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Re: [APD] Nutrafin CO2 problems


 From what I read...


...and per your previous email, I can only guess that you may have a 
leak somewhere in the system. Is it possible to perform a pressure check 
on the components, check for hairline cracks, or some other cracked plastic?

You could perform a sanity check using just yeast, sugar, and water 
using the Nutrafin setup compared to a soda bottle DIY setup. This could 
rule out a yeast problem or other hidden problem.

I doubt water temperature would have harmed the yeast.


Richard J. Sexton wrote:
> At 02:39 PM 10/25/07 -0400, you wrote:
>> Richard, did you 'proof' the yeast by using 80 degree (F) or so water 
>> to start the culture?  One possibility is that a combination of cool 
>> well water and cool room temperatures encouraged the yeast to go 
>> dormant rather than take off and grow.    Allen
> Oh sure and I suppose this is in the directions I didn't read?
> Can this be fixed or do I need to go buy more yeast?

Harry Martin
Casper, WY

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