If your Keurig won’t turn on, don’t worry – you’re not alone. This is a common problem that many people experience with their Keurigs. In this blog post, we’ll explain why your Keurig might not be turning on, and we’ll provide some tips to help you troubleshoot the issue. We hope this information helps you get your Keurig up and running again!
Table of Contents
- What is Keurig?
- Why won’t my Keurig turn on?
- How to turn on Keurig
- How to fix Keurig not turning on
- Keurig Customer Service
- What to do if Keurig does still not turn on after that
- How to descale The Keurig
- How to clean a Keurig
- Is there a reset button on my Keurig?
- How do I know if my K-Cup is inserted properly?
- How do I force my Keurig to reboot?
- What causes a Keurig to stop working?
- How long should a Keurig last?
- Does a Keurig have a fuse?
- Why is my Keurig not working after descaling?
- What do I do if my Keurig won’t pump water?
- Does Keurig have a lifetime warranty?
- What should I do if my Keurig leaks water?
- How do you turn on a Keurig without the power button?
- Can a Keurig overheat?
- Is there a way to fix my keurig not turning on without taking it apart?
- My Keurig won’t turn on and the power light is flashing. What does this mean?
- How often should I descale my brewer?
What is Keurig?
Keurig is a coffee brewing system that allows you to make single cups of coffee such as single-cup coffees, teas, and other beverages. The Keurig machine uses special K-cups, which are small packets of coffee grounds that are sealed in a filter. It’s a popular choice for many coffee drinkers because it’s quick and easy to use.
To use the Keurig, you simply insert a K-cup into the machine and add water. The Keurig will then heat the water and brew your coffee.
Why won’t my Keurig turn on?
There are a few reasons why your Keurig might not be turning on. Here are some of the most common reasons:
– The power cord is not plugged in: This seems like an obvious one, but it’s worth checking first. Make sure that the power cord is plugged into an outlet and that the machine is turned on.
– The machine is not getting power: If the power cord is plugged in and the machine still won’t turn on, there may be an issue with the power supply. Try plugging the Keurig into a different outlet to see if that makes a difference.
– There is a problem with the heating element: The Keurig has a heating element that heats up the water for brewing. If this element is not working, the machine will not turn on.
– There is a problem with the control board: The control board controls all the functions of the machine. If there is a problem with the control board, Keurig won’t turn on.
How to turn on Keurig
Plugin your Keurig into an outlet using the power cord that comes with it.
Once plugged in, locate the power button on your Keurig machine and press it.
Lift the handle on the top of your Keurig and place a mug underneath the coffee dispenser.
Open the Keurig’s water reservoir lid and pour in fresh cold water until it reaches the “Max Fill” line. The water reservoir is located on the back of most Keurig machines.
Close the water reservoir lid.
Select your favorite K-Cup pod and insert it into the top of your Keurig machine.
Press down on the top of your Keurig machine to puncture the top of the K-Cup pod.
Place your mug under the coffee dispenser and press the brew button.
How to fix Keurig not turning on
If your Keurig won’t turn on, there are a few things that you can do to troubleshoot the issue.
1. Check The Power Cord
Is the power cord plugged in? This seems like an obvious one, but it’s worth checking first. Make sure that the power cord is plugged into an outlet and that the machine is turned on. An old power cord might be the issue, so you can try replacing it with a new one.
2. Check The Power Supply
If the power cord is plugged in and the machine still won’t turn on, there may be an issue with the power supply. Try plugging the Keurig into a different outlet to see if that makes a difference. If you’re using an extension cord, make sure that it’s working properly and that it’s not overloaded.
3. Check The Heating Element
The Keurig has a heating element that heats up the water for brewing. If this element is not working, the machine will not power on.. You can check whether the heating element is working by opening up the machine and testing it with a multimeter.
4. Check the switch
There is a switch located on the control board that turns on the power to the heating element. If there’s a switch on your power cord, make sure that it’s turned to the “on” position. If a switch fails to activate, it’s likely that the connection has failed or that the switch itself is faulty.
This switch can sometimes become stuck in the “off” position, which will prevent the machine from turning on. You can check this switch by opening up the machine and testing it with a multimeter.
5. Check For Clogs
Clogs are a common problem with Keurigs. To check for clogs, remove the water reservoir and look for any obstructions in the water line. If you see an obstruction, try to remove it with a paper clip or something similar.
6. Check the thermostat
Your Keurig has a thermostat that monitors the water’s temperature. A broken thermostat can also cause your Keurig brewer to not turn on, even if the thermal fuses aren’t burned out.
7. Check The Control Board
The control board is the “brain” of the Keurig -The device sends electronic signals to various components in the Keurig, organizing how it will operate. If there is a problem with the control board, the machine will not start. A multimeter can be used to verify it.
8. Reset The Machine
If you’ve tried all of the above and your Keurig still won’t turn on, you might need to reset the machine. To do this, unplug the Keurig from the outlet and then plug it back in. Once it’s plugged in, press and hold the power button for 30 seconds. After 30 seconds have passed, release the power button and then press it again to turn on the machine.
Keurig Customer Service
If you’re still having trouble with your Keurig, we recommend contacting Keurig customer service for further assistance. You can reach Keurig customer service by phone at 1-866-901-2739 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What to do if Keurig does still not turn on after that
Keurig not working after a power outage
If your Keurig was plugged in during a power outage, there may be a problem with the fuse box. The fuse box is responsible for protecting the Keurig from power surges. If you didn’t turn off the fuses to OFF or SAFETY, your Keurig may have had a power surge when the electricity came back on. The fuse is blown, and the Keurig will not turn on.
To check if the fuse is blown, remove the water reservoir and look for a small hole near the bottom of the reservoir. Place your finger over the hole and have someone else press the brew button. If you feel a click, then the fuse is not blown. If you don’t feel anything, then the fuse is blown and will need to be replaced.
Keurig not working after cleaning
If the machine shut off during the cleaning cycle, it is possible that the thermal fuse tripped. This can happen if the machine was not properly descaled prior to cleaning. The thermal fuse is a safety feature that protects the Keurig from overheating. If the fuse has tripped, it will need to be replaced.
The K-Supreme models are known for this. The problem is that the machine was dropped. After it was discovered, I realized that the switch had been incorrectly reset. But it’s not easy. Therefore, speak to Keurig customer service before attempting this repair, particularly if your machine is still under warranty.
Keurig not working after water filter replacement
If your Keurig is still not working after replacing the water filter, there may be a problem with the water pump. The water pump is responsible for pumping water from the reservoir to the brewing chamber. If the pump is not working properly, the Keurig will not brew.
The water pump can be checked by taking out the removable water reservoir. With the removed reservoir, locate a small hole close to its base. Cover the opening of the hole with your finger then ask someone else to press brew. If there’s suction, it means that indeed, the pump is working as intended; otherwise, if you don’t feel anything, then unfortunately, the pump isn’t operational and will have to be changed.
Clean The K-Cup Holder
If your Keurig is still not working, the next step is to check the K-cup. Make sure that the K-cup is inserted correctly and that there is no damage to the cup. If the K-cup is damaged, it will need to be replaced.
You can also clean the K-cup holder to remove any built-up coffee grounds or residue. To clean the K-cup holder, remove it from the Keurig and rinse it with warm water. You can also use mild soap if needed. Once the K-cup holder is clean, reattach it to the Keurig and try again.
How to descale The Keurig
Descaling is an important process that removes built-up minerals from the coffee maker. This helps to prolong the life of the machine and keep it running smoothly. Descaling also improves the taste of your coffee.
There are a few different ways that you can descale your Keurig:
1. Use a descaling solution
Using a descaling solution is the most effective way to descale your Keurig. Descaling solutions are specifically designed to remove built-up minerals and they will not damage your coffee maker.
To use a descaling solution, simply follow the instructions on the package. Most descaling solutions require you to add the solution to the water reservoir and then run a brew cycle. After the brew cycle is complete, empty the water reservoir and rinse it out with fresh, cold water.
2. Use white vinegar
White vinegar is a natural way to descale your Keurig. Fill the water reservoir with a 50/50 mixture of water and vinegar. Run the cycle until it’s empty, then fill it up again with fresh water to rinse out the vinegar.
3. Use lemon juice
Lemon juice is another natural way to descale your Keurig. Fill the water reservoir with half water and half lemon juice, and run the cycle until it’s empty. Then, fill the reservoir with fresh water and run the cycle again to rinse out the lemon juice.
4. Use a descaling kit
There are descaling kits available that come with everything you need to descale your Keurig. Follow the instructions included with the kit to descale your machine.
How to clean a Keurig
If your Keurig is not working properly, it may need to be cleaned. Depending on how often you use your machine, you should clean it every few months. To clean your Keurig, follow these steps:
1. Remove and empty the water reservoir.
2. Unplug the machine and remove the K-Cup holder.
3. Wash the water reservoir and K-Cup holder with warm, soapy water.
4. Rinse the parts well and allow them to air dry.
5. Descale The Keurig according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
6. Reassemble the machine and plug it in.
7. Run a brew cycle without a K-Cup to clean out the machine.
8. Enjoy your freshly cleaned Keurig!
Read More: How to clean a Keurig without vinegar
If your Keurig won’t turn on, there are a few possible explanations. The most common cause is that the machine is unplugged or that the water reservoir is empty. Other possible causes include a problem with the power cord or outlet, an issue with the Keurig itself, or a need for descaling. To clean your Keurig, follow the steps outlined above. With a little troubleshooting, you should be able to get your Keurig up and running in no time. Thanks for reading!
Yes, there is a reset button on the back of the Keurig models. Pressing this button will reset the machine and may fix the problem.
How do I know if my K-Cup is inserted properly?
The K-Cup should be inserted with the label facing up. You should also hear it click when it’s in place.
How do I force my Keurig to reboot?
If your Keurig won’t turn on, you can try unplugging it and then plugging it back in. This will reset the machine and may fix the problem.
What causes a Keurig to stop working?
There are a number of possible causes, including a clog, an empty water reservoir, or a problem with the power cord or outlet.
How long should a Keurig last?
With proper care and maintenance, a Keurig should last for several years.
Does a Keurig have a fuse?
Yes, a Keurig has a fuse. If the fuse is blown, the Keurig will not turn on.
Why is my Keurig not working after descaling?
Descaling is a process that removes built-up calcium and other minerals from the machine. After descaling, it’s important to rinse the machine thoroughly with fresh water. If you don’t do this, the Keurig may not work properly.
What do I do if my Keurig won’t pump water?
If your Keurig won’t pump water, the first thing to do is check the water reservoir. Make sure that it’s filled with fresh, cold water. If it is, then the problem may be with the pump itself. You’ll need to contact Keurig for service if this is the case.
Does Keurig have a lifetime warranty?
No, Keurig does not have a lifetime warranty. However, they do offer a 1-year limited warranty on their machines.
What should I do if my Keurig leaks water?
If your Keurig leaks water, the first thing to check is the water reservoir. Make sure that it’s filled to the correct level. If it is, then the problem may be with the seals or gaskets. You’ll need to contact Keurig for service if this is the case.
If the power button is not working, you can try unplugging the machine and then plugging it back in. This will reset the machine and may fix the problem.
Can a Keurig overheat?
If your Keurig is overheated, the first thing to do is turn it off and unplug it. Let it cool down for at least 30 minutes before plugging it back in and turning it on. If the problem persists, you’ll need to contact Keurig for service.
Is there a way to fix my keurig not turning on without taking it apart?
There is not a way to fix a Keurig without taking it apart. If your Keurig won’t turn on, you’ll need to contact Keurig for service.
My Keurig won’t turn on and the power light is flashing. What does this mean?
If the power light is flashing, it means that there is a problem with the machine. You’ll need to contact Keurig for service if this is the case.
How often should I descale my brewer?
The frequency with which you descale your brewer will vary based on the water type in your area, how often you use your brewer, and whether or not you have a water filtration system connected to your Brewer. As a guide, we recommend that you descale every 3-6 months