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We have just bought a maxi 310 beer cooler and have no instructions and want to put on a lager tap and a strongbow tap? Can you help?

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two things to check first at what pressure is the regulator set too? should be i thaink about 4 pounds. also what is the temperature inside of the cooler could the lines be some what frozen?

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Here you can find an exploded parts diagram
http://c.searspartsdirect.com/lis_png/PLDM/50034601-00001.png
As you can see there are no refrigerant lines on the top. What is not represented there are the wires to and from the bulb and the control board - you will need to remove them to have a look where are they going then drill the holes around them. Close to the front , on the left side is probably the safest place: the wiring for the bulb and the compressor goes to the bottom left corner and the wiring to the temperature sensor goes to the right front..

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three possible issues : 1st - it gets too cold (need to adjust thermostat; 2nd - drain line clogged (need to clear it somehow); 3rd - low on freon (might have small leak of gas). Hope thats helps.

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