If there is a bent puncture needle, then you are going to need to replace it.