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The Keurig model K70 is a beverage brewing system for home and commercial use. The Keurig is made by the American company Keurig Green Mountain.

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Keurig shuts off right after I press brew, and the menu option is dead

OK OK I bought it at a thrift store BUT it is really clean, someone took care of it. I would feel great if I can resurrect this baby before surrrendering it to electronic waste.

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This problem will happen if the on/off switch (on the back of the machine) is shorted internally, was replaced with the wrong type of switch, or is held down intentionally while pressing any buttons on the front. The on/off switch is a momentary type rocker switch. It should feel spring loaded and return to its original position after you press it. Check to see if the switch feels weird or looks like it has been replaced.

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Mine will brew in this condition if I hold the brew button during the brewing, but resorts to that condition again next time. it also has come and gone this week.

Not the time to Screw up during quarantine!

( I do have another coffee maker. I won't perish)

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if you read the post, all you have to do is flip the on toggle back like you "think" you would be shutting it off and it should work. I just did it on mine and it's fixed.

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Thanks,that fixed mine.

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Chad Knipfer's "flip the toggle" worked for me. Thank you Chad!!

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I was able to brew a cup while the reservoir was completely empty; refilled the reservoir during the brew process. Kuerig would turn off when pressing the brew button to brew my second cup; problem persisted. Read somewhere that air can get into the pump and other parts of the system when the reservoir is allow to become empty. Solution was to remove the reservoir take kuerig to the sink and shake vigorously upside down. That solved my problem.

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You have to make sure the kcup pierces through the needle at the bottom of the machine. Some cups i had to prepare a hole then line up with needle when I placed the kcup in the machine.

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I read somewhere else if you remove the water container, clean it and then replace it and refill it that it will reconnect a magnetic in the bottom that loosens with the vibrations of the machine. Tried it and it worked so I would try this first

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I had that problem with my Select model and found that cleaning the needles with a paper clip solved the problem. I think that the backed up pressure from the clog turns the machine off.

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I cleaned both needles -unplugged and plugged it back in. Reset and cleaned the water intake. Tried with no pod inside

Still kept shutting off right after I selected my choice.

I pushed the handle down more firmly and it “fixed” the issue. Ran it without a pod then brewed 2 cups successfully

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It is probable that an air bubble was released from the water pump when you pressed firmly on the handle; if the indicator lights where illuminated then the handle was positioned securely along and was not the issue.

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In most cases, a Keurig keeps shutting off because the needle in the K-cup basket hasn't punctured the k-cup. Some other causes include clogged exit needles, misaligned water reservoir magnets, dirty machines, or faulty outlets.

Check out this article, I am sure it will help uou

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I had tried all the fixes recommended and it still shut off. Someone suggested to remove the water reservoir and shake the brewer upside down. This worked. I had always filled the reservoir with my Brita pitcher to use filtered water and noticed that the water poured directly upon the tank outlet causing a turbulence of air and water. I recalled previously filling the machine with water as it was brewing a cup and the shutoff problem began after that. Air must have been drawn into it and caused a safety shutdown. So don’t fill the reservoir while actively brewing.

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