Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: Sacramento, California
To be safe. I would close your ASA (Counter clockwise). Twist off the ASA unit self. Open that thread that's on the other side to plug up the gauge, should be a hex screw thread. Telfon tape it and put it back in. Tighten it to where it's hand tighten. Twist on the ASA unit. Close off your needle valve COMPLETELY. Then open your ASA thread (clockwise fully down).
Listen for any hissing sound, if so you're still leaking somewhere. If not, go ahead and open your needle valve and adjust to desire level.
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