I'm trying to find the source of a problem I run into all the time. I can't get consistent flow of paint from my airbrush. Before I go into details, here's the basics: Airbrush: Paasche TG-3F with .63mm head/needle Paint: Auto-Air Candy2O with proper mix of 4030 Environment: garage with temps between 50 and 70. Air: California Air Tools 15020C compressor, with regulator at around 30 to 35psi Details: I simply cannot get even flow. It's not having sudden changes, but it just comes and goes. Sometimes I have to pull all the way back, sometimes only a little. Fortunately I haven't had any bursts yet (like a jam clearing and causing a paint explosion), but the flow changes over 10 to 20 seconds of use in which I constantly have to spray off to the side and rapily move the trigger from 0 to full and back several times. I can't tell if this is an issue of the way the paint is mixed, the way I clean between colors, or just a problem with the airbrush itself. I've been very tempted to hook up a second regulator at the airbrush, and then put my air blaster at 90psi on another hose and then just blast alcohol through the thing, but I'm guessing that will only cause more trouble. I have some restorer, and am going to try and let that do it's job. If anyone has any suggestions on how I can figure out where I'm going wrong here, I'd love to know. If I can't get this flow problem fixed, I'm not going to be able to do more than gradients.