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Eclipes CS not spraying with head cap off

Discussion in 'Troubleshooting!' started by mitchwyn, Jan 28, 2018.


  1. mitchwyn

    mitchwyn Young Tutorling

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    HI All Im new to airbrushing with my head cap off. ( Protector Cap) it will not spray. Cap on sprays good. Trying for better detail.
    Any Clue???
    Thanks for any help
  2. Darren

    Darren Needle-chuck Ninja

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    Are you sure that you are removing just the very end piece? Removing the end cap will make no difference to weather it sprays or not, there is no way removing it can stop it from spraying.
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    Mr.Micron Royal pain in the air hose Admin

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    Part number 1 is the crown cap , That is the only one you remove if you are want to see how close you are to the painting surface and to clean tip dry off, Is part number 2 comes off the airbrush will not paint at all.

    Now hope on over to the introduction section and tell us about yourself and your equipment . you will find that section here :http://www.airbrushforum.org/introductions/
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    mitchwyn Young Tutorling

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    Thank you both.
    Yes Its a newby mistake I was taking both ends off not just the crown..
    I will do my intro soon.
    Thanks again
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    Darren Needle-chuck Ninja

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    No problem, look forward to seeing some of your work soon.

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