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Introduction

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

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  1. 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.
    • 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.

  2. 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.
    • 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.

  3. 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.
    • 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.

  4. Grip where the filter and the flow line connect and pull apart until they are separated.
    • 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.

    There is no ffilter on K-40 keurig maker

    keithpawpaw - Réponse

    I thought so too but I followed the above directions and finally was able to pull straight up and free the filter. I can't see that it is dirty but ran water through both ends anyway. Still looked clean to me so I will just purchase a new one. Hang in. You can do it!

    kd4rvn - Réponse

Conclusion

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

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10 commentaires

Where do you obtain a new filter?

Anthony Montoya - Réponse

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

Matt Baum - Réponse

[|i have the same question as well.. I don’t see anywhere selling a new filter…]

eddie mayfield - Réponse

I need the filter, where do I buy a new Filter?

Gladys Karina Andino - Réponse

The answer seems to be: “You don’t.”

Van Davis - Réponse

Wow all this to replace filter? I cleaned the machine with filter in, will the filter be ok yet. What a hassle

kkohl27 - Réponse

I added 2 O rings, one at the bottom of the water reservoir other in between the ripped hose and housing. It’s been 24hrs since repair and no leak

Sergio Polanco - Réponse

First of all I think this is a bunch of bull on Keurigs part A customer has to get screwdrivers and $@$* and take the thing apart to get to the filter and then if you screw it up then what and now I see people are not even getting answers on how to get a new filter thanks Keurig I think you should freaking give everybody a new Keurig without charging them

Sandra Cuthbert - Réponse

I have the same question as others. Where is they a filter for K-40 ?

keithpawpaw - Réponse

Where can I buy the bottom water filter housing? My rubber seal tore

Rodney Baier - Réponse

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