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These must be used when the fuel quantity cannot be determined by the gauges. There are 5 for each wing tank and none for the centre tank.

All 5 must be read for each tank and the measurements recorded, the quantity is than calculated from tables contained in a book in the ships library.

Shown here is a floatstick which are fitted to later aircraft. These have the big advantage of not drenching you in fuel when you use them.

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