Question about Campbell Hausfeld FP209499 3 Gallon Air Compressor
Worked fine fore and just stopped.absolute no power tried different outlets and also tried connecting directly without extension cord.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Friend had some pressure regulators and one of them fit. It is also a step up from a direct replacement OEM part. Thank you for your responce to my question.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
SOURCE: Campbell Hausfeld 13 gal air
Your problem is most likely because of damage to the valve plate or piston & cylinder. If one or both of these are not working properly you'll get partial pressure and the unit won't turn off because the tank never comes up to full pressure. Things to check for are damage to the reeds on the valve plate, they could be bent from overheating or broken from use or wear or damage to the piston seal which can cause damage to the cylinder. If any of these aren't sealing properly the air pressure will come up to a point where the air leaks out faster than it goes into the tank. Without your particular model number I don't know which parts to recommend but if you contact Campbell Hausfeld they'll help you get the right parts.
Posted on May 12, 2011
You compressor is listed as being oil free. The only liquids that could possibly leak out of the motor (if still from factory condition) is black substance from overheated capacitor/s or grease from a failing bearing. Remove capacitor covers and check for failed cap. Motor bearings will become noisy before failure. Capacitors are available from motor repair shops and many times on ebay. Replace with same uf rating and same or higher voltage. Some caps are larger /smaller with same reading (notice size so cap cover will fit). Good luck
Posted on Jul 11, 2011
No Fuse However this model is known for having the switch go bad. You can check it with a meter or Continunity tester with the unit unplugged
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Posted on Aug 12, 2011
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