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Old 02-01-2009, 05:21 PM   #1
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Last weekend, I assembled my kegerator. My old set up was CO2 tank, single regulator, 1 keg, picnic tap. My new set up is CO2 tank, dual regulator, 2 kegs, SS tower with Perlicks (sweet!).

Unfortunately, I have a leak. I have sprayed Star San solution on every air connection (tank-regulator, regulator-airline, airline-connector, connector-keg) and also around the top of the keg. No bubbles anywhere. Ugh! Visually, there is nothing clearly amiss. Audibly, I cannot here a leak. The leak is fairly quick, draining a CO2 tank in under a week.

Ideas on how to proceed from here? It's killing me not to enjoy the new kegerator and the new recently kegged Golden Ale.


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Old 02-01-2009, 05:34 PM   #2
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Check with your local gas dealer. They make a leak detection compound that is a lot better than starsan for finding little leaks. You'll find it.

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