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When i put new gas in it leaks at the top of the can is that normal ??

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No this is not normal, you didn't specify what tool brand you have but on the Paslode fuel cells you would need to make sure that you "click" the valve securely on top of the cell. They don't lock them in when they package them. Let me know if you need more assistance.

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