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Just take it back to the place where you got it, the fire extinguisher company and have them help you figure it out.

I agree with an earlier post that it was likely not filled with any liquid co2. In fact, the pressure may just be gas from a last pressure test. Maybe no co2. UNless you specifically were told the tank was full when you bought it, you probably needed to get it filled. So take it back and have them resolve it.

Suggest you weight it on the kitchen scale before you go. When you come back, it should be several pounds, approx 5 pounds heavier.

Note that fire extinguisher place should be able to give you a pretty full fillup. Not so at some of the beer places - like one I tried - which just doesn't have the right equipment.

My fire extinguisher refill guy is great! Also raises koi.

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