Why did my Keurig 2.0 stop whooshing?
I can't think of anything except that the water evaporates and finishes its water transfer cycle before all the water has a chance to go out of the coffee maker. This is most likely due to a faulty water evaporation and transfer process due to using the machine a lot. It sounds like the machine needs to be repaired. It would probably be cheaper, though, to get a new one. You can get new ones at Target for like $60.00 probably. Hope this helped. Max
Fixed it ~ did a couple of things. First I unplugged it, let it cool down then turned it upside down over the sink and gave it a couple love taps to dislodge any gunk (a tip I picked up from housewifehowtos.com), nothing came out but it may have shifted some stuff around. Then I ran a safety pin through the orifice in the top needle. Ran an 8 oz. hot water cycle and got some gurgle at end-of-cycle, then tried a coffee pod 12 oz cycle, and it worked as normal. The water was fully extracted from the pod, the output volume was spot-on and the coffee was just right. Yay me!
Just buy a brand new Keurig