The ram oring directly seals air coming in from the noil on both the forward and reverse pulses. So if it's bad, air gets out the other side of the ram and noid, which is perfectly normal. It will usually leak out the back hole on the noid if memory serves. Swap and lube that large ram oring and check again.
An bad solenoid could also leak through this hole, if the orings on the spool inside the noid are bad but it's rare. Better to try the easy stuff first.
Can you tell us exactly where the leak is coming from?
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