Keurig Replacement Parts – A Comprehensive Listing

Your complete Keurig parts guide …

We have had a few emails from readers wanting to know about new or used Keurig replacement parts. This page lists and reviews a number of the most common parts that will help to solve Keurig brewer problems. If you are unsure if you need a part or haven’t listed something you are looking for, get in touch by clicking here or using the Contact Us section on the right side, and we will try and help the best we can.

Please do note that some parts, such as air pumps or transformers, do need a certain level of experience in replacing them and will void any warranty you have with a shop or Keurig Mountain Coffee Inc. However, if you are stuck with the two options of either throwing your Keurig out or attempting a repair, spending a few dollars on the repair, not hundreds on a new brewer, may well be your best option.

XROM Professional Descaling Kit Compatible



  • Safer and better results for your brewer compared to using vinegar


We buy this product through and have found it excellent for descaling our different brands of coffee machines.

So we now recommend to all of our readers to use this type of descaling product and not the traditional vinegar descaling process; however, we still have a guide you can follow for the descaling with vinegar, and you can find that here. Regular descaling is one step in preventing troubleshooting problems and avoid having to find Keurig replacement parts.


At the time of writing, the kit costs $11.95 from

Keurig Brewer Care Kit


  • Includes 14 oz (0.4 L) descaling solution and a twin pack of water filter cartridge refills; and
  • This pack will work will all Keurig brewers except the K10.


We were pleased to see that Keurig released their cleaning product a while back, and it’s a good buy. Once we have used up our supply of Bosch tablets, we’ll be trying this pack ourselves to see what it is like.

Running a descale through the machine and replacing the water filters are the two best things one can do to make sure the brewer stays in good working order. It certainly won’t guarantee the brewer won’t break down, but it does give you a fighting chance.

We would be interested to hear from any readers who have tried this product and what they thought (so we can share with others).


If purchased through, at the time of writing, the pack was selling for $24.99.

Keurig LCD and Board

Photo of our B60 logic board and LCD on a glass table


  • Replaces the micro processor, LCD and cup size selection micro switches
  • Make sure you buy for your correct model (photo shown is for B60)


Once you remove the main outer casing from your Keurig, a new LCD and microprocessing board are a straightforward enough repair. The board is secured in plastic housing and is attached to the main power board and air pressure system.

The particular types of repairs that might require a board replacement are where you have no success in getting the brewer to choose the correct cup size, the LCD screen fails or is damaged, or the top assembly suffers water damage, and the board gets wet.

Price: is the best source of LCD spares we have found so far. The price does vary, and they tend to be second-hand rather than brand new. However, we have found no problems if the seller has good feedback and stated its previous working condition. Full LCD and board tend to sell between $10 to $20.

Keurig Water Pump

Photo of a water pump to fir a B60 brewer


  • 12v DC motor
  • 720 mA
  • Suitable for all K-Cup brewers, including B40, B50, B60 and B70


A new water pump is necessary when the current pump is under strain or has failed. You can tell the pump has problems when the brewer isn’t drawing much water from the reservoir into the boiler unit. As the pump isn’t feeling well, it may be making some strange noises too. The noises generally come from the pump, suggesting it is restricted in movement by limescale or rust buildup inside. The buildups can be the result of water leakage inside the brewer, generally from a nearby solenoid. The solenoids will often develop leaks around their sealed ends or their connection into the brewer’s tubing.

A new pump does involve some significant repair work to a brewer, first removing the outer casing. We have videos that can help with this process, and you can access these from our video maintenance section.


The best source we have found for the water pumps is Depending on whether new or used, they vary in price and how much tubing comes with it. But at the time of writing (November 2014), they start at around £13.00.

Keurig Entry Needle Housing

Keurig Entry Needle


  • Keurig entry needle
  • Works on models B40 B60 B70 B77 and B79


If your Keurig is making a larger than usual hole on the top of the K-cup or appears to be loose or damaged, then a new entry needle may be what you require. The entry needle forms part of the tubing system that brings the boiled water from the unit’s boiler into the K-cup and finally into your coffee cup. If the needle is loose or has become blunt (which is unusual but can happen), it can create a more significant hole in the top of the K-Cup. This, in turn, can mean coffee grounds in the coffee cup or an absolute mess from the pressurized water not being properly directed.

The substitution of the entry needle and tubing unit is covered as part of our video maintenance series. You can view the video, which is the “Removing the Casing Off a Keurig | Part 2 of 2 “, over on our Keurig Maintenance Videos | Explaining The How-To page.


Available from with prices starting as low as $8.99.

Keurig Water Reservoir Tank


  • Compatible with the B40, B41, B44, B45, B50, K40, K45 Brewing Classic Systems – 48 oz


As strong as these water reservoir tanks are, sometimes they do become damaged through being dropped during cleaning, or someone in the family decides that steel wool will give a proper clean – we have seen it all. So whether you need a new tank because the original is leaking or it just looks bad now, a new tank is what you might be after. Oh, we even heard from one poor reader who had a family member put milk through their Keurig B60. It made a right mess, and part of the repair would have been a water reservoir.

If you haven’t used one before, you might also want to consider using a water filter with a new reservoir. They help improve the water quality used in making your favorite coffee, and we have found this is one of the most significant variables in making a great-tasting cup of coffee.

As a word of note here, if you are buying a new reservoir because you think it’s not working correctly with measuring the water level, check out our article here that looked at this very issue for a reader. Ensuring the magnet is free from any impediment is crucial, enabling the brewer to measure the water sitting in the reservoir. You can check out this article by going to our Your Keurig Questions and Answers page and scrolling down to problem No. 1 B40 Stopped Working and our response to Sam.


Available from for $24.95.

Keurig Water Filter Assembly and Refills


  • Comes with one water filer dispensing unit and  two filter refills
  • Instructions are included.
  • Fits all Keurig K-Cup brewers, from B40 through to B75 (of course except the Keurig Mini’s as they can’t take a water filter unit).


Filtering your water for your favorite coffee can make a real difference to the taste. For those blessed with fresh and clean water, this unit is probably not required. But if you are like us, filtering the water helps improve the taste we can achieve for our Keurig brewed coffee.

Two water filters are included in this pack, and you can use them in almost the whole range of Keurig K-Cup brewers (check to make sure your model is covered).

If you would like any help installing the water filter, we have a short section on this under our Problem With Your Keurig Coffee Brewer. The three main points from the section are: make sure you soak the filter refill in clean cold water before being used; ensure the filter assembly is gently and yet firmly placed inside the water reservoir; and set the date on the assembly – typically two months.


Available from for only $20.99.

K-Cup Holder 2.0 Series


  • Works with all Keurig 2.0 K-Cup Brewers.


This K-Cup holder from Cuisinart will replace your existing one if it becomes damaged. Technically there are two parts to this product. The first is what Keurig calls the portion pack holder, so as the name suggests, this is where the K Cup sits in your brewer. The second section is what they call the funnel, and this is what guides the coffee from the k cup to your coffee cup—the exit needle sets in the top part of the portion pack holder.

The K Cup Holder shouldn’t ever need replacing unless it becomes damaged – for example, it gets dropped or cracked somehow. So don’t rush out and buy this hoping to fix a Keurig problem unless there is evidence of some damage. Sometimes the exit needle might be a problem. For example, if your brewer is producing only a partial cup or there seem to be coffee grinds in your cup, a clogged exit needle could be the issue (and it’s an easy and quick thing to check before spending any money). We go through the proper cleaning on our page titled Cleaning Your Keurig Coffee Maker.

Also, please note, do try giving Keurig a call first before buying one of these. They will often send you a new one for FREE. So it’s worth a few minutes of your time using their toll-free number. Click over to our Keurig Registration page for the full contact details of their customer service team.

Price: has the holder available for only $20.99.

Keurig B60 B65 Drip Tray and Cover


  • Compatible with Keurig B60 and B65 brewers.


If the drip tray on your B60 or B65 has been broken, replacements are available. Check your machine’s model number by looking underneath on the bottom of the base plate for details.


Various items and prices are available from, with the lowest price around $12.00.

Cup Holder – Classic Series


  • Compatible with Keurig K10, K15 K40, K45, K50, K60, K65, K70, K75, K77, K79


See above regarding a free replacement from Keurig rather than buying a replacement.


However, if you can’t get a replacement from Keurig themselves, has the holder for the classic models available for only $9.99.

Keurig Mini Air Pump

Keurig Mini Air Pump


  • Keurig Mini Pump
  • Replaces the air pump is most Keurig models


This air pump will fit the Keurig B30, 31, 40, 60, and 70 models. Because of their differences in size, on the larger models, the wires to the air pump may need to be spliced to be attached to their electric power supplies. But if you are doing this repair already, then this won’t be a problem. With that in mind, you should only attempt this repair if you have experience dealing with electric components. You will need to take off the main panels to your Keurig to access the air pump, which generally sits down near the bottom of the unit.

Keurig uses this mini air pump in all models up to the VUE units, including the B30 B31, B40 B60 B70, etc. Depending on the unit they are out of, these may have slightly different wire lengths. Some customers splice the power wires, and some route it a different path depending on your unit.


A good selection is available from, with prices starting at $12.95.

Keurig Intake Tubing



  • New intake tubing for your Keurig
  • For models B70 B77 and B75
  • Replaces the hose, gasket, and screen filter from the bottom of tank to the pump


If your Keurig has a leak coming from around its base, perhaps through the metal base plate, then it may have a problem with its intake tubing – which forms part of the water pump system in most Keurig machines. If this is the situation you are facing, then replacing its intake tubing may fix this problem and have you back in the business of making coffee again – rather than cleaning up leaks!

The substitution of this part is tricky but at least does not require removing the Keurig’s outer casing. If you would like some advice on what is needed for this repair, check out our maintenance video section, particularly the video titled Removing the Casing Off A Keurig | Part 1 of 2.


From for around $20.00.

Keurig Solenoid

Keurig Solenoid


  • Keurig Solenoid
  • Fits all models
  • Includes power connection at the end of the wires (check this still applies)


A leaking solenoid has to be one of the biggest problems for the Keurig brewer design. As we explained in our section, Problem With Your Keurig Coffee Brewer? The solenoid is designed to control and regulate the water pressure in your Keurig. However, it can leak around its sealed ends, and this leakage causes real problems for air and water pumps and power transformers that sit below them in most Keurigs.

Getting access to the solenoids is not easy. You need to be able to remove the panels from your Keurig and be able to have some understanding of the workings inside. However, if spending $20 and then some time to repair, this can be a real saving repair for your Keurig – rather than throwing the brewer out.


The solenoid is well priced at from as little as $8.95. Lots of choices, check as not all offerings come with wires attached.

Gasket Washer and Cap for Keurig Brewers – Does your Brewer Leak?

Photo of a parts replacement for the entry needle gasket


  • Stops leaking with many alternative K Cup solutions.
  • Works with all Keurig brewers


Although not a common problem, some of our readers have had problems with their Keurig’s gasket washer becoming worn or damaged, causing their machines to leak during the brewing process. This problem can generally be seen when there is leakage around the entry needle area as it is not providing a proper seal for the high-pressure hot water.


At the time of writing, the gasket is available from for only $5.95 (price checked June 13, 2020).

Keurig Power Cord

Keurig Replacement Power Cord


  • Keurig Power Cord Repair
  • OEM
  • Fits all models


As we mention below, we regard replacing a Keurig brewer transformer as a complicated process. Any electrical component needs to be carried out with caution and only if you have experience with this type of repair. The power chord is not a common cause of problems with Keurig brewers. Unless it gets caught in a door or the dog chews off the end, there isn’t much that can go wrong with them. However, if the dog did get hold of the end and gave it a good chew, $15 for a new cord will undoubtedly be cheaper than buying a whole new Keurig.


Available from for about $15.00.

Keurig B70 Power Transformer

Keurig B70 Power Transformer


  • Keurig B70 Power Transformer
  • OEM


Along with air and water pump failures, problems with a damaged power transformer has to be one of the most common problems we hear about from our readers. As we mentioned above, and in our article titled Problem With Your Keurig Coffee Brewer? Under the subheading of Brewer Will Not Power On, any leakage from one of the solenoid units in your Keurig can cause real problems for the transformer sitting below.

And this is the problem that we hear about the most when dealing with Keurig brewer power issues. As you will be taking the panels off your Keurig and dealing with wiring that will connect to the mains power, you should only undertake this repair if you have experience in this field. It’s not a quick or easy repair, so we would only recommend it if this is your last option to get your Keurig back into action.

Please do note for this transformer: it will also work on the B40 and B70 models; however, you may need to splice wires to ensure it can reach the circuit board.


The power transformer is available brand new from eBay for between $10 to $15.

Keurig B40 Circuit Board and Wiring

Keurig B40 Circuit Board and Wires


  • Keurig B40 Circuit Board and Wiring
  • Brand new OEM!


The replacement of any Keurig circuit board is an advanced level of repair. Keurig themselves don’t bother with this replacement, but instead, they find it more cost-effective to replace the whole unit.

However, if you have an old Keurig B40 Elite and a new circuit board will solve the problem, well, this option is undoubtedly cheaper than buying a whole new brewer.


Available from for about $15.

Keurig B70 Circuits and Wiring

Keurig B70 Circuits and Wiring


  • Keurig B70 Circuit Board and Wiring
  • OEM


As we mentioned for the B40 Keurig circuit board above, the B70 board and wiring unit requires quite an advanced level of technical knowledge, and it’s not a repair we recommend unless you, or a friend, have had experience with this type of thing before. At the same time, for around $30, this type of fix could be just what your B70 needs to bring it back to life. Any leakage onto the electronics or a power surge through the brewer will often damage the circuitry. The only options available are to either throw the unit out or go for the repair. And with a new B70 costing $150 or more, this $20 is money well spent.


Available from eBay for around $20.

Keurig Power Switch Replacement

B70 Power Swtich


  • Switches available for the various Keurig models.


The inclusion of this part in our listing came from an email from Denise where her B70 was faulty; it would sometimes work, and then other times wouldn’t.

With the outer casing removed (see our repair guide for this), the power switch is not difficult to repair with the switch connecting to the brewer’s main power control board.


You can purchase the switch from eBay, and it costs between $5 to $15.

{ 28 comments… add one }
  • John ,

    Is there an adjustment for the output, I have two buttons for cup size, and one is not enough the other is too much.

    • torquayau ,

      Hi John. Im not aware of any adjustment switch or button on Keurig’s that will change the portion of the cup size selected. Unfortunately you are stuck with the default sizes they come with. Cheers, Andrew

  • Hi there. Thanks for your question and sorry it’s taken us this long to reply. There is no fuse in the power supply nor plug (as European set-ups often have). At the moment we can’t locate the fuse for a normal Keurig (and we have been looking). So hopefully someone out there has an answer to this question as it might be a solution to some of the problems we see with these machines. Andrew

  • Hi Jim. Thanks for your question. If you would like to paste the link I could have a quick look to check. You are looking for a power source with: (RED) 120VAC 60Hz 0.1A and (BLUE) 14.5VAC 0.47A. If it has these properties the power source will work fine with your B60. Thanks, Andrew

  • Margaret Rudolf ,

    Is there a cup holder replacement part available for the K2.0 400 series? The exit needle has broken off the machine.

  • Peter ,

    Is there a replacement switch for my K150P Brewer that is plug in? Not one that requires wire cutting or soldering

    • Andrew Shephard ,

      Hi Peter. Unfortunately not; or at least we have never seen one. On all the Keurig’s we have looked at its always a wiring type replacement. I had a quick look at some other resources we use and nothing there either. Sorry we don’t have better news for you. Regards, Andrew

  • Carol Rushing-Carr ,

    A friend just gave me a K200 model and it is missing the cup holder such as the classic one you show on your site. Do you know how to find one to fit this model? Also, because I’ve never had a Keurig, is the K200 model the same as the K2.0 that I see listed places? Thanks so much for your help!!

  • Kevin Cook ,

    Where can I purchase a replacement for fresh grounds filter basket?

  • augie ,

    Hi Andrew, we received a used B150 & have used it in our office for several years. I was go through cleaning, plugged it back in & only heard a steady, click, click, click.

    The e-help is scarce; stating that leaving reservoir off & unit unplugged may work. It has not. These are expensive machines in our “throw away ” society, esp. for non-profits.

    There is nothing noted on your site dealing with this model or this issue that I’ve been been able to find.

    Any repair wisdom? Thanks. Peace.

    • Jonathan D Griggs ,

      Augie, I have 2 k150’s, both are making the clicking noise as soon as I turn them on. I disassembled 1 of them(not an easy task,I would find a video or step by step before attempting to wing it,a few parts were removed with a dremel lol). Here is what I found. There are 2 DC motors making the clicking noise. I’m positive 1 of them is the water pump. The other is likely the solenoid listed above on this page. **Disclaimer, my DC knowledge is very limited. No earth ground & polarity matters, that’s about the extent of it.** The voltage being supplied to the motors was less than 12v ( I think it was 7 or 9 VDC). I checked the AC voltage on the transformer( primary & secondary were good) and ac voltage going into the circuit board,also good. So, either I’m wrong about the DC motors ability to run at a lower voltage or its a bad board/DC power supply

  • Florence McGuire ,

    The needle that pokes the bottom of the cup has broken off.
    What part replaces that. I have Keurig K425 bought Dec. 2017

  • kathy driscoll ,

    can i buy a replacement needle for a 2.0, can’t find any other desination on it as to the series

  • rocky ,

    I am looking for a replacement for the reusable baskets, the little red plastic ring on the removable top. Is this a thing?

  • Diana Stark ,

    Do you have a replacement for the small soft silicone seal that goes in the spring mechanism of the K Supreme water pitcher?

  • Coleen A Helmick ,

    Needle that pokes bottom of pod has broken off need new Assembly..
    Where can I get one please?My maker is a 2.0

    • Noa ,

      My keurig k910. No power when connected outlet.
      Any suggested. Than you.

  • my keurig 2.0 started leaking water went it started to brew cup filled only half and the rest of water leak out of bottom. i fund a tee but speacial plastic tee that fall apart due to age and hot water passing thru it.. it connects to the top the cup holder to some kind of solenoid and final connection is to water heater. can i order this special tee.

  • Nora ,

    My keurig k910. No power when connected to outlet, the outlet has power and works well.
    I did a rescaling, then clean with fresh water. Then the brewer turn on then turned off,
    would not power on again.
    Any suggestion. Thank you.

  • Linda Jones ,

    I need the tube inside the filler reservoir for a model K140. The one that goes from unit to reservoir. Where can I find one.

  • Jim S. ,

    I’m looking
    For a transformer CAT NO LU57-19A21 for a K150P
    Pleeeease help !!

  • Craig Fitzsimmons ,

    I need the plastic arms that connect the pod holder to the head unit. They pop out easily and one broke

  • Kara Eshelman ,

    Need a micro switch for the cup size select that’s triggered by the lever being depressed on the lid. Has Defond 3A 125 VAC/ 6A 125 VAC – 1/3 HP with terminals labeled C/NO/NC.

  • Gregory Sherk ,

    Looking for the circuit board for my K-Duo Plus.

  • karen j chester ,

    i have a kuerig 2.0 and i want to make a pot of coffee with my own grounds. but i lost the part you put the grounds in. is it possible to order that

  • Steve Nordaune ,

    Need a part for a keurig k250. Could you return an email with a parts picture so I know what to ask for please. Thank you

  • Rich Hall ,

    I have Keurig Mini Plus that is six months out of warrantee. Power indicator started flashing on and off as the lid was raised and lowered, and had to push the start button while raising and lowering the lid to get the brewer to start. I disassembled the unit and found the electric ribbon cable that connects the upper and lower circuit boards had been crimped during assembly and one of the outside wires had separated. I cannot find a replacement cable, so looking for a used cable or K mini unit I can salvage the part from.

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