Question about Air Tools & Compressors
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I believe in your model of air compressor, when you take apart the head portion to your compressor you should have four reed valves. When you have it apart, there should be two "grooves" on the bottom "plate" and two "grooves" on the top plate (where the reed valves go). the bottom part is easy (as you should already know) to set in the reed valves, but as i have also found out, as you probably have, that its a little more difficult to line up the other reed valves to thier "grooves" on the upper "plate". What you do to make sure that they stay in place is dab a little oil or grease on the reeds and place them in the upper "plate grooves" and carefully set the upper plate back in place where it goes on the compressor. It will hold them in place long enough to install it on the compressor and the small amount of grease that was there will quickly be burned up with no effect to the opperation to the machine.
Sorry, long winded explanation. hope this helps and if it didnt get to you soon enough i hope it helps out in the future. :-D
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
Hi ,Crazy horse. information perfect . with a14.5 inch pully on the compressor and amotor running at 3450 rpm you can get with a 5 inch pully----1189.6 revs per min ---- with a 4 1/2 pully ---1071..6 revs per min so you hve to decide whether you want the max or the min from that compressor... If it was for me I would use the 5in . and set psi. with the cut in ---cut out switch ,this will be a good unit ,,if you need any more help don`t hesitate to call and thanks for the opportunityto help it is great when some one gives you good info .you did well
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
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Good luck on this one. I own 2 jobmate compressors, one I bought and used very little before it blew apart and another a freind gave me to use for parts. Guess what the same part failed on both and I know of at ;east three more that also failed the same way.
I gave up trying to deal with Canadian Tire and Jobemate and junked them, as though they weren't junk to begin witn. You get what you pay for. I have a new Hausefield compressor and it is fantastic.
Posted on Jun 22, 2010
Hey tony you got a headache there is a Pn# 1-877-888-3872 to order parts direct From sunrise or known job mate i talked to Canadian tire about this product they dumped 3 years ago because the compressor heads were not verey reliable to many returns or repair problems Not worth fixing
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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