Originally Posted by jim4130
^^^ dont rush into doing somthing like that the manifold screws have very fine threads and can strip easy. What you can do if you have a parker noid is it has a button under the upper board to manually cycle the bolt. On the upper board right bellow the wire harness plug is a hole stick a small allen through press it and it will shoot. Repeat untill its fully depressurized. You cant do this with a humphrey noid.
Otherwise you could try unscrewing the regulator from the VA those big threads would be difficult to mess up under the pressure.
Thanks Jim. What I ended up doing is after I cut the macro line to let some air out I backed the velocity out and let it sit for a while, then I slowly unscrewed the regulator and let the rest out.
Rhino it was the battery, thanks for the suggestion! Works fine, the 9volt I put in must of been weak, when I got home and after I had depressurized it put a new one in and good to go.