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healthyliving.azcentral.com/troubleshoot-bicycle-pump-4953...

Bicycle pumps take a real beating. You force them, push on them, knock them around and take them everywhere with you on your bike, collecting all kinds of dirt and crud. It's a wonder they work at all. Several reoccurring problems with bike pumps are usually simple to fix, and other problems that will require you to ...

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If you're close by a not-snotty bike store, you could schlep your bike and pump down there and ask them to show you how to pump up your bike. Bring a 6-pack of beer for the guys in the shop and/or buy something. posted by Opposite George at 11:56 AM on January 24, 2013

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If you have a bike pump with the classic Schrader setup, you'll need to make some adjustments to get the pump to work with your Presta valve bike. Step 1 Check that the pump hose is fully attached to the body of the pump and is not loose.

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I suggest borrowing a pump with a pressure gauge and pumping up your tyres with that. Then try your gauge once you know the tyre pressure. Bike shops and a lot of cyclists have a floor pump because they work better than the little portable pumps than most cyclists carry. And those have a gauge on them that's usually fairly accurate.

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Difficulty inflating my bike tire. Ask Question 6. When trying to inflate my bike tire, I pump maybe 5 times then it gets difficult for me to pump because the handle is hard to pump? ... It sounds like your pump is not on the valve properly, so instead of inflating the tire you're just pressurizing the inside of your pump. ... Will this work ...

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The most common problems with bike pumps involve faulty seals. Over time, the internal pressure created in a pump can cause leaks where the hose connects to the base or the head. When this happens, air leaks out with every pump, making it extremely difficult to fill tires. Another issue is a poor seal around the head.

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OK, so I've had the pump a year, always worked fine. The other day, however, it decides to throw a wobbly. Basically it seems to push the air out into the tyre properly, but then it "self inflates ...

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It is both a mini-pump and a CO2 inflator combined. After repeated tries using this pump, I finally gave up. Fortunately, I also had my my trusty Lezyne Trigger Speed Drive CO2 and was able to fill my tire up enough to finish my ride. The Speed Drive CO2 has a press-fit chuck end and NOT the threaded style…thank goodness.