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luftwaffe1

Badger 150 airbrush

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I've had this airbrush for over 10 years and never had this problem. I've cleaned it...checked the compressor...changed needles and nozzles and I still have paint coming out spitting and covering like sand paper. I've searched Google and got a lot of thinning problem but I know this isn't the problem. About 5 yrs ago badger changed out the seal on the inside maybe it's bad again? Just looking for help

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Check the color cup where the stem attaches to the cup, I had mine develop a crack there and it was sucking air through it.

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Has your paint or thinner changed.?

When I switch paints I can run into problems, I get used to airbrushing one type and find another type needs to be done ( thinned, pressure, needle adjust) very differently.

Also check your air pressure and hose.

Humidity change? Moisture in air or hose?

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