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Old 12-20-2013, 05:27 PM   #1
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Has anyone tried one of these? I see numerous posts on the 500 model. But I don't really want to mess around with all the drying etc. I've got a 10 tap unit. And I would like to sit this on the hump then silicone a drain tube out the drain. I am surprised I can't find this in a search..

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Old 12-20-2013, 05:51 PM   #2
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Has anyone tried one of these? I see numerous posts on the 500 model. But I don't really want to mess around with all the drying etc. I've got a 10 tap unit. And I would like to sit this on the hump then silicone a drain tube out the drain. I am surprised I can't find this in a search..

Do it, and let us know how it works!

I looked at it on their site, and it looks as simple as you say,silicone a nipple on the tank, and install a hose.

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Not sure how humid it is up in Mi, but here i only have to heat up the 500 every 2-3 months to dry it...so its not really a hassle..with 10 taps your going to be opening you kegerator on a monthly basis at a minimum i'd wager...likely way more

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I have the 500 and it works really well. I dry it out about every two months but it doesn't get very humid here.

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Does this work better than damprid? Right now I have 3 small damprids in my keezer and they don't seem to do anything. I still have puddles on the floor.

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They work far better than damprid. I tried that stuff once.

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it seems like I always have moisture in that thing. It's too much of a pain to pull everything out and keep wiping it down. I keep mine out in the garage. I think as cheap as they are it's got to be worth a try. it is probably a quarter inch deep down at the bottom right now

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it seems like I always have moisture in that thing. It's too much of a pain to pull everything out and keep wiping it down. I keep mine out in the garage. I think as cheap as they are it's got to be worth a try. it is probably a quarter inch deep down at the bottom right now
Are you using the Eva dry?
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not yet.. kids toys are over powering keezer dryness at the moment.. I hope to buy it in the next week to give it a try.

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Going to order one on amazon soon but need to come up with $35 of stuff to get free shipping.

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