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Mr Heater High Pressure Regulator and Gauges


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I am pretty sure that is a dummy hole, the unit that has a working gauge has been drilled prior to assembly and comes with the gauge. It can be drilled out, but you risk damaging the regulator. I have a mr. heater regulator and never tried to put a gauge on the regulator, I put it on the manifold at the forge.


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I third TP's statement. I have stated what I run at from time to time but try to disclaim that with "your mileage may vary" type words ;) I really only "use" the gauge readings as a comparison between my 2 current gassers. One is blown; the other, venturi type. Also check differences in readings against changes in gas orifice size and such. My 7 psi most likely will heat my forge differently than your 7 psi :)

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