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Cambell hausfeld lt500802 compressor transfuer tube leaks

Needs copper or aluminum tube also check valve

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Not sure how easy it will be to locate repair instructions if they are not in your manual. However maybe the diagram of the pump is all you need. Just click on the first link below. It will open up the pump diagram. #14 is the belt.
I also included the link to the site where you can get a look a at the parts list and order parts for your compressor.
Hope something here helps.
If not please let me know and I'll try and describe the proccess for the belt remove to you.


Pump diagram:
http://www.mastertoolrepair.com/images/WL390100-Pump.jpg


Compressor diagram and parts list:
http://www.mastertoolrepair.com/wl650003-wl650102-wl650102aj-wl650202-wl650601-p-28707.html

Pump parts list:
http://www.mastertoolrepair.com/wl390100-p-17694.html

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SOURCE: Air compressor's safety release valve pops open.

You need to replace the pop it valve with a preset on. they are cheap and readily available. You could adjust yours with a proper steup. But it may need new parts just replace it.

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When the Pressure switch shuts off, the little air valve in the pressure switch vents the copper line from the compressor, to blead the pressure from the compressor so it's easier to start the next time. If it continues to leak, the check valve between compressor and tank must not be holding.

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Campbell hausfeld wl600701an starts fine when you use it and pressure drops it tryies to star and kemicms breaker I seen are it said it ha a one way chem vlve that will cause thus are is it loated


I think you are asking where is the check valve or one way valve. There is a copper tube that takes the air from the cylinder head of the pump to the tank - the check valve is combined with the fitting that attaches that tube to the tank.Most of it actually stickes inside the tank.

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Your compressor is losing pressure somewhere... check both ends of the air tube between the compressor head and the tank. The loud pop may have been the packing at one end or the other. You'll have to remove the head again to remove the air tube, but I believe your problem is the pressure seal at one end of the tube or the other.

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My Campbell Hausfeld compressor model WL650101AJ will only pump to 80psi and will not shut off.


TAKE THE COVER OF THE TOP HAS 2 PHILLIPS SCREWS AND SNAPS OFF. THERE IS A COPPER TUBE THAT GOES BETWEEN THE COMPRESSOR HEAD AND THE CHECK VALVE TAKE THE TUBE COMPRESSION NUTS LOOSE AND REMOVE THE TUBE. CHECK THE RUBBER SEALS IF THEY ARE MISSING OR TORN YOUR COMPRESSOR LEAKS WHEN IT IS RUNNING BUT IF YOU SHUT IT OF THERE IS NO AIR IN THE PIPE SO CHECKING IT WITH IT OF WONT DETECT THE LEAK. MY COMPRESSOR WAS DOING THE SAME THING AN THIS FIXED IT.

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When my compressor turns off air starts to come out somewhere around the on and off switch.


If the air leak lasts for about five to ten seconds, it's supposed to do that. It's releasing the pressure in the pump head so it can start up again. If it never stops, your check valve is not working correctly. Follow the main air line, usually a copper tube to where it goes into the tank. The large brass fitting it goes into is the check valve. There should also be a black line running from the check valve to the pressure switch. You have to remove the black airline and copper tube to remove the check valve. If there is something stuck in the valve it may be useable if you can clear it out. If the valve or valve seat is damaged or the spring is broken, replace it.

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Air compressor's safety release valve pops open.


You need to replace the pop it valve with a preset on. they are cheap and readily available. You could adjust yours with a proper steup. But it may need new parts just replace it.

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Hose from compressor to air tank


Campbell hausfeld parts are available at www.chpower.com, however, you can use standard parts like copper tube or rubber pressure hose available at Lowes lumber or True Value Hardware. Check for cause of failure of the airline, could be from vibration due to loose motor mount or faulty check valve at tank causing back pressure. Enjoy

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Well currently dealing with a similar situatio with a Wl650102aj CH ocmpressor, in my case it was that factory bend copper tube that runs from the motor into the check valve on the tank, it was cracked, havn't been able to find a replacement yet, and bending your own will not work... as they must be stamped out, there is no way to really get that particular bend in them.

So that may not be your case, but I would be willing to bet if it's not pressuring up and the check valve is good, and your manifold isn't leaking... that your having the same problem

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