February 6, 2013

Mr Coffee Keurig K-Cup Brewer Recall


Alan C. has written in to tell us Mr Coffee has launched a Recall web site In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and Health Canada. Why has there been a recall of this brewer?

Jarden Consumer Solutions and Mr Coffee are announcing a voluntary recall for the Mr Coffee Single Cup Brewing System, Model BVMC-KG1 series. We have received reports that a build-up of steam can force the brewing chamber to open and expel hot coffee grounds and water, posing a burn hazard. Please note this recall is limited to the Mr. Coffee Single Cup Brewing System, Model BVMC-KG1 series in the United States and Canada.

To see if you're eligible visit the qualification site and enter in your brewer's info.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at February 6, 2013 5:52 AM
Recent Comments

About 5 months ago, we sent in the plug from our Mr. Coffee Keurig as per your recall. We have not heard anything from your company, and we are sitting on 2 80 pod boxes of Keurig coffee. What's going on? Are you going to send us our
Mr. Coffee Keurig maker? Please let us know what is going on with this recall.

Posted by: david boe at June 9, 2013 8:05 PM

I received a Mr Coffee Keurig coffeemaker for Christmas. It was not used on a daily basis. It has quit brewing. It jumps from heat to brewing and I get nothing. I checked with the recall web site and it said my brewer was not covered under the recall. I have one ending in kg5 and they are only honoring the one that end in kg1. What do I do to recover?

Posted by: alison thompson at April 24, 2013 12:21 PM

I have one, and its part of the recall. They send you a package to send back the cord, then you need to wait an additional 2-3 weeks for the replacement. Too bad they do not allow you to put a deposit down or something in order to get the replacement machine first then send back the cord. Expect to be without single serv coffee for 4-6 weeks.

So, I am looking to upgrade to a bigger machine and then sell this new unit once I receive it.

Very disappointing on how they are handling this recall.

Posted by: Jeff Talbert at February 18, 2013 9:46 PM
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