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There is only air coming out of the gun without any paint/material. i can feel the material inside the canister bubbling but nothing is happening

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Check that valve inside the canister that let the air in and make sure it works freely. Then you'll need to make sure your paint isn't too think. If it is you'll need to thin it.

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