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How Does A Gas Nozzle Know When To Shut Off? [Knowledge]
posted October 1 2013 13:00.14 by spic0m




If you've ever put gas in a car, you've probably noticed how the gas pump shuts off when your tank is full. But how does it know to do that?



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