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Milton Window Inflator Air Gauge - Dual-Head Straight Chuck, 1/4in. Inlet, Model# S-516

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Milton Window Inflator is ideal for inflating and reading the tire pressure of dual wheel vehicles. U.S.A. Range PSI 10-120, Connection Size in. 1/4, Max. PSI 120, Product Type Inflator gauge, Recommended Use Dual wheel vehicle. Dual-head straight air chuck Pressure range 10-120 PSI Full swivel 15in. air hose
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Questions & Answers for Milton Window Inflator Air Gauge - Dual-Head Straight Chuck, 1/4in. Inlet, Model# S-516

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Inflator air gauge operation?

I bought the dual head straight chuck #s-516 sometime ago. How do you control the air flow through either outlet?
thank you.
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65Impala
 - Surrey, BC
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When hooked up to an air supply on one end, and your valve stem on either chuck, you can simply depress the lever on the handle to start the inflation.
answered 3 years ago
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ProductExpert29
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answer 2
It should only dis-charge air out one outlet or the other. If it's dis-charging air out of both outlets at the same time then 2 things could be happening. 1. inflater could be faulty from the factory or from being abused somehow. 2. sometimes debrie (sand,dirt) will get in the outlet & keep the core from closing, thus a good cleaning might remedy this. Both outlets has a core in them that works somewhat like the core in a valve stem in a tire.
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Andycapp
 - Beach Pk, Il
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