Getting Started

How do I set up my SYNEK?

What comes with my SYNEK?

What do I need to do before enjoying cold beer on draft from my countertop?

What is a SYNEK?

Where do I fill my CO2 canister?

Product Information

Can I home brew in my SYNEK?

How do I clean my SYNEK?

How long will a full CO2 Canister last?

What are the dimensions of SYNEK?

What is the ideal temperature for storing/serving draft beer?

Ordering Information

How do I modify or cancel my order?

If I live outside of the US, can I still order SYNEK?

Lifetime Repair and Replace Warranty

Refunds

Return Process

How To Videos

How To Fill From Vented and Non-Vented Faucets

How To Fill Your 20oz CO2 Tank

How To Fix A Leaking Faucet

How To Fix A Leaking Regulator

How To Fix Most Regulator Issues

How To Insert A Cartridge

How To Properly Clean A SYNEK

How To Unbox & Setup

Troubleshooting

CO2 is leaking, how do I locate the leak?

Damaged or Broken O-Ring

My SYNEK is not getting to the ideal beer drinking temperature, what now?

My Tubes are kinking. How do I prevent this?

My regulator does not seem to be working, what do I do?

Replacement parts for your SYNEK

My Tubes are kinking. How do I prevent this?

Updated 6 months ago ​by Eric Stoddard

If the tubing is kinking, CO2 or beer won't be able to flow, the door won't close, but most especially you won't be able to enjoy that awesome brew! So... Let's make sure it's not kinking.


Most kinking issues are caused by an improper alignment of tubing. While I could tell you how to align your tubing better, I think the GIF below does a much better job than I ever could. If you're still having issues, just send us an email at bananas@synek.beer

                                                                              



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