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I am trying to inflate flat tire and can't get it to inflate with air master air compressor 59008. what am I doing wrong?

I have it plugged into cigarette lighter and the truck motor is running. I connected it to the tire and have the quick release nozzzle lever down. Still the tire is not inflating.

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Jack the car up on the side you want to inflate to get the weight off of it. No compressor that i know of that plugs into a cigarette lighter is strong enough to inflate a flat tire under that much weight.

Posted on Dec 19, 2012

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I have checked on t his tool before and they don't offer replacement parts as of that date. I would suggest going to Dewaltservicenet.com and typing in your model number for a copy of the owners manual and they also have a toll free number that you can call for assistance.

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could be a bad valve in the tire or a bad valve stem. It should seal shut when the hose is removed.

Posted on Aug 08, 2011

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