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The title tells it all.Please note that I did not write this myself ,I just got it off another site so that other people can reach it.Here is the original page
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Step 1: Materials

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Not pictured:Tubing
Not Pictured:Syrup
pic1:your carbonator
pic2:coke connector
pic3:pepsi+everyone else connector
pic5:syrup pump (flojet)
pic6:selector valve(optional)
pic7:valve pack

The person who actually wrote this said you can get most of these at eBay.

Step 2: Cleaning used gear

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Pump:Wash with soapy water and a good degreasing agent
Ice bin:Contact manufacturer for instructions.
Carbonator:Remove sensor and wash tank. DO NOT DUNK OR SPRAY!let it airdry btw the sensor is thar red thing
fountain heads:remove label and wash behind it be sure to remove any spray
admin6 years ago
This is a great Instructable, but you need to add a main image of the final project to the intro step. Please do that and leave me a message when you have so that we can publish your work. Thanks!
Are you even in the admin team?
Derin (author)  thermoelectric5 years ago
There's a bug,I intended to reply to admin.
Derin (author)  admin6 years ago
Ok done
Euriel10 months ago

I just install a new CO2 tank in our property but getting confused with this pump. What's the blue outlet tube for? Because when I open the CO2 tank, the air is coming out from that blue tube and it's so noisy... Is it normal?

txspazz Euriel8 months ago

The blue port is the exhaust port for the CO2. As the pump opperates and comes up to presure, CO2 will come out the blue port once the lines are primed it should stop and you should only hear it occasionally as syrup is dispensed. If it runs continusly you probably have a problem with the pump

jenkinch4 years ago
Great Instructable, I think I might do this but with one of the "Wunder Bar" soda guns like the have in the bars. Now that would be awesome!
Mr. Rig It6 years ago
Just hook it to my vein dude!
But then you can't taste it!
I think i'd rather have the gun thing where all the flavors mix together. Just because it's easier to store the gun.
fazgard6 years ago
fantastic. I actually got an entire systems for free today, - took it all apart, and this is exactly the info that I needed to setup my new system. Thanks for compiling this!
Where did u get one of these for free??? You know these systems typically cost like $1000, You are soo lucky!!
DrWeird1176 years ago
Sandisk1duo6 years ago
Wow! i didn't know soda fountains worked like that!
drwhok96 years ago
Great instruction manual...thanks! I've been working on this for weeks and I'm "getting close" but I'm running into a few little issues. 1st: I have a Pepsi machine and the correct pepsi connector's for BIB (I bought them from Pepsi). I can't figure out how to hook the darn things up to the box. Is there a trick I'm just not getting? Thanks
Derin (author)  drwhok96 years ago
I can't help you since I did not build one.You can mail the person who originally made these at the website I linked you to.I wish to help you,but I can't.Sorry!