Question about Air Tools & Compressors
Air compressor #XER 6405 S/N 09179-341891 30 years old
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
For what it's worth Compressors are intended to be turned on and forgot (except for the noise). just for grins lets assume you have the stapler and air hose. you need to hook up the air hose to the compressor there usually is one or to either couplers or npt fittings (threaded). attach the hose to the compressor and using a quick coupler (prefered because it allows the gun to swivel) connect the gun to the hose. turn on the compressor and wait for it to build up pressure and *******. at this point you will need to locate the regulator on the compressor. it will be a knob next to one or two dial gages. crank the regulator a quarter turn either direction while watching the gages. It (one of them) moved either up or down . now you know how the regulator works and your almost a contractor. on to the stapler, load it and find a bit of scrap (what your working on would be best.) now shoot a staple into something and see if it goes in far enough or to far. adjust the regulator to compensate. do this until one of three things happens A you find the right staple depth B the compressor kicks on again, wait for it to turn off C you run out of nails, beer or intrest in the project. once you have found the correct pressure for your needs. you may fire at will you don't need to wait for the compressor to cycle while running the stapler just during set up. now your a contractor go have a beer.
just a last tip if you find you don't have the correct couplers home depot, harbor freight or amazon (online) are great sources for parts.
good luck and mind your fingers
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
Manual for the similar dewalt model is at www.dewalt.com, click on parts & service icon, then enter D55151. Or try clicking here: http://www.dewaltservicenet.com/documents/English/Instruction%20Manual/5135175-01,D55152,Elec.pdf This Dewalt compressor is one of many versions of the Old Emglo AM78 compressor. There are several other brands built with the exact same design such as the Senco line. For parts list of actual Am78hc4v go to mastertoolrepair.com. If you have questions or problems with this compressor please email, Good luck
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
I WOULD TRY DISCONNECTING THE PIPING FROM THE HEAD DOWN TO THE TANK AND SEE IF ITS BLOWING AIR. COULD THE COMPRESSOR BE RUNNING BACKWARDS - YOU WOULD HAVE HAD TO CHANGE THE WIRING IN THE MOTOR.
VALVES IN THE HEAD COULD ALSO BE BROKEN. YOU CAN REMOVE THE INTAKE AND IT SHOULD **** YOUR FINGERS AT THE OPENING. HOPE THIS HELPS.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
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