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I have an old model b compressor circa 1956 and the diaphragm in the switch box is leaking where will i get one from please.Many thanks,Gaz

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NO SUCH LUCK, I HAD ONE WITH THE DIAPHRAGM AND THE COMPANY WAS NO LONGER IN BUISNESS HAD TO REPLACE WITH A NEWER MODEL AND DO SOME CHANGING AROUND BUT THE COMPRESSOR RUNS GREAT. ALSO THE NEW SWITCH RAN ME AROUND $76.00

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