Well, I set up the CO2
manifold. Was very easy. Didn't even have to turn the CO2
off. I used 2 wrenches and turned the bubble counter off without turning the solenoid off. First thing you do is unplug the solenoid so there's no CO2
running. Then turn the bubble counter off the solenoid. I put my old bubble counter in the far back hole on the manifold, and installed the other 2 bubble counters. I'm using the one with the check valve now. So I have 2 check valves on the line, my original above the tank, and the one in the bubble counter. They look very similar to the original bubble counter, with the exception of the bottom of the bubble counter being brass as well, which has the check valve installed in it. It's a great setup, I am very glad I got it, lol. Wish I had the $$$ to get the 6 port one though, lol. I'm always wanting bigger and better toys, lol.
Only other thing for you to get if you don't already have it, get some teflon tape, as you should teflon tape all the threads so there's no CO2
leakage. And in the cap of the bubble counter, when you install the CO2
tubing, there's a black protective O-ring. The only way you will be able to install the CO2
tubing is to remove that O-ring. I think it's just to protect the cap when there's no CO2
tubing hooked up. Remove it and push the tubing on, and screw the cap back down.