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Old 06-26-2013, 04:10 PM   #1
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I just moved this past weekend, the area in the basement i have placed my keg fridge has no power outlets currently. I disconnected my kegs and left the lines attached to the faucets/disconnects. Is this going to cause problems sitting warm for a while (like a couple of weeks) or do i need to flush them out ? Time is at a premium unpacking and im going to nhc tomorrow. Any thoughts are much appreciated.

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I just moved this past weekend, the area in the basement i have placed my keg fridge has no power outlets currently. I disconnected my kegs and left the lines attached to the faucets/disconnects. Is this going to cause problems sitting warm for a while (like a couple of weeks) or do i need to flush them out ? Time is at a premium unpacking and im going to nhc tomorrow. Any thoughts are much appreciated.
It's sealed, so I don't see any particularly bad things happening. I would think that upon your return it would be a good idea to give them a good cleaning.
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