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ScanGaugeII Calibration Worksheet

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Old 09-20-2009, 10:16 PM
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Re: ScanGaugeII Calibration Worksheet

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Just tried without error...

Anyone else having problems?
I just downloaded it with no problem but didn't unzip it.
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Re: ScanGaugeII Calibration Worksheet

Another question:

STEP 1: "Look on your ScanGauge and record your current calibration settings. These are found in the SPEED screen and the FILLUP screen. Remember to put in the plus (+) or minus (-) sign for these numbers."

I guess I'll just read the value from the fillup menu (the value I used for my last tank). Then the adjustment for fillup should be taken from the blue cells in STEP 3, right?

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Re: ScanGaugeII Calibration Worksheet

I can download file but it will not unzip. Message received is:

CANNOT OPEN FILE: IT DOES NOT APPEAR TO BE A VALID ARCHIVE.

Any suggestions?
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Re: ScanGaugeII Calibration Worksheet

Normally that'll be a corrupt download.
Delete it, download it again.
If still no joy, suggest defragging / checking disk / opening in a different application, like Openoffice Calc.
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Re: ScanGaugeII Calibration Worksheet

I have a different but related problem. I have a Hymotion pack and a tank of gas would last me about a year. So, I've been filling up with only 10 litres of gas which lasts me almost a month.

Telling my SG that I just filled up with 10 litres completely desimates my calibration. How do you suggest that I enter a partial "fillup"?

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So what adjustment do I need to do with this data. I already have my tank size set to 12.5 gallons (2006 HCH-II)

Thanks for your assistance!
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So what adjustment do I need to do with this data. I already have my tank size set to 12.5 gallons (2006 HCH-II)

Thanks for your assistance!
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