How to Start Keurig K-MINI for Your First Cup?

Oct 3, 2022 0 comments

Quick Start:

  • Fill a 6-12oz mug with filtered water.
  • Next, lift the water well lid.
  • Pour the water from your mug into the well, be sure that you are using no more than 10 ounces of water. This will be easy to determine with the convenient levels marked right in the well of the unit.
  • Lift the Keurig® handle. When you do this, you will hear the water drain into the heating mechanism. 
  • Insert the K-Cup® pod of your choice.
  • Lower the handle to puncture the K-Cup® pod lid.
  • Press brew (the button should illuminate red).


1.Fill & Place Mug

Add desired amount of water into a mug (60z minimum, 120z maximum). Lift the water reservoir lid and pour the water into the reservoir. Do not fill past the MAX or below the MIN fill lines. Lower the lid and place your mug on the drip tray.

2.Lift & Place Pod

Lift the handle. Place a K-Cup® pod in the K-Cup® pod holder. Lower the handle completely to close the lid. The brew indicator light will flash to indicate that the brewer is ready. Do not remove the foil lid on the K-Cup pod.

High Altitude Brewing: While holding the brewer handle up, push down slowly on the K-Cup pod in the pod holder until the bottom of the K-Cup pod is punctured by the exit needle.

Brewer Features
Auto Off: Automatically tums your brewer off 90 seconds after the last brew for energy savings.
Cord Storage: Makes transporting your brewer convenient and keeps countertops tidy.

Travel Mug Friendly: Remove the drip tray to accomodate a travel mug.

3. Brew & Enjoy!

Press the brew button. The brew indicator light will illuminate solid. then begin to pulse while the brewer is heating. After about 2 minutes, the brew indicator light will illuminate solid again and the beverage will begin to dispense. Brewing is complete when the brew indicator light is no longer illuminated. When complete, lift the handle and dispose of the used K-Cup pod.

CAUTION: Whie brewing, there is extremely hot water in the K-Cup® pod holder. To avoid injury, do rot lft the handle during the brewing process

Source: Keurig K-MINI Instructions

The Most Common Keurig Error Codes

  • 2: Please Wait A Few Minutes And Then Try Brewing Again
  • 8: Please Unplug And Replug Brewer
  • 11: Please Add Water
  • 17: Overpressure Detected


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