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That doesn't look like a real pressure regulator. It looks like a valve for throttling the CO2 flow. If that is the case it will always allow the "set" pressure to build up to equal the inlet pressure if there is no flow through the system. A true pressure regulator shuts off the flow through it once the set pressure is reached.
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