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keg leak help

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pinnah:
Thanks Tom, I will take a look.
It was not immediately apparent to me that that slot was for disassembly!
Good to know.

redbeerman:

--- Quote from: tschmidlin on February 04, 2013, 08:57:05 PM ---Take the connector apart and take a look - there is a slot on the top where you can put in a screw driver and take it apart.  Check the seals inside the connector.

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I have taken mine apart to clean them out on occasion.  Beer schmutz does collect in there over time! :o

blatz:

--- Quote from: pinnah on February 06, 2013, 07:54:24 AM ---Thanks Tom, I will take a look.
It was not immediately apparent to me that that slot was for disassembly!
Good to know.

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make sure it isn't connected to a keg  ;D

Jimmy K:

--- Quote from: blatz on February 07, 2013, 12:43:07 PM ---make sure it isn't connected to a keg  ;D

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It's funny because I would do that.  In December I didn't think the poppet on full pressurized keg looked right, so I pushed down to re-seat it. Face-full of beer. It was a shameful walk back into the house.

majorvices:
Have had the same thing happen many times. Replacing the O ring should fix it. You should be taking apart your QDC regularly, too. They get nasty!

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