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    RRFPR Gauge

    I just purchased the RRFPR from Riva. Is it normal for the gauge to only be 2/3 of the way filled with oil?


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    Quote Originally Posted by joecbrzx View Post
    I just purchased the RRFPR from Riva. Is it normal for the gauge to only be 2/3 of the way filled with oil?
    It's normal.

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    The glycerin is only there to keep the needle from jumping or vibrating, thus giving a false reading,

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    I had a guage go bad on my Riva RRFPR. the lense popped 1/4 of the way out of the bezel. I believe this was caused by the diaphram in the guage bursting because the guage had gas in it. All the oil leaked out and there was gas in the guage.

    Riva did replace the guage free of charge.

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