The user manual is easily found, and actually quite short. I do read all manuals, especially tools. It was a short read.
Drain Excess Water
The darn thing is a bit heavy. There is an air tank and the compressor on top. I heard the sloshing of water inside. There is a drain plug underneath but when opened noting drained out. I used an awl to poke it and a lot of brown water came out. Now the compressor is a bit lighter.
You plug it in and start it up. The compressor is a bit loud, but it started increasing pressure, which you can see on the air pressure dial. At 150psi it stopped. I let some air out and it automatically restarted, stopping at 150 psi. Cool.
Faulty Quick Connector Bodies
There are two quick connector bodies for two tools. I think they are 1/4″. As the tools usually need less than 150 psi you use the regulator to slowly add air pressure to the tools. As I increased the regulator I heard loud sounds of air escaping. Once the cover was removed (4 torx screws), I added soapy water to all fittings.
How to use air tools
I found a longish but useful youtube video about air tools starting from the basics, by Leah of seejanedrill. Starting from the basics, it is really good. I appreciate her simplicity, because I knew very little.
More to Buy
I’ll need to get a hose and fittings, as well as the pin nailer I have wanted for a long time, but I am much further along than I was before.