how to test for leak in pump

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  1. justanotherguy

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    i recently bought a new brake bleeding kit containing a brass metal hand pump. i have fitted my couplers and hoses etc.. all seem to fine. i can't get any suction though. i can place the coupler end on my skin and give a few pumps and receive and maintain a vaccum, but when i connect to the cylander, i loose vaccum. the female coupler is new and made of metal. is it possible the cylinder could be wrecked? is there any way of testing what exactly is defective before i purchase any more parts?
     
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    tried the couplers together w/o the cylinder and vaccum was good. guess i'll start shopping for a new cylinder.
     
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    Before you rush out and speen money needlessly, are you sure it's trhe cylinder? You say you lose prssure, so I assume you pump up ok, but after a while the pressure falls off? First of all, check the connections to make sure they're air tight. Then makesure your pubs are trimmed around the base whrere the cylinder sits; it's surprising how much air can get in with just a few rogue hairs trapped inside. Also use a heavy lube/cream to help withthe seal
     
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    thanks Seahorse,

    no hairs I'm shaved. and no pressure to get a pump. I started at the pump itself and added componets until there was no pressure. that was the tube.

    i was hoping to be able to silicone the top cap and around the coupler hole to patch it while i await a new tube?

    beleive me, I was thorough in my searching for a remedy to my current system rather than spending 140 US on a new tube
     
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    Agree with Seahorses. Make sure your seal between yourself and the pump is leak proof. And as long as the rubber seals are good it should work fine.
     
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    Was it a NW Pump works tube?
     
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    yes it was a NW tube. i think the metal hand pump that broke was from them too.

    siliconed around the top of the tube and i am able to keep vacuum. i will still invest in a 2" diam tube as well.


    I will take a pic of the tube so that you can see where the vacuum leak was.

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