Scaling on WAD valuce axis

Dear experts,
can you please guide me how to apply scaling on value axis in WAD.
Requirement is we need to have 0, 20000, 40000, 60000 .....  on Y-axis (value axis) in WAD.
Thanking you in advance.
Ravi Kumar VR Garre

         Set the interval for Horizontal axis with minInterval and Max Interval
<mx:LineChart id="chart" dataProvider="{arr}">
            <mx:LineSeries yField="Y" xField="X" >
            <mx:LinearAxis interval="2" minimum="0" maximum="40" />           

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