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02-12-2014 08:57:22

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With out know more of how it is plumb hard to say. You may have a valve that is sticking so it over pressures for a short time. As in a check valve between the tank and the compressor so if it sticks closed the line over pressures fast and the pop of pops. Putting some oil in the air intake might help if that is the problem

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02-12-2014 09:01:23

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 Re: ot 1948 air compressor in reply to old, 02-12-2014 08:57:22  
Thanks old,i"ll give that a try.........

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02-12-2014 09:05:07

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 Re: ot 1948 air compressor in reply to ramos, 02-12-2014 09:01:23  
Found a longtime ago never hurts to put a little oil in the air intake of a compressor so as to lube the top of the unit. Air tool oil works the best since it in turn will oil the tools as you use the air in them but bad it your painting

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02-12-2014 10:04:01

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 Re: ot 1948 air compressor in reply to old, 02-12-2014 09:05:07  
I just knew someone here would know, and you nailed it old.Shot some oil in the intake and it took cacre of it.No paint spraying wiyh this old war-horse so it shouldn't be an issue. Thanks for taking the time......Ray

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02-12-2014 10:13:32

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 Re: ot 1948 air compressor in reply to ramos, 02-12-2014 10:04:01  
Your welcome. Always happy to help if and when I can. Was not sure if what I said would or would not work but knew it was worth a try

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