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My diving gauge is stuck at 50 Bar even when I disconnect it from the air tank. When I reconnect it to the air tank the gauge stays at 50 bar yet I know I have 230 bar in the tank. Any ideas why?

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The error in pressure is actually a "feature" of Suunto computers. Suunto is probably one of the most conservative brands out there, and many experienced divers tend to stay away from them for that very reason.

The manual actually calls out this "feature" on page 27.

The remaining air time calculation includes a 35 bar/500 psi safety reserve. This means
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http://media.suunto.com/media/suunto/manuals/en_US/cobra2_usersguide_en_v3_m56577569830698583.pdf

Regards,
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