I think I have a leak in my co2 in my kegerator. I'm thinking the best way to find out where is to get a spray bottle from the dollar store, fill it with water and a drop or 2 of dish soap and spray where ever the hose connects to something. This just started after I got my counter pressure filler, so it's most likely on that section of the co2 line where I put the t in for that. But what do I do after I find where it is leaking from? I put hose clamps on everything and tightened them when I installed the hoses for the filler. any tips for getting a better seal?
Unscented petroleum jelly. AKA keg lube. Get the piece warm if possible, very light coat of the jelly, retighten.
I've got a small jar that I use on my keg o-rings every time I switch. Cheap, lasts forever.
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