I didn't even think of a loose connection.
I'd prefer not to remove the regulator from the tank if I can just shut it completely down, then that is way more convenient.
If it actually is the solenoid cable, what is this going to mean? I didn't realize with no click, it's a little bit more than it being stuck open. Can it be fixed or does it need to be replaced, if that is the case?
I do have an extra regulator and from the notes from Milwaukee and warranty paperwork, it is just a blown low pressure gauge, but everything else is fine. If need be, I could always take it off of that one and transfer it on this one, because both gauges on this one are working. Or should I not even worry about it and just use the other one, since the low pressure gauge doesn't matter any how?
Right now, I'm just happy that I have CO2 flow. If I'm clear on the instructions, I won't hesitate to attempt a fix. But might ask some stupid clarifying questions that are probably obvious but with zero experience, I'd rather err on the side of caution.
In a couple hours when I turn it off, I will fiddle with the cord, are there any more adjustments then the 4 screws that I need to be aware of? I'll try to see if it's the one on there and a lose connection and if that doesn't work, I'll try the extra cords I was given.
Thanks Anthony. I've read your guide and many posts over the past few weeks as I've been learning and researching the ins and outs.