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My alltrade Trades Pro 5hp air compressor 835268 wont build up much pressure

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SOURCE: I have moisture in my air flow, and I was

On the bottom or the tank there should be a drain valve
Open it, then start your compressor, allow the unit to run for 2 or 3 minutes this will dry it out

We drain the compressors in our shop daily to avoid water build up and the rust that comes with moisture
Over time you can rust a tank through, which will never happen at a good time and could be dangerous

Posted on Mar 31, 2010

Testimonial: "This helped me very much. Drained the moisture(very little) and tightened up some connections, and i was good to go. Thanks!!"

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