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PA28-151 alternate static source...

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Oct 28, 2011
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Where is it?
Mine is a '74 model, SN 7415208, and the official "Cherokee Warrior Information Manual" I bought says "a static valve , which is mounted to the knee guard below the instrument panel on the left side, provides an alternate static source...".

I've laid on the floor to look, used a mirror and even a camera to take pictures and I'm not seeing any valve. I've even sat in a normal flying position and felt around for a valve, but nothing.

Anybody that has same make, model & year please let me know where it's at.

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