I posted my brake problem, and my reluctance to go into HF for a Mityvac and that I did go anyway. I loaned mine out and it still hasn't returned and it is now its living in Az. anyway. So yesterday after doing my good husband work on the yard and pleasing the Misses I decided to bleed the front brakes where I figured the problem was. So you all know the drill. After a short stint putting the thing together, and attaching it to the bleeder valve, I gives it a couple of pumps and about on the third one it blows brake fluid out the plastic fitting that holds the vac. gauge all over the place Of course not believing a new one would do such a thing, I gives another pull, same thing. Now I have fluid all over myself, glasses, chromed calipers and A arms. At first it pisses me off to no end and then it strikes me funny and I end up laughing at it. It was lunch time and because I'm such a good husband, wife has soup and sandwich ready. So I clean up myself, my glasses, the floor for two feet in all directions, repackage the thing, relax with lunch, drive over a few blocks with it and the receipt, put on the mask, gloves and venture in. Only two guys in there and one is the cashier. Tell him the story hand him the receipt from only 3 days ago and he says, " Yep these thing happen now and then, you want your money or do you want an exchange"? "Exchange," says I. Well the new one worked like it is designed to and now I have my brake problem under control, even finding the problem. Of course to answer my own question of why I even go there, because I knew the vac was there on the shelf. Most times you have to do what you have to do even if it could mean trouble.