Originally Posted by Dr1nkBeer
When i turn "in" my low pressure regulator the needle moves to 30 psi just fine but shouldnt it move back down on it own when i turn "out" the regulator? I'm finding that i need to release the CO2 from an unused port on my manifold in order to get it to turn down. I thought the regulator should do that automaitically?
Okay so this is my understanding:
You are force carbing at 30 psi. By turning your regulator pressure down you didn't release any pressure in your keg or lines so that pressure will stay at 30until you purge your keg using the pressure relief on the cap. Or if you don't have a pressure relief you can unhook the gas and carefully push down on the gas port releasing CO2. Don't release all of the pressure just a little, hook the gas back up and see what your regulator says until you are at your serving pressure.
Someone correct me if I'm wrong.