20 Most Recent Campbell Hausfeld 5 - HP 80 - Gallon Air Compressor - XP5810 Questions & Answers


Jeff, you can go to the Campbell Hausfield website, and download all of that. You can save it as a PDF file, and just print it yourself.

Campbell... | Answered on Apr 08, 2010


YA YOU CAN DO YOU HAVE A OIL LEAK LD CK THAT IF YOU NEED PATR NUMBERS SEND ME THE MODEL NUBERS AND ILL GETEM FOR YOU AND TELL WERE TO GETEM

Campbell... | Answered on Oct 22, 2009


If you are getting power all the way to the motor and it doesn't even hum, then it's either a bad motor, or it may have an overload in the motor (usually a red or yellow button sticking out the back).

Sometimes the overloads go bad, and you can find them online and replace them yourself if you are handy.

Also make sure the pressure switch is closed.

Campbell... | Answered on Mar 27, 2018


yes, cellulose thinner will dissolve epoxy whilst it is still liquid. Don't let it cure though.

Campbell... | Answered on Jan 13, 2018


Have you drained any of the condensation from the airtank? Pet **** on bottom will drain it when opened.

Campbell... | Answered on Dec 28, 2017


I'd Google the number on the pump or call Campbell directly and ask them. You could also start with a low torque setting any slowly increase the setting as you tightened the bolts in sequence over and over until you feel like you've got them fairly tight. Run it for about ten minutes, allow it to heat up & torque the bolts again.

Campbell... | Answered on Dec 19, 2017


Piston stays down when piston oring is too tight or too loose, discharge air passage is restricted, or check band not in place on outer part of the cylinder. Piston should be easy to push down in cylinder but not just fall all the way down. The check band is usually a band of rubber or an oring that covers a series of small holes drilled into the lower outer portion of the cylinder. Make band out of bike inner tube, or if oring, any oring that fits snugly will work. Good luck

Campbell... | Answered on Nov 07, 2017


I usually just find a work-around when it comes to obsolete gauges. Just leave that gauge there or plug the hole. To gauge tank pressure just remove the safety valve and install a tee fitting, reinstall the safety on one side and thread a gauge on the other fitting. For adjusted pressure gauge, just remove a quick connect and install tee fitting there. Not pretty but works great. Good luck

Campbell... | Answered on Nov 07, 2017


Most all of the manuals for campbell hausfeld tools are found at www.chpower.com , just look for your model number. Also , campbell hausfeld does not make all their pressure washer pumps. Yours may be another brand. To find who makes yours look on ebay. Make search for {pressure washer pump only} and look for one that matches yours. Then look for that breakdown. Good lu ck.

Campbell... | Answered on Nov 07, 2017


Most hardware and auto parts stores have an o-ring selection and will help with sizing.

Campbell... | Answered on Sep 12, 2017


Did you check the oil ? If you forget to put oil in the crankcase, chances are you might have seize the compressor piston.

Campbell... | Answered on Sep 05, 2017


might help to note what its doing??? all info should be on one post. make it informative please

Campbell... | Answered on Jul 02, 2017

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