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The air hose has oil leaking

There is oil coming out of the hose

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Usually, oil in the discharge air indicates too much oil in the pump or oil too thin (in hot climate use oil treatment). If oil level is known to be correct and oil not to thin, indicates worn cyl /rings. Easy to check. Remove bolts holding cylinder to body/base of pump. Pull off cylinder with head attached to examine piston and rings. Replace parts as needed.

Posted on Oct 26, 2012

  • Alisson Miranda
    Alisson Miranda Oct 28, 2012

    The oil looks thin, I'm going to try this first, before pull off the cylinder, thank you.

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