Q-601: My Forney ITEM# 75546 pressure regulator intermittently leaks air through the top. Why this is happening?
The leak could be caused by too much pressure, an operating temperature issue, or a compressor with too much horsepower. The specs for this regulator are as follows:
- Max inlet pressure: 250 PSIG
- Max operating temperature: 125° F (51.67° C)
- Suitable for use with 1/2 HP to 6 HP compressors
Q-602: Do you carry replacement 1-3/8" diaphragms for CO2 regulator?
Unfortunately, we do not carry that item. A local air-gas supplier may be able to supply one.
Q-700: Is the 0 degree turbo nozzle too aggressive for wood deck cleaning? My pressure washer is a 2400 psi unit.
The 0 degree nozzle can be used for wood deck cleaning, although, care must be taken as it will gouge the wood. It may be better to use a 15 degree nozzle instead.
Q-701: Do I need to buy another part to go with the 75136 pressure washer quick coupler plug?
Q-1000: Are any of your magnetic bit holders "deep" enough to hold a double-ended bit?
Unfortunately, our magnetic bit holders are not deep enough to hold double-ended bits.
Q-1001: Do you carry Magswitch® products?
Forney recently ended our partnership with Magswitch®. Please contact Magswitch® directly for any product inquires. Their telephone number is (303) 468-0662 and their website address is http://magswitch.com.au/.
Q-1002: Can I leave the portable jump start plugged in for several weeks while in the off position?
Do not leave your jump start plugged in for several weeks! The charging process will continue during the time it's plugged in and will, at minimum, damage the battery if not cause other damage.
Q-1003: Do you have any brazing and soldering tips?
Q-1004: Do you have more information on RubyFluid liquid flux and RubyFluid paste flux for soldering?
Yes, see our line of products here: https://www.forneyind.com/search-results?q=rubyfluid
Q-1005: How do I make sure my propane torch is working?
To light your Forney #61542 propane torch:
- Open the valve one turn
- Ignite the torch
- Adjust the flame
If you are having issues getting the propane torch to light and would like to test the piezo igniter (do not test the piezo while it is attached to the bottle), all you have to do is unscrew the brass tip and pull the trigger; you should see a spark. If it sparks, it will light.