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3gal. aircompressor - craftsman model #921153101

Replaced regulator and now i get bleeding thru the regulator when the tank is full and no airline is attached....when i hook a airline up the air stops leaking....why ?? replaced old regulator and that one now bleeds thru also....never had this problem before i replaced the old regulator now they both bleed don't get it....any hep would be appreciated.
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This problem is not uncommon with small compressors and the inexpensive plastic regulators they use nowadays. The one surefire way to stop it is ti install in in-line valve before the regulator outlet, even if it involves the double ended & threaded brass soupler so they both fit on. This way you can just turn the handles across the line effectively shutting off air flow. I have two pancake compressors and ended up doing the very thing.

Then when time comes to hook up a hose and tool, just switch the handle back and you have air.

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Try a better quality quick connect

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