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Resealing lid on a Beverage Air DD58 kegerator

I have an older Beverage Air DD58 kegerator. I am replacing the condensation tray. To do this I had to pop up the top. My question is how do I now seal it when I put the top down? Can I use silicon? If so, is there a special kind I need?

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The only way I have found to seal those tops back down is with 100% silicone caulk, NOT LATEX OR BUYTAL, silicon.( We use 3m.) Then hold it down with cinder blocks for at least 24 hours then you are in business.

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SOURCE: beverage air dd58 kegerator won't stay cold

the freon system is a sealed system. If you are adding freon, there is a leak. have the leak repaired and this should resolve the issue. Freon should not need filling but one time and only after the leak is located and repaired.

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