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Old 03-27-2013, 02:55 PM   #1
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Co2 regulator questions

Ok so I've been running co2 for a while now but just recently put a reactor on the out of my canister I've got it set at 1bps and the working pressure was set at 20psi well from my reactor to my regulator I have a check valve on the line... Water from the canister fills the line to my check valve so I uped my working pressure to 25 to help blow the water back out of the line when the timer kicks on.... My question is will this water really effect anything and will turning the working pressure to 25 change anything in relation to the 1bps?

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