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Old 01-03-2008, 05:36 PM   #1
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Default Just bought Kegerator - 1 Step Closer to Happiness

I've been lurking on craigslist for a while but I finally pulled the trigger and picked up my very first kegerator!

woohoo!

It's the danby kegerator, the one with the LED temp thing. It's a bit beat up on the outside but it's cooling just fine. The LED gauge is a bit off, but i can live. Came with 2 - 20lb tanks, one half full! three sankys taps, a bunch of faucets, hoses, and handles. $250, which gives a guy like me a chance to do the keg thing!

I have a corney on the way as well as ball locks, disconnects, sanitizer, etc...

This is going to be a lot of fun!

Has anyone had any problems with this danby? I heard it doesn't cool very well. but we'll see. Also, what does a used 20lb. CO2 tank go for? I could probably sell that.

Just wanted to pose those questions and share!


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Also, what does a used 20lb. CO2 tank go for? I could probably sell that.
Free. Send it to me
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The value of a co2 cylinder depends on if it's steel or aluminum and what the date of the last hydro test was.
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