Your Keurig should pump about 1 inch of water out of the tank in about 20 seconds. If its way slower or less than that, you have a clog. First, try running vinegar through your Keurig to descale it. If that does not work, here are 4 ways you can try to fix it.
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Step 1: Water Input Filter
Unscrew the metal screen from the bottom of the tank, clean with toothbrush and put it back.
Step 2: Bottom Needle
Take out the Pod cup, pop off the bottom and clean the needle with a paper clip.
Step 3: Top Needle
Lift lid and clean 3 holes in top needle with a paper clip.
Step 4: Top Elbow
Lift lid, remove screws, pull off cover, lift plastic ring, pull off tube, and clean out.