Trouble Shooting

1. – GAS/FOAM ESCAPING FROM TAP WHEN KEG EMPTIES.

Check knob is in position #3 Lock-Down

2 – UNIT SHUTS DOWN WHEN THERE IS STILL BEER IN THE KEG

Follow procedures 1,2 and 3 – Vent, Twist Up, Lock Down, If unit continues to shut down, CO2 breakout may be occurring (gas is escaping from the beer and collecting in the clear chamber). This usually indicates a “leaky” internal CO2 seal in the keg coupler. Replacing or servicing the keg coupler will correct the problem. Until servicing the coupler bypass the DFC 9500 as indicated in Step 3 below.

3 – OTHER

To bypass unit due to unexplainable trouble: Twist up in position #2 – you can now continue to serve beer in the usual manner. Call your product salesperson or local draught service person during regular hours for complete service.

Product Info

Pacific Beer Equipment' renowned high-tech Draught Foam Control device, the DFC 9500, stops beer flow immediately after a keg empties, both at the key and the tap. This eliminates the spitting and spraying...
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