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Kegerator

Postby csimmo2 » Tuesday Aug 16, 2011 7:26 pm

Hi All
I have just bought a kegerator and i need to drill a hole in the fridge for my gas line.Could anyone tell me where would be the safest place,apart from the door.
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Re: Kegerator

Postby jello » Tuesday Aug 16, 2011 8:05 pm

All fridges are different with regards to gas lines. if you really must drill a hole in the side walls, I recommend a very shallow pilot hole with a small gauge drill bit. That way you can stick a exploratory nail in to check the path is clear. Then carefully move up in drill sizes.
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Re: Kegerator

Postby Geneabovill » Monday Dec 31, 2012 9:56 pm

Just punch a hole through the seal on the door ... on the same side as the hinges.

You're better off not drilling holes in your fridge ... especially if its a new kegerator.

If you hit gas having to replace the fridge is gonna be the least of your worries.

Either that, or store your bottle in the fridge with the kegs.

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