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Old 07-22-21, 06:28 AM
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Unrelated to the OP's question but of passing interest- I bought a used torch handle a few years ago off EBay. I forget the brand but was one of the small "aircraft" types we seek. I hooked it up and tried to pass gas, through it. But a funny thing was happening in that when I would open one gas line's valve the regulator for the other gas was showing a pressure change. After a few experiments I decided there was an internal leak between the two passages, between the valves and the outlet. I returned the handle for a refund. Andy
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