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Blowing paint out trough cup

Hi, when airbrushing i get the problem that bubles are blown inside the paint cup on top of the airbrush gun. As such this causes to spill and splatter the paint outside the cup, no paint at all is comming trough the nozzle.

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It is clogged and needs to be disassembled and cleaned with MEK. methyl ethel ketone 

Posted on Aug 02, 2009

  • tkbgood Aug 02, 2009

    It is clogged and needs to be disassembled and cleaned with MEK. methyl ethel ketone 

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