I'm new to the homebrewing boards and I was hoping someone could help me with a quick kegerator question. I picked up a Danby DKC146SLDB from Costco over the weekend and I just got around to setting it up yesterday. Most of the installation went well, but there is a bit of space around the hole where the CO2 line goes from the external tank into the refrigerated portion of the unit.
It seems like this could waste quite a bit of energy, as well as presenting issues with regulating the keg temperatures. I was debating buying a bit of putty and insulating tape to put around this area, but I was curious if anyone else has encountered this issue. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.