O2 Pressure in the hose and the O2 Bladder

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Is it nor­mal for the O2 to leak out of the exit port joint adapter where the hose screws into the adapter? Also, is it nor­mal for the O2 Blad­der to sep­a­rate at the seams in the sec­tion where the O2 enters the blad­der. It looks like it may have been glued and sewed when it was made, can the pres­sure build up too much where it blows the seam?

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Asked on May 2, 2017 11:54 am
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The ques­tion depends on whether you have an Adap­tive Con­trast or a LiveO2 Stan­dard. Adap­tive Con­trast -O2 has a pres­sure release port which vents extra air from the small com­part­ment. This slit is sup­posed to be there. It is also okay for some air to leak out near the entrance to the -O2 com­part­ment. Here is a support article showing how it should look.

LiveO2 Stan­dard (with­out Adap­tive Con­trast) should not have any open­ings in the oxy­gen reser­voir. If there are any then the reser­voir has been dam­aged so please con­tact Cus­tomer Sup­port at http://liveo2.com/contact/

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Answered on May 3, 2017 4:13 pm
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