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Re: [SPAM] [AGA-Member] pH shock - how to support recovery?
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- Subject: Re: [SPAM] [AGA-Member] pH shock - how to support recovery?
- From: Heather J Gladney <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sat, 19 Feb 2005 16:01:31 -0800
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Now that I'm deep in the regulator replacement, with the welding gas
supply shop and the Victor Company and the Airgas distributor all closed
for a holiay weekend, I'm finding that the regulator won't shut off
completely when I've barely cracked open the main tank valve.
I can't turn on the main tank valve any further without chilling the
regulator and running amazing amounts of gas out.
I think I've got a bad regulator, although it's brand new.
It's a Victor Medalist SR5B-320 0780-2544 for carbon dioxide, to be precise.
The last one got killed by an overfilled CO2 tank. That blew the
overpressure valve on the Milwaukee regulator/needle valve/bubble
counter setup, and the regulator couldn't be fixed from that.
My family is pushing me back toward yeast bottles, and this isn't helping.
Any suggestions from any experts in the house?
Heather J Gladney wrote:
I ran into this problem myself when first dealing with a weird import
CO2 pressure regulator, and I'm trying not to do it again this weekend
Kirsten Klinghammer wrote:
I was kind of thinking that, but I wasn't sure. I will leave the pH
for now - ixnay on further water changes, CO2 use, or anything else for
today. I appreciate you sharing your experience, Troy.
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