Patricia Peters: You are my new hero! I, too, had been trying different things for days --
your fix is so logical . . . and so effective! Thank you!
Mike Saucedo: Thank you Larry! I tried all of the trouble shooting procedures online and
through the website and nothing seemed to help until I got to your video.
Richard Ndekezi: This is amazing I tried it and my Keurig just worked out! I can't be more
grateful for this video! Thanks a lot!
Olive Delizo: Bingo! Thanks, this worked!!
Will Kingdon: Worked perfectly. Thanks!!
Mike Humphreys: Just did what the video showed and it worked great. Thank you so. Such
Jukeboxfun: This works great! Thanks so much. That is a big time design flaw.
Sherry A, D: Thanks mr. Gould, just bought a keurig. So if I have this problem I'll know
what to do. Thank you
keap0222: Thank you !
Marie Hopkins: Thank you for a thorough explanation of what's happening to my Keurig. I
dreaded calling them for help and thought I might learn more about the
problem and how wide spread the problem is before calling Keurig customer
E Lombard: You're my idol ; ) Thank you for sharing your idea; it was the solution I
eli0331: So basic and simple. Thank you.
southfl21: This is what happens when people actually think about what's going on and
come up with a solution, good job very well done.
Elaine Migliore: I can't believe it, I have been struggling all night with this. Just tried
this and in MY humble opinion, you are a genius! Thank you!!!
Michael Metrick: This was my third machine in a year. I think Keurig should pay you for
finding this design flaw. A new top with air holes should be shipped for
free to all Keurig owners. Thank you for being such a genius!
babygirl113sl: I dont blame people for going back too the old coffee maker keurig makes
these things happen so stupidly and make you buy one if u think theres
something wrong with there just scamming people too buy new ones
Angela Vigo: Sorry , i dont have patience for all the talk !
Chris Rasmussen: Shut coffeemaker off. empty water tank. use a drop of dish soap on a wet
sponge and wipe out the inside of the tank and the screen at the bottom.
Rinse well. Do not dry the inside of the tank. Clean the water outlet on
the bottom of the coffeemaker. Fill the tank with fresh water. turn on
coffeemaker. run 3 cups without a k cup. If it doesn't take care of it,
Call keurig support.
rita procopio: I bet Its gonna be good
goullet86: Get to the point next time.
Val Kay: BOYCOTT THIS COMPANY . . . IT'S BEEN MORE THAN 2 MONTHS AND I STILL HAVEN'T
RECIEVED MY MONEY BACK AFTER PROMPTLY RETURNING THE NEW, UNOPENED BOX. . .
. THIS IS NO WAY TO TRAT YOUR CUSTOMERS
philmiller99: Yeah...maybe this is why so many of the pumps were going bad. Design flaw
keurigtroubleshoot: Excellent idea and I can see it’s helped a lot of people. I wonder if it is
related to a pump issue where insufficient pump pressure is being generated
to overcome the vacuum pressure you mention. But great video. Thanks.
Ltubie: Sir you are a GENIUS! I thought I broke it. My head would have rolled for
this! THANK YOU!!!
Royaldudeness666: did what you said in your video and it worked wonderfully!!! and to think
my friend was goin to throw it out but gave it to me!!
Myles Fitzgerald: Worked like a charm, I think your humble opinion should be listened to with
a keen ear
Shawna Routien: amazing! Worked like a Charm! I think Keurig should be sending you a little
compensation! Thanks so much for sharing!
Tracy Porter: for some reason your video keeps cutting off after 3 seconds. Please share
your secret to fixing your keurig. I am so sad mine isnt working anymore.
Its been sitting up a couple of months and I got it back out to use and it
wont take water from reservoir and after a while it will shut itself off.
Chris Rasmussen: Go to Keurig's channel and look for the video on what to do when the
"prime" is displayed.
Barbara Name: Very helpful. I for one appreciate all of the trouble shooting you did to
eliminate possible sources of the problem. I just followed your advice and
I'll hope for the best.
Richard Harrison: MY KEURIG WILL NOT TURN ON AT ALL.....CAN ANYONE TELL ME IF IT HAS A FUSE
THAT I CAN GET TO OR CHECK......CAN'T LIVE WITH OUT IT
Edmund Wootton: Thank you for a wonderful in depth explanation of the problem and its
solution. On a parallel note, a friend of mine bought a brand new
motorcycle some years ago, and on its first test ride the machine would
keep 'cutting out' for no reason. Removing the gas cap to check we had
enough fuel, and, realising we had, the machine could then be easily
started again. It turned out that polishing the motorcycle had left a
deposit of wax in the fuel tank vent hole, causing the same vacuum problem.
pupperdog1: Thanks for the video. I liked hearing about the various things you tried.
Ellary Dugdale: I'm a girl so I'm not very handy when it comes to fixing things. Loved the
explanation and lead in into the problem so that I could confirm I had the
same problem and that I had done all of the same things you had to try and
fix it first. Your suggestion worked!! I was ready to trash the thing and
get another one because I love mine too. Thanks for the time and effort you
hgodoy2: Thank you so much. This was my second Keurig with the same problem. I
followed the precise and simple instruccions and it worked!!!........I can
tell that you are good man..... Happy New Year and God Bless you, friends
vrvan16: It works! That is all.
cyberman9000: TRIED ALL THE RECOMMENDATIONS....and none of them worked....then after
blowing thru the tubes to make sure that I could blow thru it, I thought
about it....."priming" means pushing enough "liquid" into the system to get
it started, and after blowing air thru the tubes....it wasn't "primed", so
after blowing air thru the tubes, I sprayed some water into the tube, blew
it in until I heard the liquid coming out of the other end, and then put in
some more liquid, then tried it, and everything worked
knittingnickel9: Thanks! Going to give this a shot, tried it just now and it seemed to work!
I've been getting this "prime" message almost continually.
buckeyebandit6969: i ran clr through the system and after rinsing cleaned the water port. now
healinhand: Worked perfect.....
Sabrina Stovall: I didn't think of that....ill try this in the morning and hopefully it
Angelo Martucci: I tried this very same fix. It didn't work, I think there is something more
complicated going on here. Thanks anyway.
lithwack: Thanks very much. Good solution and clear explanation.
Dave Jennie Aud: you're right on! I was getting the prime warning every two or three cups.
since I removed the top, I have brewed dozens without an error message. My
next step is to drill several small holes in the reservoir cap. Thanks!
RustyBlade2000: Point of video and solution starts at 3:00. You're welcome.
rosiebud211: I have the same problem. It is like it died. Nothing on the screen, If you
figure it out let me know. We took the base off and it looks ok. haven't
been able to figure out how to get the top apart. There must be a pc board
in there. We've tried to get info from Keurig, but they don't respond.