Cold co2 issues?

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  1. TMcG

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    I'm wondering if there are any specific issues (good or bad) with keeping a CO2 tank in a fridge along with the kegs? I have been doing this for a while now, and have decent results so far. But I only got to this point as a matter of convenience. The fridge is usually around 45-degree F.

    Any thoughts or comments for best practices?
     
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    only issue the regulator rusted shut after 3 years, had to take it apart and clean and oil to get it to turn
     
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    Thanks OMB
    I can live with that
    I was hoping it had little or no effect on quality of carbonation...
    Can't tell because I've never done differently


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