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Old 08-21-2011, 04:01 PM   #11
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Maybe try the set and forget and see your results. Set it to 12 and leave it for a week. This is my method. O, and it has to stay in the fridge the whole time. You can't take it out after the 30 bump. All of this is cause for issues. If you are having none, no need to change. Since you are having some, try the basic method.


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Old 08-21-2011, 07:51 PM   #12
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Maybe try the set and forget and see your results. Set it to 12 and leave it for a week. This is my method. O, and it has to stay in the fridge the whole time. You can't take it out after the 30 bump. All of this is cause for issues. If you are having none, no need to change. Since you are having some, try the basic method.
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Anytime you change pressure or move the keg or change temps you will have a variance in pressure. Your best bet is to try to set the regulator at ~10 psi with the keg in the fridge. Give a day. Then check it and make a small adustment to the regulator if needed. Your regulator may be a little difficult to dial in, but it should still maintain the set pressure.
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