Question about Air Tools & Compressors
Ok then now i understand the problem. it seems to me that the checkvalve is not closed after pumping checkvalve is placed between cilinder and tank. mostly a brass thing with small hose to the regulator and large screwcap. inside is spring and rubbervalve. clean seat. and valve, when worn out maybe turn valve upside down. BEFORE OPENING CHECKVALVE RELEASE PRESSURE. checkvalve makes pressure stay in tank in smal line blows of to start easier. and blows of cilinderhead, and tube to valve. cleaning is less work then reading tyis story. good luck.
Posted on Feb 13, 2010
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