I got my tank filled up and the gauge is still stuck at 90 gallons. I
was just going to use a pipe wrench to pry it off then buy a new one to
replace it. Is there anything I should know before replacing it?
Here's a common gauge for 275Gal indoor use:
Hopefully the old one will unscrew without using
too much force.
Use thread sealant on the new one and orient the
float in the correct direction. Done.
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