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Do it Best air compression 3 gallon sprayer. Brand new. not creating pressure when i pump handle.

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Hi there,

it seems like there is a problem in the valves, are worn or maybe just need cleaning as for the gaskets.
so first of all try cleaning.

Good Luck!!

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