Question about Air Tools & Compressors
My problem seems to be a throttle problem, but I can't figure how the throttle comes apart.
The throttle valve is housed inside the inlet bushing assembly (item# 26). To remove the assembly there are 2 slots near the bottom of the handle, you will see a metal tip through the slot, that is the clip (item# 27) that need to be depressed in order to remove the inlet bushing assembly (item# 26). There is a special tool to depress the clip but can be substituted by using a small flat head screw driver, once the clip is released, slide the assembly out of the housing and at the very top is the throttle valve (item# 28D) it is held in by a retaining ring (item# 28G). WARNING the throttle valve (item# 28D) has a spring (item# 28C) below pushing up, be careful when removing the retaining ring (item# 28G) it could pop out with some force!
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Posted on Aug 31, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is only a few areas that could cause this. Did you rebuild the valve assembly? If you go to (irtechpubs.com/ir_pdfs/Tools/IR%20Industrial%20Tools/Impact%20Tools/04584033_ed2.pdf) you will see an exploded view of the whole assembly. Note part 28, and then part 28c, this is the valve that controls the inlet air, possibly you have the pin broken off, or the trigger not actuating the valve. Check up the handle for blockage in the exhaust (unlikely). Also check the parts of assembly 29 to make sure nothing is broken, if they are you could have the direction stuck between forward and reverse, thus not allowing air to pass through to the motor (items 10, 11)
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
SOURCE: Have a Ingersoll Rand 2135
i have the same problem, and a fellow co-worker of mine told me about the problem. here it is.. on the handle there are two slots on either side, push them in and the air inlet assembly should pop out along with a broken tiny metal rod.. this rod connects to the inlet valve and turns on and off ur impact wrench.. i have been looking for replacement parts but cant find any.. hope this helps you and maybe help me too..
Posted on Feb 09, 2011
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