Mine is right above the drain. Since the drain already interferes with stirring it makes sense to me to not have two items preventing me from stirring.
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I looked @ the bottom & it looked like all the coils were all there. I drilled four holes two for CO2 lines and two for the shanks. All I encountered was foam insulation. Perhaps I was lucky, but it seems to me that walls of my fridge were too thin & have too little access to have any active parts in them.I put the taps on the side, rather than the door for convenience, with the CO2 under the drip tray.
Did you encounter anything in the side wall? Did you need to make sure you didn't hit any lines of any sort?
I'm planning to bring my CO2 in through the side wall but haven't begun yet. I was assuming I'd need to work carefully to make sure there's nothing in there that can be harmed.
What the hell has happened to us!???
haha! Here's where I come in and admit that the majority of my glasses all go in dishwasher, except opnes that are printed or gold rimmed. I usually give them an extra rinse before use and don't seem to have major problems with foaming issues.