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You may have to give both the orange and black lugs an extra turn to stop the leak. if you have hand tightened it as far as you can, then an extra turn with pliers is the next step. 

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1 hour ago, Rob Courtney said:

You may have to give both the orange and black lugs an extra turn to stop the leak. if you have hand tightened it as far as you can, then an extra turn with pliers is the next step. 

Can you easily cross thread them Rob?

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Welcome Dale, Mark here. Trust you’ll get the leak fixed, Rob’s the Beerflo guru. 
What styles of brew do you prefer? 

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1 hour ago, Barrelboy said:

Can you easily cross thread them Rob?

I haven't managed it yet but I have had the issue with the beer seeping out the top

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5 hours ago, Dale Deamer said:

Noticed beer leaking from top of keg, any recommendation as this is our first time kegging

How did you go Dale? 

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Just now, Dale Deamer said:

Thanks that has worked

 

7 hours ago, Barrelboy said:

Welcome Dale, Mark here. Trust you’ll get the leak fixed, Rob’s the Beerflo guru. 
What styles of brew do you prefer? 

 

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