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Endeavouring to read poor instructions in the dark and rain is a recipe ...
on 12 April 2017
do not make the mistake, that we did, of not trying it out before you actually need it. Endeavouring to read poor instructions in the dark and rain is a recipe for frustration. So - unpack it and try it out in daylight when you are not under pressure (haha) - it's a good piece of kit. It's essential to set the pressure reading up before you attach the machine to your tyre. Sit in the car - plug it in and use the M button to select PSI or BAR first - then use the plus button (hold it in for a couple of seconds) and it will allow you to adjust the pressure reading. Now get out of your car, attach to the tyre (slightly awkward screw on but secure). Now you will have an actual pressure reading - if the tyre is under-inflated, you press the ON button to start the machine compressor - it will stop when the correct pressure is attained. Now press the ON button to off and unscrew the tube.