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Keurig K55 Single Serve Programmable K-Cup Pod Coffee Maker, Black reviewed by Skillet Director
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Keurig K55/K45 Elite Single Cup Home Brewing System
Keurig Patriot Blue K55 Single Serve Programmable K-Cup Pod Coffee Maker
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Keurig K55/K45 Elite Single Cup Home Brewing System (Black) reviewed by Skillet Director
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Keurig K55/K45 Elite Single Cup Home Brewing System
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Keurig K55 Single Serve Programmable K-Cup Pod Coffee Maker, Patriot Blue reviewed by Skillet Director
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Keurig Patriot Blue K55 Single Serve Programmable K-Cup Pod Coffee Maker
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Keurig K55 Single Serve Programmable K-Cup Pod Coffee Maker, Black reviewed by Skillet Director
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Keurig K55 Buyers’ Guide

How to descale a Keurig K55?

Your Keurig K55 coffee maker should be descaled every 3-6 months to remain in its best shape and performance ability. Make sure your Keurig brewer is turned off before you start this process. Empty the water reservoir and remove your water filter. Pour one entire bottle of Keurig descaling solution into the water reservoir and then pour an equal amount of fresh water. Then, turn your brewer on and put your cup onto the drip tray. Make sure your pod holder is empty, and run a cleansing brew using the largest size on your brewer. Dispose of the contents of the mug and repeat this until your brewer displays “add water’. Then let your brewer sit for half an hour while switched on. Once the 30 minutes is up, remove the reservoir, empty it, then rinse it. Repeat this process with only water at least 12 times.

How to drain a Keurig K55?

Start by making sure your Keurig K55 is turned off but must remain plugged into the socket. Place a large cup or mug onto the drip tray to catch any of the water that is going to be drained. Check the reservoir to see if there is any water inside. If there is, then empty all of it. Then, push and press down continuously on the BREW button. After a few seconds, the water should start to flow into the cup placed on the drip tray. Keep your finger on the brew button until you notice only air coming from the brewer spout. It is recommended that you do this before storing your brewer for a long time, as this will keep it in the best shape possible.

How to reset a Keurig K55?

If you notice issues with your Keurig K55, then you must perform a full reset of your coffee brewer. The issues can be consistent blinking lights when you have your coffee machine plugged in or the machine always brewing and pouring out the water when it is switched on. The resetting process is not hard at all and is fairly straightforward. Once you are done with your brewing, turn the machine off and unplug it from the socket. Leave it unplugged like this for 2-4 hours. Next, remove the water tank from its place. Let the brewer stand for an hour without the water reservoir attached to it. Place the water tank back onto its spot after an hour, plug the brewer into the socket and switch it on.

A product price updated on 2020-03-31 / Disclaimer: as an Amazon Associate a Skillet Director team earns from qualifying purchases.

Author: Mark Miller

I have graduated The Culinary Institute of America in 2013 and became a chef assistant in one of New York city restaurants. I began to move up the career ladder – just a few years later I've worked as a chef in a 4* restaurant.