No you need to PULL lol um to get it out i use water before i put needle in i use water as well
How do you fix a broken ball pump needle
you need a balloon and a needle like a pump needle or a cooking needle. blow the balloon up to the max and use a paperclip to keep the air in the balloon. then cut off the tip of the balloon. afterwards use it to keep the needle in the balloon then put the needle in the ball take the clip off and wait. it might not inflate it all the way up but it will do some good until you get a real pump.
Standard bicycle pump or soccer ball pump will do as long as it has a needle attachment.
You get a soccer ball pump needle a stick it into a balloon and it will inflate
An air pump they come with a needle that can stick in the ball (if it doesn't come with one you can pay). Or air compressors sometimes work with a needle for it too
With any pump that has a ball needle. The hole is in the center of the bottom section.
You add air to it by using a pump. Or if it has a hole in it, stitch u the hole or by a new ball.
You either cut a hole, or when you pump the ball, put the tube in and then when it is almost out, leave it there. It should make a hissing sound and you should be able to feel some air blowing. you kill it with a kitchen knife you pop it or take the needle outof the pump to blow it up and just leave it in the basketball
Screw it in using the threads on the needle and pump.
You can pump it with a bicycle pump with the needle.
No. The needle is getting stuck because you have it hanging too far out. If your needle pushes too deep into the skin it snags.
If they are of a professional type (match ball quality) There will be a laced area which covers a small valve - its here the pump with the correct fitting is used - If its a basic retail quality they have a valve similar to that of a bicycle tyre and its here you pump it up