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RE: CO2 regulator problem
Douglas Guynn said:
> You may have a gauge malfunction. You do
> not say if the gauge reads 28 psig when
> not attached to the cylinder. If so, replace
> the gauge with one of the same range.
Hi Douglas, thanks very much for your response! The 28psi
reading persists after I've taken it off the cylinder. So I think
you're right about the gauge being defective.
This has really freaked me out. I absolutely adore my fish,
and don't want any CO2 accidents that could harm them
(fortunately, they're all fine). That's one of the reasons I
shelled out extra $$$ for the highly-recommended M3
system. Hopefully, this regulator problem was just an anomaly.
> M3 should be willing to help you with any
> of these issues.
Edward at M3 has been very helpful in the past. But I've
heard M3 has been real hard to contact recently. I tried
calling but their voicemail box is full/not accepting messages.
There's a lot of info in the archives about CO2 dumping. What
other problems have people encountered? Please share, and
educate the rest of us about things to watch out for....
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