I don't know if anyone else has this issue and if its normal to have the marker lose pressure over several hours when disconnected from a tank. I did the leak tests with the soap and water solution on all the fittings and seals that I could find, but had positive results and didn't notice immediate leaks that screamed "fix me".
Is this "automatic degassing" leak acceptable over several hours? I own an older stacked tube BB marker that maintains pressure indefinitely until I release the pressure. I've been trying to chase this down for hours and the marker's driving my crazy trying to find where the leak is coming from. The only other way is to completely dunk the thing under water which isn't good for the electronics
Oh, I do have a SP 360 QEV installed and everything else is stock. Other than the non-audible, non-visual leak tests, the marker works perfectly.
Thanks for your input.