Originally Posted by plumber_bob
Unless the vendor is going to replace it, it may be time to open it up and check the guts.
I was arriving to this conclusion myself yesterday. I watched a few instructional videos about how to open and repair regulators. I think I have a basic understanding of how the regulator should work and what to look for since its not working.
The one thing that stoping me from doing it today is I don't know how to open my regulator. In all the videos I watched were using taprite style of regulator with the four screws holding it together. Mine looks like the front was twisted like a screw onto the body. I'm not sure how to get it open yet.
PS: what did you use to clean the internal parts?