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Outlet pressure? My air compressor builds up pressure but the outlet gauge always reads 0. I have connected 3 different hoses to it but the outlet will not build up pressure. Please help?

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Take the knob off there is a spring and another black piece. This little black piece is broken. It pushes in and opens the regulator to let air through to your lines.

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When the pressure regulator intenal parts become dirty and rusty due to water in the sytem (normal), the regulator will fail. If the knob is frozen or makes no difference when you turn because the threads are stripped, you could try taking it apart to clean or just replace. Easy fix. Pull safety valve ring to release all air and remove the safety valve. Install a tee fitting and reinstall the safety valve. From the tee fitting install a quick connect for full pressure or purchase a generic pressure regulator ($20) and install on the tee then quick connect. The regulator will have space to install gauges(only gauge that you need is the adjusted pressure). Factory parts are sometimes too expensive and usually not as good in quality as some aftermarket. Good luck.

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Have you tried turning the pressure adjustment knob clockwise to increase regulated, not tank, pressure

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