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As a last resort and when no other progress can be made you may try pulling the right side of the car onto a curb and make it higher. Some times a small elevation change can get things moving like trapped bubbles.
Also you can rent or buy pressure testers and pressurize the cooling system. It should not leak down. This can find bad head gaskets but not sometimes they have to be further along into failure mode. . .
OP - it reads as if you did not solely rely on the instrument panel gauge. What else did you use?
2006 Mazda 6s GS Hatchback, Lapis Blue | AJ 3.0 & AW6A-EL 6 Spd, >119,000
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