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I haven't been able to get a chance to fill up my new CO2 tank so I wanted to test my new phantom with some other tanks I have (12oz and 20 oz). As soon as I screw them on and the nipple is depressed CO2 is quickly expelled through a pin-size hole on the side of the air adapter and will not stop. I didn't want to screw in the tank all of the way because I read the phantom is supposed to use a tank that has a range of 800psi - 900 psi. I'm worried to screw them in all the way because the psi may be greater than that. Is that why the CO2 keeps expelling from the side of the air adapter? Or is this normal until the CO2 tank is completely screwed on and then it will stop expelling CO2 from the side?

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I get that sometimes, replace the o-ring on the tank.
Co2 gives the same output pressure (800psi to 900psi), regardless of volume.
 
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