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Thread: I can't seem to find the gauge.

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    kristen502's Avatar
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    Jun 2014

    Cool I can't seem to find the gauge.

    My title explains my problem. I've looked all over and I'm assuming it's missing. Where does it go when I purchase a new one? Any recommendations for type and brand?

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    Richard320's Avatar
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    Jan 2010
    San Dimas, CA (LA County)

    Re: I can't seem to find the gauge.

    It screws into a port alongside the multiport valve, according to this diagram. Part 26.

    You can buy a good one from Dave at tftestkits and order any refills you need at the same time to save on shipping.
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