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Pro cut 25 plasma cutter : turn it on and get a fault and hear air leaking from some place. will not cut just a safety fault

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Yes you need to find and fix the leak, it will show fault if not enough air pressure is there, double check airline connection exterior, and then airline interior after regulator valve also check for are around the regulator,

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