an expensive solution would be to get a full nitrogen setup: nitrogen tank and regulator.
this will allow you to seal with nitrogen pressure, which won't be easily dissolved into solution, and will also allow you to push the cider for bottling without co2, so you get even less carbonation.
what may be happening to you though is you may be racking too early, and the cider may still be fermenting in the keg.
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