Question about Hoover Refrigerators
I'm about to convert my Hoover Orchid Collection 480L fridge into a kegging system to dispense home brew beer. To do this I need to drill a hole in the door to install a beer tap. The beer tap will be linked to a 8mm diameter hose to the keg, and the keg will sit inside the fridge. I'm OK with this part of the conversion, but I also need to drill a hole in the side of the fridge to accommodate a 8mm diameter gas hose that will be linked from the keg inside the fridge to a carbon dioxide cylinder that will sit outside the fridge. The gas line is the tricky part, I don't want to drill through anything that will damage the fridge. Any advice on where I should drill? Am I likely to hit a cooling line or something electrical if I go ahead with this? All advice would be welcome.....Chucky
Why dont you put the c02 bottle inside the fridge with the keg? dont have to have it on the outside
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
If it is a fridge and not a fridge freezer, then there should be no problem in drilling a hole thro the side
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