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How do you purchase a replacement needle for the Schwinn air pump?

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Go to your local bike shop they will sell replacements

Posted on Sep 01, 2009

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How does one get the needle to work


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That pump was making me nuts tonight so I had to pull it apart to see how it works. It looks like the air should come out of the needle when the lever in the rear is resting down. The squishy rubber tip up front should push the internal valve to the rear and the needle hole lines up. My issue is that the assbly was jammed up and it would not let me put the thing on a tube valve. So if you can't put the pump on a tire then the internals are stuck forward in the "air out the front" area. Try to give the hole a nice push to the rear and see if the needle kicks in. It works like a faucet sort of.
Pull off the front valve and see if the internal piston moves front and rear while you push it back and the lever will push it forward. I think they are of low quality based on the few I have seen.

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