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Procut 25 changing torch but need to add resistor for air switch on previous torch but don't know what the resistance value should be. The manual says at rest with no air pressure it should be 40-55 Ohms but I need to know the resitance value with it at operating pressure. an anyone help please......

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I don't see it in the manual

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