Welcome to our repair guides section. You will find a growing choice of guides to help you with your Keurig brewer repair. The manuals, over time, will include both written instruction in an easy to follow step-by-step format, along with a video to help you through the process.
If there is a particular repair you would like guidance on, please let us know through our Contact Us page, and we can see what we can do.
An excellent place to start repairing your Keurig is to understand its significant components and the names of the different parts. Having a working knowledge of a Keurig brewer helps you realize what happens when it goes wrong and ensures you complete the correct repair.
One of the most challenging aspects of repairing one of these machines is removing the outer casing and gaining access to the internal components; like pumps and transformers. In a two-part series, this guide shows you how to do this WITHOUT damaging the outside casing through drilling, sawing, or other destructive means.
In this guide, we take you through the steps of replacing your Keurig’s air pump. It assumes you already have the outer casing off and have a replacement pump ready to install straight away. All you will need is a screwdriver and some time to get your brewer back to working order.
Leakage around the base of a Keurig brewer is often the result of a leak from the machine’s water pump. In this guide, we take you through the steps necessary to replace the water pump and all going well getting your Keurig back to making you great coffee. Like with all of our material, if you have any questions, do let us know.
We have a short guide that takes you through the inlet filter replacement process. You may require this repair due to leaking around the base, the blue light to the water reservoir no longer lights up, or there is damage to the filter, blocking the drawdown of water from the reservoir.
The replacement of the solenoid unit is similar to that of the air pump and often for the same reason – the key one being partial cups of coffee. This guide takes you through all the steps to get your Keurig back to working order. As the solenoid sits next to the air pump, replacing both, at the same time, may save future problems.
The Keurig not powering up or switching itself off during operation is often the result of a defective transformer. This guide takes you through the steps to replace the transformer and get you back to making great coffee. Once the outer casing is off, the detachment of the power unit is relatively straightforward and will offer your machine a new lease of life.
Sometimes, replacing the LCD and processing board is required to get your Keurig back into working order. If you can work through our guidance in removing the outer casing of the brewer, the LCD replacement is not difficult, and we can help with easy to follow steps.
If your brewer sometimes works when the handle is placed down and sometimes doesn’t, it might need a handle microswitch replacement to get it back into proper working order. This “how-to guide” sets out 12 easy to follow steps to get you through the repair. This repair only requires the top covering off rather than the whole outer casing.
The replacement of the handle on your Keurig is an easy repair and will take around 10 minutes or so. This 7 step guide will help you along the way with lots of photos and descriptions. You can always get in touch if you need more help.
With coffee grounds in your coffee cup or a larger than usual hole produced in the K Cup, replacing the entry needle might be just the thing. In this 12 step guide, we take you through each part of the process to help you along the way.
If you have to contact Keurig Customer Service, they generally require your brewer’s serial number. This short guide shows you how to find it on your brewer, saving you the hassle when on the phone.
A quick solution to getting the air pump back to life is a slap on the side of the brewer. This guide takes you through 5 easy steps to try. This approach doesn’t work for everyone’s Keurig problem, but it can help and is worth trying.
Although it’s pretty straightforward, we thought a short 5 step guide to installing the water filter might be helpful. With photos and an easy to follow approach, we hope you find this material of help. Always best to replace the filter every two months and never let it dry out.