Q. I’m afraid that CO2 is leaking. How can I check?

A. CO2 tends to leak at the connection to the tube and at the check valve. CO2 may leak if the cut section of pressure resistance tube is not straight. If the cut section is diagonal or not straight, cut the tube again to have a straight cut section.
CO2 may also leak in the event where Joint Stick and fitting are not in proper contact. To check CO2 leak, apply soap water (or diluted neutral detergent) to the connection while CO2 is being supplied and observe whether bubbles are formed or not (If CO2 is leaking, bubbles are formed).

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