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My little brothers put a needle on the air compressor to pump up balls and now i have no idea how to get it off to pump up my bike.. help?

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Is it a lever or is it a screw on end on your compressor? if it is a lever just release it by pulling it up and remove the needle' if it is screwd use 2 pair of pliers

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• Using the SWITHCBLADE pump nozzle (both 5-in-1 and 4-in-1):
EXPLAINING THE INTERNAL SWITCHING MECHANISM
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