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Frequently Asked Questions
Q."How does the Lazy-Hand Water Test Gauge work?" A. Install the gauge on a hose bibb and leave for as long as you'd like. One needle of the gauge will read the current pressure. The second needle is the "lazy hand" which will need to be adjusted by moving the knob on the front of the unit. Adjust the "lazy hand" to where the pressure currently is showing on the gauge. Over night or over time, the "lazy hand" will be moved by the needle reading the pressure when there is an increase in pressure. If the pressure is decreased, the lazy hand will stay where the peak pressure occurred. The "lazy hand" will stay at that peak reading until you manually reset it.