OPERATING YOUR KEGERATOR
Note: It is normal to see condensation form on the faucet. It is caused by the
difference of temperature between the cold beer and the inside of the faucet when
beer is flowing through the line.
Cleaning & Maintenance
Flushing the tubes
Follow the steps below to clean the
keg tap and hoses. (See Illustration
on the right.)
Turn off CO completely before
attempting to clean.
Remove the hose from the
coupler and carefully twist the
dispenser faucet off on the top of
Ensure that the dispenser handle
is in the down position before
flushing the hose. If this is not set
correctly, water cannot flow
through. Hold the open end of the
hose under running water for 3-5
minutes, while the beer dispenser faucet drains into the sink. This will clear any
excess beer that is trapped inside, helping to prevent any bacteria or mold that
could accumulate inside.
In order to clean and remove any excess beer that may leak into the unit space
inside the door, remove the black rubber insulation and wipe with a wet towel as
Storage & Care
Follow the guidelines below to care for your kegerator when not in use.
Please adjust the temperature control dial to MID or LOW in colder environments
because this unit does not self-defrost and ice may build up inside the unit. The
temperature control dial is located inside the cabinet of the kegerator
Always rinse the beer line if you do not intend to use your kegerator for a
period of time. First, turn off the CO and dispense beer until it stops. This will
release pressure in the keg so that the coupler can safely be detached.
To avoid permanent damage to the unit, never use sharp objects inside the
Detach beer line
Flush hose with water