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Old 09-13-2011, 04:38 AM   #31
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Tested out the analog temp controller! works pretty darn good. Just pulled the trigger on 4 perlick 525 chrome faucets from ritebrew. 76 bucks for 4 shipped priority mail. hopefully they will be in my mailbox by the end of the week!

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Old 09-13-2011, 04:54 AM   #32
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Nice work on the perlicks, I still need to replace two of mine that came on my towers when I bought them.

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Old 10-01-2011, 01:03 AM   #33
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Alrighty Im back with some pics, I took apart the lid today, I cant believe they did all that wiring for a stupid little light. took out worn out handle. too off the lock for which which there was no key.

Anyways the gaskets were shot and the plastic on the underside of the lid was so brittle it cracked easily, insultation was a little suspect so im off to the Home depot to get some foam board insulation for the lid

Was wondering what I should do about the excess electrical wire that ran all the way up to the lid

Should i undo the splitters and put a new electrical cord on it or just take the cord that was running to the lid zip tiie it up and let it sit on the bottom opening where the compressor is?

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Old 10-26-2011, 03:21 AM   #34
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Well Put a Few good Hours into it today, figured out that goofy light is required to complete the electrical circuit in the power cord. I will hook it back up and Hide it. I Put Nails in the collar and come 3 inch corner braces inside for reinforcement, did some sanding to smooth out the wood, drilled Shank holes attached collar to the hinges tested operation of the hinges and put shanks in to test fit.

BTW The Keezer will be getting a paint Job, Capitals Blue and Capitals Red. Will be using chalkboard paint inbetween the taps on the collar to specify the Beer. Also Ive decided not to do a dedicated rootbeer, I will do a carbed water with Make your own Soda Flavor Station



Im Pooped but here are some pictures for you to drool over

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Old 10-26-2011, 03:25 AM   #35
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Heres the Pics

kegerator-002.jpg   kegerator-005.jpg   kegerator-006.jpg   kegerator-011.jpg   kegerator-003.jpg  

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