Sep 10, 2019 by fenton

Q: How is the carbon dioxide conveyed into the system? That is, what type of fitting is there that the CO2 tank must attach to. I am assuming I can use the 25 lb tank I have now. provided I plumb in the appropriate fitting. Is this correct?

A: There is a grommet on the back of the kegerator to accept your gas line. With a 25 lb tank you will not be able to store the tank on the kegerator, so it will need to sit on the ground. The kegerator does not come with any lines or fittings allowing you to set it up to meet your needs. Our complete tower kits come with the lines, but the fittings are sold separately.

Sep 02, 2019 by fenton

Q: Are the faucet intertap and faucet flow control both required for each tap, or are they options which substitute for one another. If the latter, what is the difference between them?

A: Only one faucet is required for each tap, the Intertap Stainless Faucet (item P76) or the Intertap Flow Control Faucet (item L04). The P76 faucet is fine for most home brew uses, while customers who dispense commercial kegs find the L04 Flow Control can be useful, as excess foaming caused by a higher carbonation keg can be throttled down with the L04 flow control faucet.

Aug 02, 2019 by Bill

Q: What kind of a window does the shipper give as to delivery time? I can have a couple of guys help me unload the kegerator from the truck and take it inside. However, I can't have them sitting around all day waiting for the truck.

A: It depends, the Kegerator once removed from the pallet weighs 92 pounds in its box. If you have a hand truck, it is easy to move with one person once it is unstrapped from the pallet and eased off the truck. Generally, delivery windows are about 4 hours wide.

Jul 11, 2019 by steve

Q: as shown on the instructional video gas and liquid were connected with duotite connectors. are these connectors included with the purchase.

A: No, Duotight splitters are included, but the shanks in the tower have hose barbs that need to have tubing pressed over the barbs.

Jul 09, 2019 by Brent

Q: My kegerator is forming a lot of ice on the inside back wall. Do you have any suggestions as how to keep this from happening?

A: It sounds like you might be a humid climate. Every time you open the door, humid air enters which turns into frost on the back cooling panel. The solution is to turn the unit off for 24 hours once in a while and let the ice melt and the inside dry out before turning on again.

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