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I HAVE A KEGORATOR #2000 SERIES BEER MACH. MY BEER ALWAYS HAS A 3 TO 4 INCH HEAD. IS IT BECAUSE I AM MISSING A LITTLE PLASTIC ITEM CALLED THE "CHOKE SYSTEM" OR DO I HAVE A DIFFERENT PROBLEM ? THANK YOU.

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  • alocindad Feb 13, 2011

    TOO MUCH FOAM ON MY BEER.

  • alocindad Feb 13, 2011

    INST. MANUAL DOES NOT SHOW A CHOKE. THE INST. VIDEO DOES. I LOOKED THRU THE BAG OF WASHERS ETC. THERE WAS NONE. I COMPLETED THE ASSY.

  • alocindad Feb 14, 2011

    YO JAYACKLE5 ! THANX FOR THE INFO. I'LL TRY IT OUT WHEN I TAP MY NEXT KEG.

    ONE MORE QUESTION .MY VIDEO TALKS ABOUT A CHOKE SYSTEM (A SMALL PLASTIC WASHER WITH LEGS) WHAT FUNCTION WOULD THE "CHOKE" PERFORM IF I HAD ONE ??

    THANKS AGAIN, ALOCON.

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Hi,
First check your temperature... it should be about 38-42 F then check the CO2 pressure it should be 14-18 PSI 16 is good...these things should give you good flow and also give you a great glas of beer...

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    D. Floyd Kolb Feb 13, 2011

    Yes, too warm or too much pressure will give you just that....that's why I said to check that first,,,, then if that all checks out you may have to find the choke... but it really should not be needed if the other factors are correct...

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If you are getting to much of a head on you beer that means that the co2 is to high. Make sure that you are at 10-12psi.

Or read this.


I HAVE A KEGORATOR #2000 SERIES BEER MACH. MY BEER - jyackle5_30.jpg Or go to this link page 14

http://demandware.edgesuite.net/aabh_prd/on/demandware.static/Sites-Kegerator-Site/Sites-CompactAppliance_Primary/default/v1297437609252/pdf/ownersmanuals/edgestar/KC2000_ownman_maintext2.pdf

Posted on Feb 13, 2011

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    Jyackle5 Feb 14, 2011

    Sorry for the chock I have not herd of one. I work for Coors brewing co.



    Please let me know how it gowes.

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