Question about Campbell Hausfeld Air Tools & Compressors
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Although I do not have a Craftsman, I have taken severl othe brands apart. They all seem to be much the same. You do not need specialized tool. You just have to be mechanically savey. I think the grease has thickened up too much so taking it apart and cleaning it should do the trick. Start at the working end end and separate the front end. Work on a clean bench where little items (screws, ball bearings etc) won't roll off and get lost. When the two parts are separated, you should see the hammer mechanizm and a lot of grease. remove and clean everything that you can. Re-lube the mechanizm with a light lube grease and re-assemble. Turn the socket drive by hand to make sure everything is free, then apply a liberal application of air tool oil to the air port of the gun and attach an air line and give it a try . Put a load on the socket to check for impact functioning properly. I hope this helps
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
put a bunch of hydraulic oil in it and this will lubricate the seals inside to form a more uniformed seal it will stop leaking air.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
It is not the best brand but, it should work for a few projects. Increase the air flow and make sure it is lubercated. It is designed to shoot nails into soft wood, like pine. It could be a o-ring blown or damaged, which is easy and inexpensive to repair. Good luck. Phil.
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
I just bought one of these also. Manual says oil goes into "the air inlet" which I'm thinking is where you attach the hose. That way the oil is sprayed throughout the interior of the gun once you run air through it.
Question for you: I can't get an impact socket onto this gun, almost seems like the square hole is too small. (yes, both are 1/2" drive). How do you get a socket on this stupid thing?
(man that sounds like I'm an idiot, but I've spent a half hour leaning all my body wight, wiggling, etc. and can't get a damn socket on)
Posted on Jun 20, 2010
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