Question about Air Tools & Compressors
90 degree elbow fitting for air compressor head
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
use teflon tape on the elbow if you did the back it off put some more on it and stop when its snugged facing the right direction now ive torqued them things pretty tight my self they don't strip that easy
Posted on Feb 16, 2008
SOURCE: Hookup at water supply
I do believe so. Check your installation guide for more info. If you purchased a water line designed for dishwashers, it should have the 90º elbow included.
Posted on Apr 27, 2008
Campbell hausfeld has all their manuals on line at www.chpower.com / you can enter the model # of the whole unit or just the # of the pump. Also you can enter just a partial number example wl650 for a list of models is that range. Use caution when installing gaskets for chpower oiless pumps. Some of their gaskets are very brittle. After installing parts, turn pump by hand to make sure all parts are in their proper place and that there is suction. Enjoy
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
You can usually only get about 18 gallons in a 19 gallon tank and you likely have 4 gallons left in it when the gauge reads empty
Posted on May 04, 2009
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
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