Kegland MK4 high pressure gauge

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Hi.

I think I've busted my high pressure gauge on my Kegland MK4 (no idea how it happened). The low pressure side works no problem but the dial appears to be slightly compressed on the high pressure side. The body doesn't have any observable damage.
Just wondering if it is...
A) serviceable?
B) interchangable with other manufacturer gauges and I don't need to order a new one from china?

Cheers
J
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You can change that dial on the regulator, I think you can take them apart and flatten the disk out and reset it.
I'd ask on the american homebrew forum, @day_trippr I'm sure mentions taking apart regulator and cleaning it and reassembling it.
 
I actually got it the other day. There are 3/4 dimples or spot welds that hold the front cover on that I struggled with. Nothing a bit of persuasion with a 3mm flat head didn't sort out.
 
I actually got it the other day. There are 3/4 dimples or spot welds that hold the front cover on that I struggled with. Nothing a bit of persuasion with a 3mm flat head didn't sort out.
You're up early unless that's Bangor Maine?
I thought of just changing the whole dial unit where it attaches to the regulator body.

Or taking the dial unit apart and flattening out the disk.
But well done, strange how that kind of thing occurs though in the regulator, it's happened to me.
 
No, Bangor NI. I work 100 miles from my house so bed early and up early 😂
A new dial is cheap... I just didn't want to wait for it to come all the way from china.
It's really odd because there was no damage to the housing but the dial was definitely buckled. I normally keep it in my keezer but have had it external to it for a few weeks. Maybe the temp difference did it.
 

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