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150 PSI        6 CFM         M

odel

 12V6CF

Serial No. ___________________

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Questions?

As a manufacturer, we are com-

mitted to providing you complete 

customer satisfaction.  If you have 

questions, or find there are missing 

or damaged parts, we will guaran-

tee you complete satisfaction.  To 

avoid unnecessary delays, contact 

your dealer immediately

         CAUTION:

Read all safety precautions and 

instructions in the manual carefully 

OWNER’S MANUAL

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WARRANTY

Voltair, Inc. warrants the Voltair against defective workmanship and parts in accordance with the warranty given to 
us by our suppliers for one full year.  If during the warranty period it is thought that the unit becomes inoperative 
due to a defect, the Voltair needs to be returned to the dealer to determine the proper course of action.  The dealer 
shall contact Voltair, Inc. regarding a warranty inspection or replacement.  Voltair, Inc. reserves the right to void 
any warranty claim if the Voltair has been altered, shows bad maintenance, shows abuse, or has been dismantled 
without proper authorization.  Voltair, Inc. can request that the unit be returned for inspection.  Voltair will not war-
ranty and is not liable for improper installation.  Improper installation can be the result of poor judgment in running 
power to the compressor, not installing a circuit breaker or not using a DOT approved air storage tank.

VOLTAIR, INC.  IS NOT RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR INDIRECT, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAM-

AGES ARISING  OUT  OF  OR  IN  CONNECTION  WITH  THE  USE  OR  PERFORMANCE  OF  THE  PRODUCT 

OR OTHER DAMAGES WITH RESPECT TO ANY ECONOMIC LOSS, LOSS OF PROPERTY, LOSS OF REV-

ENUES OR PROFITS, LOSS OF ENJOYMENT OR USE, COSTS OF REMOVAL, INSTALLATION OR OTHER 

CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF WHATSOEVER NATURE.

Voltair, Inc.,  Henderson, NE  

 


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

      WARNING

:  

Please read through these instructions before installing the 12-Voltair air compressor

IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ................................................................................................. 4
BEFORE YOU BEgIN
 

PICTURE DIAgRAM ...................................................................................................................5

INSTALLATION
 

ASSEMBLY .................................................................................................................................. 6

 

OIL ................................................................................................................................................. 6

 

FINDINg A LOCATION FOR THE 12-VOLTAIR .......................................................................7

 

DRILLINg/SECURINg ................................................................................................................7

 

ELECTRICAL 

 

 

gROUND WIRE, POSITIVE WIRE ............................................................................. 8

 

 

BATTERY FACTS 

(helping you pick the best battery for you)

.......................................... 8

 

 

TOggLE SWITCH (OPTIONAL) .................................................................................. 9

 

 

CIRCUIT BREAkER (OPTIONAL) ............................................................................... 9

 

PLUMBINg AIR STORAgE TO YOUR COMPRESSOR

 

 

CHOOSINg THE RIgHT SIzE AIR TANk .................................................................. 10

 

 

FINDINg A LOCATION FOR AN AIR TANk ............................................................... 10

OPERATION AND ADJUSTMENT .......................................................................................................... 11
MAINTENANCE ........................................................................................................................................ 11
WIRINg DIAgRAM ................................................................................................................................... 12
TROUBLESHOOTINg .............................................................................................................................. 13
WARRANTY CARD .................................................................................................................................. 15

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IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

    WARNING:  To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric shock, or injury to persons, read the following important safety 

precautions and information before operating this air compressor.

1.

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BEFORE YOU BEgIN

Thank you for selecting the 12-VOLTAIR air compressor.  The 12-VOLTAIR is a heavy duty air compressor designed to let 

you accomplish most air related jobs away from the shop.

For safety and benefit, read this manual carefully before using the 12-VOLTAIR.  

Air Filter

Pressure Switch

Oil Fill / Oil Dipstick

Pop Off Safety Valve

Quick Coupler Outlets

Storage Tank Inlet

Solenoid

Attach Positive Wire Here

Oil Drain

Attach ground Wire Here

Adjust Belt Tension Here

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ASSEMBLY

Be sure to check over the 12-Voltair and inspect for any damages.

1. Side Latches

Use the provided 1/4” x 1” bolt, lock washer and nut to secure the anchor bracket to the 

outside of the compressor.  Once the anchor bracket has been secured use the 1/4” x 

1 1/4” bolt and 1/4” lock nut to secure the rubber hold down in-between the ears of the 

anchor bracket.

2. Quick Coupler

Install the threaded nipple and quick coupler into the right side of the compressor 

through the two holes of the 12-Voltair cabinet.

3.  Remove Service Panel- remove the 7 screws that hold the front service panel on the 12-Voltair.  Once removed, 

there is no need to reattach until your installation is complete.  

4. Check Belt Tension- Although the 12-Voltair has been shipped with the proper amount of belt tension, please 

check to make sure that it has not come loose during shipping.

5. Check Oil- The 12-Voltair is not shipped with any oil.  It takes approximately 2 cups of oil to fill compressor to the 

full level on the dipstick.  Do not overfill.  See specs below on what oil should be used.

   

-20F - 70F (-7C - 21C)    10W non detergent compressor oil

   

50F - 110F (10C - 73C)    30W non detergent compressor oil

   

-20F - 110F (-7C - 73C)    40W synthetic non detergent compressor oil

Voltair recommends the use of synthetic non detergent compressor oil for year around use

.  

Amsoil is just one manufacturer that can provide this oil (800) 96-69 - part #PCKQT

   

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Rubber Hold Down

1/4” x 1 1/4” Bolt

1/4” Lock Nut

Anchor Bracket

1/4” x 1” Bolt

Cabinet side

1/4” Nut

 


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In finding a location for your compressor...
 

1. Find a location in which the 12-Voltair can get adequate ventilation.

 

2. Find a location in which the 12-Voltair will not be overly exposed to dirt and dust.

 

3. Find a location in which the 12-Voltair can be properly fastened to ensure that it does not shift.

 

4. Check the underside to make sure that any drilling of holes will not interfere with existing lines or structure.

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  To eliminate any potential problems, 

Voltair recommends adding extra protection around the wires and hose (such 
as running the wires and hose through another hose, or use a rubber grommet).  
However you decide, drill a hole at least 1/8” bigger than the outside diameter  
of the hose/wires that will be run through the floor of your location.

 

Once the 12-Voltair is securely fastened to the vehicle go to next page.

FINDINg A LOCATION

Once you have decided on a location for the 12-Voltair...

 

1) Set the unit into position

 

 

2) Mark the 3 holes on the right side of the compressor base  

 

onto the floor of your location.

 

 

3) Mark the 4 mounting holes of the base of the 12-Voltair on  

 

the floor of your location 

 

4) Set the unit aside and get ready to drill some holes

5) Drill your holes
 

 

- 3/8” hole for 5/16” x 1 1/2” mounting bolts

 

 

- holes for electrical and plumbing

 
6) Once your holes are drilled, move the 12-Voltair back into position 
and use the provided 5/16” x 1 1/2” bolts, lock washer and nut to 
secure it to the floor.  If possible also drill through the side of the 
12-Voltair cabinet to secure it at a higher point.
 

a) Deck Mount- use all 4 mounting holes in base of the 12- 

 

Voltair frame.

 

b) Bed Side Mount- use at least 2 of the for mounting    

 

holes on the base of the 12-Voltair as well as 2    

 

 

holes higher up  on the back of cabinet as shown in the    

 

above diagram.

Here is an example of securing the cabinet ‘at a 

higher point’ for a bed side mount

Here is an example of 

protecting wires by either 

using ‘another hose’ or 

‘rubber grommet.’

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Mounting Holes

ground Wire

Air Line

Positive Wire

 


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ELECTRICAL

W

hat Size of Wire Should I Use?  A minimum of 4 gauge copper battery cable should be used for both positive and ground 

wire lengths up to 15 foot.  For lengths of 15’ - 30’ use 2 gauge or 1 O  copper wire

GROUnd WIRe
IN most cases a short ground cable from the 12-Voltair to the frame of your vehicle is sufficient.  When securing a ground 
to the frame of a vehicle be sure to sand/grind metal ‘shinny’ to ensure that the ground makes good contact.  REMEMBER: 
When working with 12-Volt DC your positive connection is only as good as your ground.  In other words, if you have a ‘weak’ 
ground connection you will not be able to get peak energy through the positive wire to the 
12-Voltair.
 
 

Step 1  Run the wire from the bottom of the vehicle up through  

 

the back hole of the 12-Voltair base. 

 

Step 2  Strip back about 3/4” of the outer covering of the  

 

battery cable and attach and secure to the ‘loose’ copper lug,  

 

at the base of the motor, by either soldering or crimping.  

 

Wrap the connection with electrical tape to complete the job, ‘well done!’

 

Step 3  Secure to the bolt on the base of the motor

 

Step 4  Run other end of the ground wire along frame of vehicle to ground location and secure.  Be sure to use    

 

plastic tie straps to secure wire against frame.

POSITIVe WIRe
This wire should be run directly from the battery of the vehicle to the left side of the solenoid in the 12-Voltair. When running 
this wire be sure to keep it away from moving parts and exhaust.  kEEP IN MIND that if the outer sheath of the battery cable 
wears through and makes contact with metal it will create a short and could cause major damage.

 

Step 1  Run wire from the bottom of the vehicle up through the front hole of the 12-Voltair base.   

 

Step 2  Strip back about 3/4” of the outer covering of the battery cable and attach and secure to the copper  

 

 

lug by either soldering or crimping.  Wrap the connection with electrical tape to complete the job, ‘well done!’

 

Step 3  Attach to the left side of the solenoid.  Be sure that the copper eyelet is not making contact with any  

 

 

other metal objects.

 

Step 4  Run other end of positive wire along frame of vehicle to the positive side of the battery.  Be sure to use    

 

plastic tie straps to secure wire against frame.  DO NOT USE WIRE.

BATTeRY FACTS
1. The OEM (Original Equipment Battery) that came with the purchase of your vehicle is only designed to keep up with the 
demand of the vehicle.  For optimum performance, Voltair recommends replacing your battery with a battery that is rated 
with 120 or more minutes of reserve.
2. The alternator that comes standard in most vehicles will charge between 40-50 amps at a vehicle idle.  Since the Voltair 
draws 80 amps when in use, Voltair recommends a good battery and in some cases a second battery maybe necessary. 
3. Voltair recommends a battery with 120 or more minutes of reserve.  The 12-Voltair air compressor does not need cranking 
amps for optimum performance, but it does need battery reserve.
4. Over time a battery’s ability to hold a full charge greatly diminishes.  A lead battery may need to be replaced every 2 years 
and an optima battery may need to be replaced every 4 years.
5. If you are using or planning to use the 12-Voltair for more than 3-4 hours on a day-to-day basis adding a second battery 
will help in achieving optimum performance

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ELECTRICAL  

(o P T i o n A l )

TOGGLe SWITCH

The Voltair is designed/manufactured with the solenoid activating the pressure switch.  By default, when the pressure switch 
is in the on position, the Voltair will run whether the vehicle ignition is on or off.  If your system would drop below 125 PSI, 
the compressor would kick on and run until the pressure reached 150- regardless of whether or not you are in the vehicle or 
not.  To avoid this, Voltair, Inc. recommends installing a remote toggle switch and powering this switch with a keyed ignition 
power source.  This way, the 12-Voltair will only run if both this switch and ignition are in the on position.

To turn the 12-Voltair on and off from a convenient location (i.e.- inside your vehicle) follow the steps below

 

Step 1  Run an 18 gauge wire from the bottom of the vehicle up through one of the three holes of the 12-   

 

 

Voltair.

 

Step 2  Remove the wire from the left side of the solenoid (the same terminal that the wire from the vehicle  

 

 

is hooked to) and connect to the wire you just pulled up.

 

Step 3  Run the other end of the 18 gauge wire to the location (wherever you see fit to put the toggle switch)  

 

 

of the toggle switch and connect to one of the terminals.

 

Step 4  Run a wire from the other terminal of the toggle switch to a 12-volt power source. Preferably a power  

 

 

source that only has power when the keyed ignition is in the on position.  Consult your automobile manufacture to  

 

 

assist you in locating a 12 VDC power source, that only has power when the ignition is in the ‘on’ position.

YOUR SWITCH SHOULd Be ReAdY TO GO

CIRCUIT BReAkeR

One way to protect against the positive wire shorting is installing a circuit breaker.  Voltair recommends 
a 150 amp circuit breaker.  AW Direct is just one dealer who can be reached at (800) 243-3194 Part 
#SCB-150.  This is a device that is mounted right next to your battery that will trip in the event that 
you have a wire that would short out.

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PLUMBINg

Choosing the right size air storage tank.  How much air storage you need can vary from task to task.  In most cases a 
10 gallon tank is adequate for filling/changing 1-2 tires at a time.  Anything larger than 40 gallons is not recommended by 
Voltair.  See chart below to help you determine how much air storage you need.

Choosing a location for your air storage tank.  The great thing about air is that the inlet and outlet are one in the 
same.  It is possible to plumb 2 or three tanks together with minimal fittings and confusion (see diagram 8.4)
If you are mounting an air tank in an out of the way place then running your air hose from the compressor to your air stor-
age through the floor is the best way to go.  This hose will be run through the middle hole of the 12-Voltair base.

 

Step 1  Mount tank. See chart to determine how much air storage you need

 

Step 2  Anytime an air storage tank is to be mounted on a mobile vehicle, Voltair recommends using a D.O.T.  

 

(Department of Transportation) approved air storage tank.  (i.e.- brake tanks from semi trucks)

 

Step 3  Remove plug on bottom of manifold where the two quick couplers were screwed into

 

Step 4  Run hose from the bottom of the vehicle up through the middle hole of the 12-Voltair base and attach to  

 

manifold where plug was removed.

 

Step 5  Connect the other end of the hose to the air storage tank.

VOLTAIR, InC. ReCOmmendS USInG A d.O.T APPROVed AIR STORAGe TAnkS

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Time It Take To Fill Air Storage Tank

10 Gallon

20 Gallon

30 Gallon

40 Gallon

0-150 PSI

3 min

6 min

9 min

12 min

125-150 PSI

45 sec

90 sec

2 min 15 sec

3 min

Notes

Minimum Size

Maximum Size

Tank        Tank           Tank

   1 

        2                 3

Air Hose Plumbing

A couple ideas for where to mount air tanks are

 

1) Remove Spare Tire

 

2) Along Frame Rails 

 


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MAINTENANCE

Under optimum conditions you can count on your 12-Voltair to provide “Air Where And When You Need It!” for a long, long 

time. 

Check the items below atleast once a year or every 300 hours of use.

 

Check air filter and replace as needed

 

Check oil level

 

 

Drain oil and replace if using a petroleum based non-detergent compressor oil

 

 

If you are using a synthetic based compressor oil  drain oil every 3 years or 600 hours

 

Check Belt to make sure that it there is adequate belt tension

 

Check pump pulley to make sure that side flanges are securely fastened

 

Remove any debris that may have fallen inside the case of the 12-Voltair

 

Check positive (wire attached to left terminal of solenoid) to make sure that there is not any excessive wear and is  

 

 

still securely fastened.

 

Check plumbing to make sure that there are not any air leaks

To order parts consult your dealer or call (402) 723-4985

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WIRINg

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OPTIONAL 

REMOTE SWITCH

OPTIONAL 

12 VdC POWeR SOURCe
This can be any 12 power source.  There are two types 
of power sources.
1- Direct- This is a power source that has continuous 12 
VDC whether the ignition is on or off.  The disadvantage 
of  this  is  that  if  the  switch  is  left  on  over  the  weekend 
and an air leak were to develop- the 12-Voltair will run 
to maintain air pressure and may leave you with a dead 
battery when you get back.
2- Ignition Controlled- This is a power source that only 
has 12 VDC power when the keyed ignition is in the on 
position.  The advantage of this is that the 12-Voltair will 
only  run  when  the  ignition  in  on.    Consult  your  vehicle 
manufacture to help you locate an ignition controlled 12 
VDC.

Disconnect  (red  dotted)  wire 

from the solenoid and reattach 

to the  wire that goes from the 

pressure  switch  to  the  wire 

(green dotted) that goes to the 

toggle switch.

Follow this line if you are not using a circuit 
breaker.

Use this dotted line if you are using a circuit 
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TROUBLESHOOTINg

mY 12-VOLTAIR nOT RUn

 

1. Check if the switch on the pressure switch is in the auto (down) position

 

2. Check the air pressure.  If you have more than 120 PSI in the compressor, the compressor will not kick in  

 

and run until the pressure has dropped below 120 PSI
 

Before proceeding with this troubleshooting guide, be sure to disconnect the wire on the right 

side of the solenoid.  This is the wire that goes to the inside of the motor.

 

3. Do you have a toggle switch? If not skip to 4.

 

 

- Check if the toggle switch is in the on position

 

 

- Check your wiring against the wire diagram on previous page

 

 

- Check with a volt meter that you have voltage on at least one side of the switch (10-14 VDC) when the    

 

 

switch is in the off position

 

 

- Check to see if you have voltage on both sides of the switch when the switch is in the on position 

 

 

4. Do you have a circuit breaker? If not skip to 5.

 

 

- Check to see if there is a reset on the circuit breaker

 

 

- Check to see if you have voltage on both sides of the circuit breaker (10-14 VDC)

 

5. Check to see if the solenoid is working

 

 

- Make sure the circuit breaker is engaged, the remote switch is on

 

 

- Make sure the switch is in the off position

 

 

- Put you hand on the top side of the solenoid with one hand and turn the switch on the pressure switch    

 

 

on with the other hand.  You should feel a click.  If not you possibly have a bad solenoid.  Double check    

 

 

with the next step  

(Be sure the wire on the right side of the solenoid is disconnected)

 

 

- With a volt meter check the solenoid using the two different sceneries

Scenario

Left Post

Top Post

Right Post

Circuit breaker on

Remote Switch on

Pressure switch off

10-14 VDC

0 VDC

0 VDC

Circuit breaker on

Remote Switch on

Pressure switch on

10-14 VDC

10-14 VDC

10-14 VDC

 

dIAGnOSIS

 

 

- If you don’t get voltage on the top post in scenario #2 you have a bad pressure switch

 

 

- If you don’t get voltage of the right post in scenario #2 you have a bad solenoid

 

6. Was the compressor running and just quit?

 

 

- If the motor overheated (surface temp over 190F) than the thermal protector will have shut the    

 

 

 

system down until the temperature drops below 170F.  This may take up to 30 minutes.  WARNING:   

 

 

 

This is an automatic reset thermal protector- If all switches are on, and the thermal protector resets it  

 

 

 

will run without any warning.  Never put hand in the box without first disconnecting the power.

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TROUBLESHOOTINg

mY 12-VOLTAIR SHAkeS A LOT.
 

1. Check to make sure there is adequate belt tension.  You should have anywhere from 1/4” - 3/8” movement  

 

 

when applying 50% pressure to the belt directly between the motor and pump pulleys

 

2. Check to make sure that the motor and compressor are securely fastened to the frame.  Make sure that bolts    

 

have not come loose.

mY 12-VOLTAIR RUnS BUT IS nOT ABLe TO PUmP UP AnY PReSSURe
 

1. Check to see if you have any external air leaks

 

 

- Disconnect any air storage tanks and plug tank supply line and run compressor to see if pressure  

 

 

 

builds up

 

 

- If this fixes the problem you have a leak that needs to be fixed

mY 12-VOLTAIR jUST STARTS - STOPS - STARTS - STOPS
 

1. You probably don’t have an external air storage supply tank.  The compressor is shutting down with 150  

 

 

 

PSI in the air lines and a small leak is draining the pressure down to 125 PSI and the compressor is  

 

 

 

kicking back on to build the pressure back up to 150 PSI.

mY COmPReSSOR RUnS FAST AT BeGInnInG BUT SOUndS LIke IT SLOWS dOWn AFTeR IT HAS RUn FOR 5, 
10, 15 mInUTeS.
 

BATTERY

 

 

STEP 1  Recharge battery to make sure you have a good full charge if the problem still exists- STEP 2

 

 

STEP 2  Replace battery with a new battery.  See battery facts on page 8 - if this does not  

 

 

 

fix that problem- STEP 3 

 

 

STEP 3  Check your alternator.  

 

 

 

OPTION 1- Take it to a mechanic for him to check

 

 

 

OPTION 2- With an DC amp meter and the vehicle running, check the wire between the battery    

 

 

 

and the alternator to see if the alternator is charging

WHen RUnnInG THe 12-VOLTAIR FOR exTended PeRIOdS OF TIme, mY VeHICLe jUST SHUTS OFF
 

BATTERY- check the steps above to diagnose a problem

HOW dO I AdjUST mY PReSSURe SWITCH

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WARR ANTY

12-Voltair Warranty Card

Voltair, Inc. would like to congratulate you on your purchase of the best 12 Volt Air compressor on the market.  Please 

take the time to fill out this information and return to Voltair, Inc. By filling out this form we can help keep track of your 

purpose as well as assist us in learning how this product is being used.

Name

Address 

 

 

 

      City  

 

      State 

 

 

      zip

Phone Number   

 

 

    Fax Number   

 

    E-mail

mOdeL # 12V6CF

SeRIAL #

 

located on the right side of the base of the 12-Voltair, just below the back of the motor

 

1. Who Installed the 12-Voltair   

 

 

  Customer    Dealer

 

 

 

 

 

 

2. How often do you plan to use your 12-Voltair?  

  Daily       

  Weekly           Monthly       

      

 

         

3. What of the following best describes the area in which you will be operating this compressor? 

Check all that apply

 Aerial

 Management Co.’s

 Off-road

 Aerial

 Forestry

 Oil field/Gas 

 Auto Parts stores

 Fuel/Lube

 Road Repair

 Catalog firms

 Government

 Rural Fire Departments

 Companies with fleet of vehicles

 Law Enforcement

 Towing Associations

 Contractor

 Manufacturer OEM

 Towing Companies

 Crane

 Military

 Truck parts stores

 Fish & Game Departments

 Mobile Detailing & Trim firms

 Other ____________________

 Fleet Maintenance

 Municipalities

mail Completed Form to

Voltair, Inc.

515 Road 11

York, NE  68467

FAx Completed Form to 

(810) 885-8284

download form from 

www.12-Voltair.com/warrantycard

e-mail Completed Form to

info@12-Voltair.com

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Thank-You  for  your  purchase.    We 
s i nc er ely   ho p e   that   your   12-Vo l tai r 

wi l l   pr ovide   you   wi th   “A i r   W her e 

A nd   W hen   You   n eed   i t! ”

T he   Vo l tai r   Team

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