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AndrewMi

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  1. @dnl42 I'll probably have to be a lot more careful when cleaning, I must of pushed the needle really hard to make a crack like that
  2. I think that could be what I did, when I clean it I do accidently release the trigger when it's pulled back soemtimes. It's just something I'm going to have to try not to do next time. Thanks for you advice
  3. Photo of cracked nozzle Hi I've had my airbrush (sparmax SP-35) for about 2 months now and today, it started blowing bubbles in the cup. On closer inspection, I could see a crack on the nozzle. I was wondering how this could of happened and how to prevent it happening again. I haven't dropped the airbrush or removed the nozzle and clean it thoroughly after every use.
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