Question about Air Tools & Compressors
I have a model # 919.167320 air compressor, that runs very well it just does not pump the air into the tank, and no there are no leaks. The pump # is D27348. Could you tell me what part number I would need to fix this problem, or is there a valve, o ring, gasket, etc. etc. rebuild kit for that pump. Thanks,
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Not building pressure into tank
If it's a newer model the parts are surprisingly inexpensive in some cases. Locate the parts and you may be surprised, I know I was a few times replacing whole piston assembly for almost just a few bucks and so quick and hassle free. And that fixed the no air into the tank issue I had on the job back up and running in an hour counting going to get parts.If it's oill free that's what I had, very inexpensive and easy just replace the piston assemblies undo the rod and it should drop right out the bottom.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
your correct either the valves are worn or maybe just need cleaning as for the gaskets,idont know what part of the world your in but check out coleman on the internet or failing that ,i have maid these from gasket material suuplied from my local bearing supplier
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
Parts for coleman are available at www.mastertoolrepair.com your compressor is listed as L0502710. If however you like to tinker, you can make a pretty good reed valve out of aluminum can material or other (any ideas?). It is fairly easy to cut, does not last as long as factory stainless steel, but for short term, why not? Good Luck
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
Maurader1 an apprentice has this problem solved and is spot on. All these gurus and wiz need to stick to the basic and common sense. The first place your pump will give out after use or abuse is the gasket. All this garbage about defective reeds and defective pressure switch is a lot of nonesense if you first don't rule out the most common problem the head gasket. I'm cheap and this thing has paid for itself 10 time over. You can get a gasket kit for $7, but I fabricated a gasket out of the back of my notebook and sprayed some gasket spray and been working like a charm ever since.
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
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