Over time, Taprite CO2 regulator fittings can become worn at the seals and cause CO2 leaks. This flat seal is used to repair and replace those old, worn seals.
Simply use a 5/32' Allen wrench to remove the brass plug at the end of the stem, remove the old seal, replace, and then reinstall the plug.
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It fits and works as advertised.
Just what I needed to make sure my CO2 tank and taprite regulator are well seated.
If you have a Taprite regulator on your system and a mystery leak, give the embedded o-ring a look. If the integrity is at all compromised, then it's almost assured your culprit. A hex key removes the piece that holds the old o-ring in place. Super easy swap.
I have been struggling with a co2 leak for months. I checked and rechecked everything, tried new gaskets, Teflon tape, and nothing worked. Then I discovered my particular gauge needed a soft gasket and not the hard nylon gasket. Since I have put it on, I have not lost a bit of co2!!! My headache is gone and my beer can be enjoyed properly.
I've now learned its good insurance to replace the O-ring after every bottle swap. These are a perfect fit, Austin Homebrew didn't gouge me on the shipping, and gave me quick turnaround. Thanks guys! After I snugged it down by hand this time, I used some soapy water to check for leaks as I slowly tightened it further until the bubbles stopped. Will always keep a backup on hand. Thanks again.