Question about Air Tools & Compressors
Hi: I own a Husky air compressor. It's a 4 gallon 'doughnut' tank type. All of a sudden it doesn't hold any air: the motor runs forever but there is no indication on the meters of any air pressure. Can thos be fixed or should I invest in another? Thanks!
There are "0" rings in the compressor, if the compressor is less than $200 it's a "throw away". it can be repaired but usually not worth it
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
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