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标题:

k-cup rim opens up during brewing

文本:

I have trouble with my k-cup spitting grounds inside the machine where the k-cup sits during brewing.

I don't believe the problem is the puncture needles or the top gasket. I have cleaned and checked both of these, many times, and the needles seems to be puncturing normally. I think the problem is the k-cup ITSELF.

I have observed that, in about 2-3 out of every 5 cups, the top rim of the k-cup actually separates... so, the leakage is not coming from the needle hole area. The leakage is coming from the edge of the k-cup. It is as if there is too much pressure INSIDE the k-cup during brewing, which forces the top covering of the k-cup, causing it to separate from the plastic cup.

设备:

Keurig K-Cups

状态:

open

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编辑: Dan ,

标题:

k-cup rim opens up during brewing

文本:

I have trouble with my k-cup spitting grounds inside the machine where the k-cup sits during brewing.

I don't believe the problem is the puncture needles or the top gasket. I have cleaned and checked both of these, many times, and the needles seems to be puncturing normally. I think the problem is the k-cup ITSELF.

I have observed that, in about 2-3 out of every 5 cups, the top rim of the k-cup actually separates... so, the leakage is not coming from the needle hole area. The leakage is coming from the edge of the k-cup. It is as if there is too much pressure INSIDE the k-cup during brewing, which forces the top covering of the k-cup, causing it to separate from the plastic cup.

设备:

Keurig 2.0K-Cups
Keurig 2.0K-Cups

状态:

open

原帖由: Laurie ,

标题:

k-cup rim opens up during brewing

文本:

I have trouble with my k-cup spitting grounds inside the machine where the k-cup sits during brewing.

I don't believe the problem is the puncture needles or the top gasket. I have cleaned and checked both of these, many times, and the needles seems to be puncturing normally. I think the problem is the k-cup ITSELF.

I have observed that, in about 2-3 out of every 5 cups, the top rim of the k-cup actually separates... so, the leakage is not coming from the needle hole area. The leakage is coming from the edge of the k-cup. It is as if there is too much pressure INSIDE the k-cup during brewing, which forces the top covering of the k-cup, causing it to separate from the plastic cup.

设备:

Keurig 2.0

状态:

open