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Old 04-15-2019, 08:44 AM
bpattonsoa bpattonsoa is online now
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Originally Posted by DanH View Post
Normal if the cube is between the electric pump and the engine driven pump.

Not normal if between the servo and the flow divider.
Dan is correct but he used sort of a double negative. The quote, which is not normal operation, is normal in his answer.

So, if the cube is between the electric pump and the engine pump, the measurement can be wrong, sometimes.

Between the servo and divider it will be right, always.
Bruce Patton
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