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#1 User is offline   TeleFragger 

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Posted 19 March 2010 - 04:29 PM

ok so i have 3 hpa tanks now..


well they dont have a cap on the little nubb.. fill part i guess... still newbin it...

anyway I got these blue annod ones that have rings...
well i guess you unscrew the nipple and place it through it..

so how do you verify all air is out of the tank?
is it safe to push the pin in on the top of the tank?

thanks for helping me not hurt myself or others...
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Posted 19 March 2010 - 05:34 PM

If you have an on/off ASA you can just take the macro off of it and then turn the ASA on. If you have a remote just leave it so the end isn't connected to anything and let the air go out of it. If you don't have any other options you can just push the pin on the top in. Make sure that all the air is gone before you try to take off the fill nipple.
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Posted 30 March 2010 - 09:38 AM

Mehphisto's methods are best. If you are using an on/off ASA or a remote line, I recommend keeping it attached while you remove the fill nipple. Also make sure you remove it slowly. There is always the chance of some residual pressure, even if the gauge reads zero.

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