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My 3 point goes way up then goes way low well not stay in one spot

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We are going to need more specific information to help you .

Posted on Nov 03, 2020

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  • Robert Wood
    Robert Wood Nov 08, 2020

    Sounds about right

  • Robert Wood
    Robert Wood Nov 09, 2020

    It is 2020 after all :-)

  • Robert Wood
    Robert Wood Nov 09, 2020

    That sounds likely for the symptoms presented .

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