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Airbrush plugged in but no sound or air

No motor sound no air

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Check other power point in the house and switch it on... it usually helps...

if this is not power supply problem, this meant that cable and switch need to be check, if still no joy, you need to have look for motor replacement or newer model of the compressor...

Posted on Dec 22, 2014

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