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Thread: Water in pressure gauge

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    Join Date
    Mar 2009
    Woods of North Florida

    Water in pressure gauge

    It is hard to read my pressure sometimes because of the water bubbles on the glass (or plastic, whichever it is). There isn't water pooling in the bottom, there are just water bubles kinda like your house windows can get when it's real humid outside but cool in your house. Is this ok? Is there anything I can or should do to get rid of it? Thanks!
    24' Seaspray Evolution CLX Above Ground Pool (~13600 gallons)
    Pentair Sand Dollar SD60 / 22.5" filter / Maximum Flow Rate 60 GPM
    Pentair Dynamo Pump 1 1/2 HP

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    Jun 2009
    Exeter, PA

    Re: Water in pressure gauge

    You can replace the gauge and if it happens again you can purchase a fluid filled gauge, these gauges are fluid filled to reduce needle movement from vibration.
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