Question about Air Tools & Compressors
Code 812 333 5GRA081 Bar Code 9314539026204 Model Pancake Rob Style J W Ross
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
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Posted on Jul 10, 2009
the regulator may be turned down, find the regulator turn it to the right to allow air into the tank, tank must have air in it to deliver air
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
First you have to understand something important about motor brushes. That is the only difference between all motor brushes is their size (brush diameter and contact wire length). This includes fan motor brushes, water pump motors, power tool motors even automobile alternator brushes.
You can also find brushes where you might not think to look.
If you can get even close to the same size as the old set you can file the new ones down to fit. I've done it time and time again.
Your best bet is automotive electronic stores. However you might find them at local auto parts stores, hardware stores like Home Depot (look in the section where they have all the small parts bins). You might also try Tractor Supply. I know they are in Alabama but not sure if there is one close to you.
Remember you can modify the length of the wire also. If the old set has a small contact point on the end of the wire just remove it and solder it to the new brush wire.
I hope this helps you out.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
I could not find parts for my husky compressor and had the same problem as you describe. I went to lowes and purchased fittings to draw air out of the safety port. Remove the safety pop valve and install t-fittings to allow you to reinstall safety valve and also a quick connect. If you want to be able to regulate the pressure, install a simple pressure regulator before the quick connect (also avail. at lowes). This remedy is not pretty but sure works great and simple. Problem with husky regulator is stripped thread /knob. Sometimes you can turn the knob if you drain air from tank; this will release the spring tension on the regulator knob.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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