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At 15:39 -0400 4/21/97, Gerry Skau <gerry at ans_net wrote:
>Date: Mon, 21 Apr 1997 15:31:56 +0000 (UTC)
>I'm sure I'm doing something wrong but what?
>I set up a CO2 system this weekend in a 2 liter pop bottle. airtube from
>the top into a checkvalve (pointed the right way).and then into an
>airstone. 2 cups of sugar, 1 teaspoon of yeast and a teaspoon of baking
>soda and then water to about 3 inches from the top. So far nothing. So:
You need a CO2 reactor, and airstone is very inefficient. See the FAQ's and
check out the KRIB website for more info.
>1) Is this too much water?
No, it's OK
>2) Should I wait to put the baking soda in until after the reaction is going?
No, that's a good way to make a mess.
>3) Is is too cold? The house temperatute is 68-70f.
Temperature is fine.
>4) Does it just take a while to get started?
Yes, give it a few days. You also may have a leak. If you can smell the
brew around any of the fittings it's leaking. Make your self a ractor.
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