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This situation happens with Pro-SE regulators as well as Pro-Elite. When lowering working pressure you need to wait till pressure escapes from the regulator. Just
If you need to refill your bubble counter often than once per week. Please make sure to check all connection between diffuser and bubble counter.
Low pressure gauge did not go to 0 even tho the regulator was removed completely from the canister…I’m wondering if this is normal at all?
This is absolutely normal as gas is trapped inside the regulator’s chamber. To completely release gas from the regulator, power up your solenoid and open
BS341 / DIN477 / W21.8×14 is standard used in Europe for most refillable CO2 cylinders including CO2 fire extinguishers.
All of our bubble counters have an integrated check valve. That includes bubble counters which are part of the Pro-SE Series, Pro-Elite Series and AquaBeat regulators.
I have a PRO-SE series and noticed today that the working pressure gauge reads 0 and the high pressure gauge still reads ~800 PSI. Turning front knob is not changing working pressure
I’m afraid dirt from the CO2 tank has stuck inside the regulator’s 1st stage. Please follow steps to fix this issue: remove the regulator from
I have an issue with the clock showing the quantity of the co2 in the bottle….has not moved 4 months now
This situation is typical as high-pressure gauge will show a reading of between 800-1000psi during whole CO2 cylinder lifespan. That is due that pressure of
If you don’t see any bubbles in the bubble counter once your solenoid is energised please follow below steps to investigate your issue : Make
Soak the diffuser in 3(water):1(bleach) solution for several hours. Next rinse with water to remove chlorine. Steps by step video