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Air station inflator - catalog #AS1300 - THE owners manual tells of a fuse that may have blown.. if it won't start, where is the fuse, located?


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I just put a new fuse holder in it with a 1.5 amp slow blow fuse. ...Black & Decker ASI300 Air Station 12-Volt or 120-Volt Inflator

Aug 19, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Go here: http://servicenet.blackanddecker.com/Parts/Search?searchedNumber=Model%20#%20ASI300

You will need the Model #, there are instructions for locating this and it will connect you with the Instruction manual.

Aug 16, 2014 | Black & Decker ASI300 Air Station Inflator

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The pump is connected to the tire and when I turn it on, the power turns on but does not pump tire. The pressure reader is higher than the current pressure than the tire. I have even tried turning the...


The end that connects to the valve stem on some of these pumps doesn't always extend into the stem far enough to push the valve open. Using a valve stem tool, back the valve stem out a few turns so the hose end can engage the valve. The valve may leak just a bit but the pump will overcome this and you'll turn the valve back in when you remove the pump hose before you can lose any appreciable amount of air.

Jan 15, 2011 | Black & Decker ASI300 Air Station Inflator

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Black and decker air station will not turn on


  1. Take off the bottom(6 screws philips2_bing.gif)look for a small glass fuse Marked F1 that is soldered in place.
  2. Cut this fuse out(cut as close to the fuse as possible)
  3. Replace fuse(1.25amp 250Volt) You can find on e-bay search by 1.25 amp) there is a fuse with the wire already attached on it....solder new fuse in place.
  4. If you dont want to wait to order the fust just solder a wire into the fuse area(you will have no surge protection but it may worth the risk because the frequncy this fuse keeps blowing.
Side Note: It may look like the fuse is O.K. but trust me its blown.
There are 2 compessor bellows keep in mind they don't both run at the same time One is for AC the other for DC.

Dec 06, 2009 | Black & Decker ASI300 Air Station Inflator

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Not producing much air volume


I have checked on t his tool before and they don't offer replacement parts as of that date. I would suggest going to Dewaltservicenet.com and typing in your model number for a copy of the owners manual and they also have a toll free number that you can call for assistance.

Sep 06, 2009 | Black & Decker ASI300 Air Station Inflator

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Air Station Inflator Model #:ASI300


Cant find any information on this tool at their website but did find that it has a 2 year warranty. I would try and take it back and get it repaired or replaced at no charge.

Aug 25, 2009 | Black & Decker ASI300 Air Station Inflator

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Black and decker air station not turning on


There's a small PCboard fuse (F1) inside. Remove the six phillps head screws from the bottom plate to expose the PC board. I'm not sure of the fuse size but I'd buy more than one. This seems to happen frequently with these units.
Hope this helps.
MM

May 29, 2009 | Black & Decker ASI300 Air Station Inflator

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