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Topeak Pocket Shock pump~ can't find instructions... attempted to use but seems like I loose air..... help

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When you place the pump head on the valve make sure you flip the lever, this will seal the pump and air will not come back out. Also make sure your valve is not bent or loose. If your still losing air take the pump and bike into any bike shop and they will be more than happy to show you how to use it, and bonus if there is something wrong with either the tube or pump they will be able to diagnose and provide a solution.

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