Originally Posted by inferno2inferno
If the ASA leaks, it is either a problem with the internal tank o ring, or the o ring on the Asa pin itself. If it is a case of the latter, disasemble the Asa and replace the internal o ring. Give the remaining parts a good cleaning and you should be good to go. the low velocity could be explained by a couple of things; either the Asa leak is preventing enough pressure from reaching the reg, in which case fixing the leak will solve the problem. Alternatively, your regulator is undercharging, meaning that you need to re-grease the internal components and clean them out. The absolute worst case scenario is that you blew out your solenoid and need to get it replaced. Hope this helps!
Fixed the Asa issue, now just need to work on the low velocity. I've seen by turning the asa knob to far in, it restricts air flow. I hope this is the case.
It might be a bad qev (30$ fix)
Or it might be a bad noid (100 plus)