The cooler/esky already has all the holes pre-drilled for your convenience. All you have to do is push the hoses together and tight up a couple nuts and you will be pouring in no time.
NOTE: You need to purchase kegs and couplings separately.
1. Attache your kegs to the beer inlet hoses on the jockey box. Purge the cold plate with beer. It's important to fill the cold plate lines with beer FIRST. If you have water in the lines and then put very cold ice on the cold plate the water will freeze in the lines preventing liquid from flowing through. So make sure you have beer line the lines first as full-strength beer freezes at 4C lower than water.
2. Fill the cooler/esky with ice. ICE MUST BE IN CONTACT with the aluminium cold plate for best performance. In order to ensure you have ice in contact with the cast aluminium make sure to leave the drain on the esky open so the water can drain out. If you leave water in the esky the ice will eventually float in the water and not be in contact with the cold plate.
3. Set the regulator at approximately 30psi. This high pressure is needed to push the beer through the cold plate that has considerable line resistance.