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The easiest way to avoid regrets is to ask yourself this question, "If not now, when?" It's a powerful way to put life and our decisions about how we spend our time into perspective"
I can't believe that your newish Keriug died already. Ours died right after Christmas last year. I was kinda excited because I had seen a smaller one on sale that held the same amount of water but didn't take up so much counter space. I had cleaned the needle and done everything I could to mine it just didn't heat or come on. I had unplugged it when it went out and it was unplugged the rest of the day and that night. My daughter wasn't here when it went out and no one told her when she came home. She plugged it in the next morning, reset it, and it started working again. It's still working and I never did get that smaller profile one. I'm not a Keriug person, it tastes like bad instant coffee to me with a plastic-like aftertaste but the rest of the family loves it. Even the grandkids make cappuccinos and other things in it. I hope that you get yours to working or get another one to replace it soon. Try cleaning the needle with that little tool that comes with it then leaving it unplugged overnight and plugging it back in and setting it up to go and see if that helps.