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arcticsid

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This has been said in here many times. And I am going to repeat it again.

IF YOU HAVE A PROBLEM, AND ARE LOOKING FOR HELP, WE NEED TO KNOW DETAILS!!

RECIPE, temperature, starting SG, what kind of yeast, what temperature etc.

This is a great group of experieced wine(and beer makers) in this forum, and most problems can be solved if the right info is provided.

Joining the forum and asking a question like, "fermentation wont start", means nothing.

Take the time to provide as many details as you can. This wil give us enough info to help. Without specific details, we could go on for days before we can come up with a solution.

Going to your mechanic and asking, "My truck wont start, can you fix it?", will bring up the same sort of response.

Did it work yesterday, what changed, did you try this?. etc."

Providing as many details as possible, will not only get a response quicker, but chances are you will have a more qualified answer to your inquiriy

To all of you new makers, keeps notes on everything. And keep notes on everything you did and when. Trust us, in the long run, it is worth it.

It ill make it easier to troubleshoot, and if you come up with something that is outrageous, how in the world can you do it again if you have no idea what you did in the begining.?

We are all most eager to help, but you have to provide some details on your inquiry.
 
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