1. co2 tank valve open - turn to 40 psi
2. plug in solenoid
3. psi drop by 1-3psi but some times it doesnt drop (normal as pressure moves through the piping)
4. unplug the solenoid - co2 tank valve close
5. letting it sit at about 40 psi
6. Update: still get that 3-5psi drop after the next day
7. Will leave it alone for 1 more day and see if there is any change in psi drop will update tmr on this
P.S. most likely will as this has been done before... it will drop down about 3-5psi from 40psi set... over the next 11hr give or take... if there was a leak should/wouldnt the co2 inside the regulator reach down to 0 if not more then 50% thats in the regulator to start with? due to the fact that the co2 tank has been shut off and what is left is the 40psi that was left inside the regulator once the solenoid and co2 tank valve are shut off...
i took precaution n test with soapy water and found no bubbles of leak with the co2 valve open and re soap the area where the regulator connects to the tank and down to the solenoid no bubbles and soap it up 3 times and still no bubbles
Last edited by Bryanmc1988; 11-22-2012 at 04:44 PM.
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