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Old 02-19-14, 12:49 PM
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Originally Posted by Murray Missile View Post
The scale on the gauge may go to 150 PSI but the compressor's regulator is probably set to shut off at a much lower pressure such as 70 PSI so the compressor doesn't run unnecessarily. Auto and truck tires would rarely need more than 50 PSI. The air chuck on the compressor you were using may have been worn or dirty as well causing a leak when you try to fill your AZ.
Thank you, that makes it more clear to me.
For me it worked at last once I've used a handy compressor in moderate temperature. (post#8)
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