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Part/parts of my 17 gallon husky air compressor was stolen. I need to view a manual so I can name the part/parts that were stolen. I've lost my manual.

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SOURCE: 6 gallon Husky air compressor won't start

There are a few things that may have happened.

  1. Motor overheated and thermal cutoff switch was tripped. Usually this is a red button on the back of the motor. Press it and it may solve the problem
  2. Motor did not start fast enough and it burned out your starting capacitor. This us usually located on the top of the motor under a dome shaped cover. If replacing these you must match up the mfd rating of the original and the replacement capacitor(s)
Air compressors have a fairly high draw and you should be sure that it has a proper electrical supply to it. Too small of a cord can cause the two above problems.

Also make sure that your pump is not seizing up.


Posted on Apr 15, 2009

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SOURCE: My husky 2 gallon air compressor is not building

sounds like the compression rings on the piston neen replacing or the none return valve faulty.

Posted on Oct 28, 2009

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SOURCE: Husky Air Compressor has rattlling noise!

buddy im an engineer on these machines for 30 years and when this problem has occured believe it or not but it cheaper to buy another pump unit or compressor plus its the hardest job getting the crank out so your choice bud


Posted on Nov 16, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a model FP209501 Air Compressor 2 Gallon,

The spray gun consumes more air volume than the compressor can deliver. You can pause painting periodically to allow the compressor to 'catch-up' or buy a larger delivered-volume compressor. The compressor that you have was intended to supply air for pneumatic nailers and staplers in an intermittent fashion. Hope this helps!

Posted on Jan 18, 2010

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SOURCE: husky 26 gallon air compressor runs but will not

replace the valve plate

Posted on Mar 19, 2010

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