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Then your hygrometer is off a few degrees. There should be a screw on the back for adjusting it so that it reads 75 after the salt test. If not, you can write down that you need to subtract 7 from whatever the hygrometer reads.
 

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I'm not really a fan of analog hygrometers. I have one on the front of a glasstop humi. that's just there to plug up the hole. I threw in a Western Caliber III Digital that's "spot on". All my other humis. have digitals as well.
 

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IME I have always heard that many analogs are inaccurate more than not. Like Blake stated, you'd be better off going with a digital unit. Easy to use and depending on the one you get they can be very spot on and relatively inexpensive.
 

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I'm not really a fan of analog hygrometers. I have one on the front of a glasstop humi. that's just there to plug up the hole. I threw in a Western Caliber III Digital that's "spot on". All my other humis. have digitals as well.
In other words, you probably want to invest in digital. But there's a screw slot on the back to adjust generally. But they tend to not stay accurate anyhow. good luck.
 

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I'm not really a fan of analog hygrometers. I have one on the front of a glasstop humi. that's just there to plug up the hole. I threw in a Western Caliber III Digital that's "spot on". All my other humis. have digitals as well.
The western digi is a great hygro I use them in my humidors.
 
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