I have lurked on this site for a while as it usually has the answer to any problems that arise at work. I have been working in bar and pub management for roughly ten years and Inn Doctor is my go-to for technical issues. One came up today which I have never seen or dealt with before.
Picture the scene: You’ve come in early to see in a delivery (which never turned up incidentally) and decide to kill two birds with one stone and do a line clean. You connect the connectors to the wall sockets, fill the tank with water, switch the gas over to the line-clean pump and start filling the buoys. But today the buoys don’t want to fill – some liquid makes it in but a ton of gas too. The pump is clacking away like mad and the buoys just ain’t filling. The gas canister is fine, there are no bubbles coming from the tank, the barrel connectors are all firmly clicked into the wall sockets, there are visible bubbles in the lines that run from the pump to the sockets.
What else should I check before calling an engineer?