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How do I set up the pressure gauge and the switch by the sprayer as well as the switch in the electrical line? There are symbols with 0 and -. Near the pressure gauge there is a switch saying off and on . Tell me how to set these switches. I have the Electrical cord connected to the battery. I can hear the pump motor running. The gauge doesn't register just sits on 0. Please help.

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