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Old 11-05-2007, 02:04 PM   #1
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Does anyone know about a kegerator made by True? There is someone near me selling the True TDD-1. He siad he got it used but he thinks its about 3 years old. Does anyone have any idea if this is a good kegerator and how many corneys it will hold? Thanks.

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Old 11-05-2007, 02:58 PM   #2
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My True is a TDD-3CT. CT stands for club top, the 3 means it holds 3 half barrels of beer. So, a TDD-1 would hold one half barrel, no club top.

Go to the True website:
http://www.truemfg.com/Corporate/CorporateHome.asp
They have a seriel number inquirey that you can put the SN and find out how old it is. They should also have specs on it

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Thanks, I just looked and its actually 11 years old!!!! Do you think that it will still work pretty well?

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Mine is 10 years old, still crankin'

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Thanks, I just looked and its actually 11 years old!!!! Do you think that it will still work pretty well?
Mine is about the same age - the only problem I have is the Evaporator cover/drain has rusted out so the condensation doesn't completelt go into the drip pan under the unit.
I looked into getting a replacement part but I refuse to pay $242 for a piece of sheet metal so I am repairing it myself.
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