New member here, been brewing for a little over a year now and just started kegging back in August. I kegged my third batch of beer last night when I realized today, I had an oversight in the carbonating process. I force-carbonated at 30 PSI for 2.5 minutes then proceeded to take the Co2 fitting off, lowered the pressure down to 12 PSI, reconnected the Co2 and the beer line, and put the keg back in the kegerator. At no point in this process did I pull the PRV at all. Today reading / hearing that not pulling the PRV and reconnecting the gas right away will cause beer to shoot back up into the regulator has me concerned that I may have destroyed my regulator. I have yet to get home from work to check it, but at this point is there anything I can do other then buy a new regulator?