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28 gallon compressor....answer to your question about my problem

You asked if the air in the tank was ok. The answer is yes. It registers up over 125. However there is no air to run the tool. The tool side gauge shows no pressure. Turning the knob for more or less tool pressure gives me no different result. Removed the quick connect...no air comes out. Must have a valve stuck somewhere.

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Your regulator internal filter could well be blocked ,isuggest that you drain the tank fully and remove you regulator,check that tank is clear of rust or scale if all is clear then strip and clean your regulator
assembly or replace with new,problem should be gone all the best
this might be a silly question but the needle on your pressure guage couldnt be stuck?,have you drained your reciever?

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