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The only part of the gauge that adjust is the tee handle in the middle. the gauge on the left tells you the line pressure to the torch, the gauge on the right tells how much oxygen is in the bottle, usually on a K bottle it is 1800 to 2000 lbs. if you turn the tee handle and the left gauge that tells line pressure does not respond you probably have a bad diaphragm in the gauge. Seek qualified repair man. Thanks

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