Question about Air Tools & Compressors
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: need to replace drain valve
The "welded nut" is the pipe fitting into which the drain valve or drain plug is screwed. It's usually brass and the valve or plug can be obtained through Sears or possibly and good harwarde store. Be sure to use pipe sealing compound or teflon tape on the threads when you re-install the valve or plug.
NOTE - THE AIR MUST BE DRAINED FROM THE TANK BEFORE REMOVING THE VALVE OR PLUG. ALSO, POWER SHOULD BE DISCONNECTED FROM THE COMPRESSOR!
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
sounds like you need a new check valve which should be somewhere between the compressor outlet piping,tubing,etc and the tank which prevents the air in tank to back feed to the compressor which would cause hard starting and could damage the motor easy way to check is when you shut off the compressor with some air in the tank if the check valve is bad it would continue to bleed air out out the unloader valve .the unloader valve on your unit is most likely part of the pressure switch when the unit shuts of it should only bleed down the pressure in the pump so it would make it easy to start when needed hope i didn't confuse you
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
This link will take you to sears web site, where parts are available. I have linked you to the parts list. If this does not take you there, go to www.sears.com and click on the parts direct tab and enter your model number.
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
Most garage curcuits are 15 amp GFI plugs and they won't run most compressors. Drain all of the air out of the tank and see if it runs. If so then you are going to have to add a 20 amp plug for your pump.
Posted on Jan 17, 2010
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