Everything looked great, besides that the tires on the air compressor had deflated a little bit. Luckily, the apparatus on the bottom was still off the ground.
I haven't tested out the air compressor in a couple months, so it was anyone's guess whether everything would work or not. But I checked the oil and the filter, and everything seemed good.
All of the fluid collected from the air compressor running shot out into a plastic drink cup that I set out (the lid is to reduce splashing). The liquid was a tan color, with amounts of dissolved oil and water making up parts of the solution.
And when the flow eventually ceased, I still left the drain valve open. Compressors should be stored with the drain valve open to release moisture.
This is what the discharge looked like after 5 minutes of use. Surprised at the amount of water that collected?
Check back next week for more updates!