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accepted Why can't I control my regulator's output pressure?
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comment Why can't I control my regulator's output pressure?
There is a ring on the relief valve - pulling it releases the pressure faster, but turning it doesn't seem to do anything. Anyway, it doesn't seem to be locked open: when I turn off the CO2, the relief valve closes as soon as the gauge drops to 52 PSI, and the pressure stays there unless I hold the relief valve open manually.
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comment Why can't I control my regulator's output pressure?
Turning the regulator knob clockwise about halfway causes the pressure to spike even faster - the needle jumps almost instantly, whereas it takes almost a second to max out if the regulator knob is all the way counter-clockwise.
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