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Old 10-11-2016, 07:00 PM   #1
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Water pressure checker

I found this at Home Depot today - around $10. Given we have a tankless water heater that does not like low pressure or restrictions. This should be handy.

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That would come in handy.
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I always look out for high pressure, much more damaging than low pressure.

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I use one like that to check the pressure before I hook up...works great. You can put it on a garden hose Y adaptor if you want to monitor the pressure ongoing.
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I prefer to monitor the pressure AFTER the pressure regulator to be sure it's doing it's job! I'm not concerned with the pressure before the regulator!

Love my new pressure regulator & gauge!
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I would not rely on knowing pressure at hook up time. Pressure can vary a lot depending on demand.
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I would not rely on knowing pressure at hook up time. Pressure can vary a lot depending on demand.

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