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Need help with Westerbeke W10 Oil pressure sensor

I recently had to remove my oil pressure sensor because it was leaking oil out of a tiny hole; I'm guessing the hole is suppose to be there. I just do not understand why it is leaking, any help is greatly appreciated.

By the way, once I had it removed there was still a little bit of oil inside it and it seemed to still be under pressure.
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