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VV_Wildcatfan

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Total nube question but here it goes;

SWMBO got me a kegging kit for Christmas from Keg Connection. It came with the CMB V3S taps which they recommended. However I'm pouring my first pints after building my keezer and I'm getting a leak right by the tap handle.

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Can someone let me know what's causing this and how to fix it? Your advice will be much appreciated!!
 

day_trippr

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Conventional rear seal faucet diagram:

With the manufacturer and model number in hand a rebuild kit should be obtainable...

Cheers!
 

zachattack

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With the manufacturer and model number in hand a rebuild kit should be obtainable...
With a new system from a reputable vendor (kegconnection is certainly reputable) a replacement should also be obtainable :p

Make sure the nut is snug (but not too snug) and if that doesn't fix it give kegconnection a call.
 
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