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Have a Central Pneumatic model 95275 air compressor that won't pressurized even the smallest of tires. Tank pressure is good as is the line pressure. Do I need to replace the internal parts?

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Parts can be found at amazon, click here and take a look: Amazon com Central Pneumatic parts. I hope this was helpful. Cheers

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Its the pressure regulator, if you discharge the air and can set the regulator to a lower psi, and it pumps

to that psi. you will have to replace that part, make sure to have make, model , serial# of compressor

so that the correct part can be fittted to you compressor. good luck!

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