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Sure, A new O-ring and a little grease, the same you use on your bearings to make a good seal.

Without seeing and feeling the actual pump, a sloppy O-ring will cause a loss of pressure.

You will also want to check the head and make sure the rubber still makes a seal around the tube valve, if not then that will need to be replaced as well.

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Resistance when I try to pump, no air enters tire.


Make sure that the end isn't bent and connects to tire good. You will here a little air escaping if hooked up correctly. If that isn't it make sure there is no obstuction in the air line. Release relief valve and let air out.

It could just be the end, your connection to the tire, or at worse a bad pump.

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How to get your bicycle filled with air


go to a bicycle shop and ask for a pump buy it and then there on your tire there will be a screw which you can remove remove it and then put the end of the pump which has like a hose attahced to it and then start pumping once you think its full please screw the screw back on or other wise the wheel will lose air do it for both the wheels

on Feb 23, 2010 | Cycling

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I can't seem to use this on my bicycle tires. what am I doing wrong?


What kind of valve do you have on your bicycle tires - standard (like a car) or Presta (narrow with manual screw down valve)? If you unscrew the head of the pump you should be able to reverse the rubber gasket to fit each type - wide for standard and narrow for Presta.

Jun 03, 2011 | Schwinn Bicycle Aluminum Frame Pump

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The pressure gauge on my Topeak Joe Blow Ace floor pump is not working. The pump works fine. How do i take the pump apart and what should I be trying to do to repair?


http://www.ehow.com/how_4779541_inflate-bicycle-tire-presta-valve.html

  1. Rotate the wheel so the valve is resting just above the floor. Remove the valve cap.

  2. Unscrew the locking nut on the valve stem. Quickly press down the stem to loosen the seal. You should hear air escaping when the stem is pushed in--if you do not, loosen the nut and try again.
  3. Press the pump head onto the valve and flip the locking lever to make a seal. You'll hear air escape, but it should stop after you've locked the lever. If air continues to leak out, remove the pump head and reattach it.
  4. Make two pump strokes and listen for air moving into the tire. If the pump handle becomes hard to press down after only a few strokes, or if the pressure gauge elevates extremely quickly, remove the pump head and repeat Step 3.
  5. Inflate the tire to its recommended pressure. Remove the head by unlocking its lever and quickly pulling it off the valve stem. Secure the valve's locking nut and cap.
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Read more: How to Inflate a Bicycle Tire With a Presta Valve ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4779541_inflate-bicycle-tire-presta-valve.html#ixzz1Brv5VfAX

Jan 09, 2011 | Topeak Joe Blow Ace Floor Pump

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Topeak joe blow pumps front but not rear tire


What's different?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ehf6HL0aLTc

http://www.ehow.com/how_4779541_inflate-bicycle-tire-presta-valve.html
  1. Rotate the wheel so the valve is resting just above the floor. Remove the valve cap.

  2. Unscrew the locking nut on the valve stem. Quickly press down the stem to loosen the seal. You should hear air escaping when the stem is pushed in--if you do not, loosen the nut and try again.
  3. Press the pump head onto the valve and flip the locking lever to make a seal. You'll hear air escape, but it should stop after you've locked the lever. If air continues to leak out, remove the pump head and reattach it.
  4. Make two pump strokes and listen for air moving into the tire. If the pump handle becomes hard to press down after only a few strokes, or if the pressure gauge elevates extremely quickly, remove the pump head and repeat Step 3.
  5. Inflate the tire to its recommended pressure. Remove the head by unlocking its lever and quickly pulling it off the valve stem. Secure the valve's locking nut and cap.
Read more: How to Inflate a Bicycle Tire With a Presta Valve ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4779541_inflate-bicycle-tire-presta-valve.html#ixzz1Brv5VfAX

Aug 21, 2010 | Topeak Joe Blow Ace Floor Pump

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How to pump it with SCHWININ AIRDRIVER 1100


There are two styles of valves on bicycle inner tubes. The commonly used style is called Presta, and it is characterized by a thin, threaded brass stem with a head that has a threaded pin in it. This has a small nut pressed on that must be unscrewed to fill it with air. The other style (which resembles the valves on a car's tire) is called Schrader. Bicycle air pumps can handle both styles, but some require a reconfiguration of the pump's valve to make the change from one style to the other. This involves unscrewing the head and removing the parts inside. The details on these processes and the styles of valves on your bicycle will be found in the air pump manual.

Sep 07, 2009 | Cycling

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What kind of pump is used to pump the front tire?


I had the same problem. You have to take off the front tire, pull the red cap back along the pedal to expose the black valve cap. Unscrew the cap (needle nose pliers came in handy) and use a small flathead screwdriver to pop off the white plate that covers the hub of the tire. Unscrew the 4 screws that hold the metal plate over the actual tire valve and then you should be able to pump up the tire.

It took me about 5 minutes to get it apart and then back together...why did they have to make it so hard????

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How do you inflate a Bicycle tire with the small portable pump? the air is coming from the needle to inflate balls and not from the nozzle. It is a Schwinn small portable bicycle pump.


Usually, the needle used to inflate balls is an attachment to the pump. Is there a lever near the fitting the needle comes out of? Moving the lever 90 degrees from its current position should allow you to pull the needle attachment out. The hole the needle came out of is where the valve stem from your tire goes to pump the tire up. Jam the stem in the hole, crank the lever back to lock it in and pump away. Unlock the lever to release the stem when the tire's inflated and you're golden.

Jul 06, 2009 | Schwinn Cycling

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Bicycle tire pump won't pump.


If you can? unscrew the two pieces of the pump clean and oil it. W/D40 works pretty good.

Apr 24, 2009 | Airstrike Bell 800 Frame Mount Bicycle...

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The tires are flat


You need to purchase an adapter which pushes onto the valve (so it doesn't depress the valve stem) and the other end is a standard screw fix to a bicycle pump.

Any good bicycle store stocks them.

The valve you are desrcibing is pretty standard on racing type bicycles.

Good luck and let me know how you get on.


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