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Old February 24, 2017   #23
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Originally Posted by coronabarb View Post
I have a friend who inspects and tests the gauges for folks who bring canners in. We've seen some of these old beauties, usually owned by someone who got it from their grandmother. A couple had wooden handles. The gauges have either been broken or didn't test within range to be accurate. One was too warped to use. I would personally keep it as a conversation piece. ;-)

Sorry Barb the old gauge stays on the canner.
I compared it to the new one with the weight and it does the same thing.
Both go off at 11 PSI with the weight on 10 PSI and rock steady at 15 psi or just a wee bit under like 14 1.2 pounds.
This is the same readings I got from my test gauge when testing the old gauge.

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