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How can i fix my ec12 hitachi electric air compressor


This problem is caused by either the starter capacitor or the in-tank check valve. Ez to check. With no air in tank, start compressor; if motor hums or has difficulty suspect capacitor. If motor starts, partially fill tank and unplug the power. Check for air leaking at the pressure switch or air coming out of the air inlet (remove the air filter). If air leaking, replace check valve. If no air leaking, again let out all the from the tank and connect power. Allow the compressor to fill and shut-off. After the compressor fills, again listen for air leaking from the pressure switch unloader valve. If air continues to leak from unloader, replace the check valve. Good luck

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My 20 gallon campbell hausfeld wont hold air.what could be the problem


Joe:

There is an air leak somewhere in either the tank connections or the hose connections. Look at the tank and find the tube that runs from the top of the compressor to the tank (usually a brass line). grab a spray bottle and fill it with a soapy solution (dish washing soap and water is fine). Disconnect the rubber air hose from the tank (at the quick disconnect) and start the compressor. Spray the dishwashing solution on the brass line end fittings at the compressor head and the tank connection, and the quick disconnect fitting and where the quick disconnect connects to the air tank. If you see bubbles being blown, that is where your leak is. Also connect the hose to the tank and check your hose for leaks with the soapy solution. Once you find where the leak is, you can tighten the fitting or replace the faulty gasket or hose.

May 25, 2014 | Air Tools & Compressors

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8 gal losing air, checked all connections, no leaking, where else to check ?


look for a small leak around the welded seams on the tank as well as all the welds on fittings. When there is air in the tank, shoot some soapy water on it like you were looking for a leak in a tire to find small leaks.

Nov 11, 2013 | Campbell Hausfeld 8GAL Air Compressor

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Air leak coming form the pressure switch


Air leaking from the pressure switch indicates that the in-tank check valve is leaking. Follow the air discharge hose from the compressor to the tank. The brass valve at the tank is the check valve. With air in the tank remove the inlet hose from the checkvalve and spray soapy water on valve to check for leaks. If leaking, remove the valve and check for debris under seat or replace. If the check valve is not leaking then pressue switch is leaking from within switch(spray soapy water below switch) . Good luck

Sep 23, 2011 | Dewalt 2 Hp 4 GAL Air Compressor

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I R Ts4 5hp 80 gal 175 psi 230 volt Air leaking from near pressure switch. Replaced switch but still leaking near 1/4 tubing. Thanks


You have a receiver tank check valve leaking. If you loosen the 1/4 tube slightly and air blows out more and will not stop replace the tank check valve. If you follow the copper line for the compressor HP head back to the tank you will see that the line screws into the check valveand the check valve screws into the tank. Bleed all air from the tank,remove the 1/4 line and the 3/4 line from the check valve. Then unscrew the check valve. Install a new check valve and connect the lines. Problem solved.

Apr 30, 2011 | Ingersoll Rand 2340/2475 Electric Air...

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I just put a new pressure switch on but when i fill the tanks the compressor wants to empty the air and it tries to kick back on to fill back up with air and some times it kicks and drawls a load on the...


Air leaking from tank back into compessor is indication that in-tank check valve is leaking. This condition will stress motor when trying to start. Test : With air in tank, unplug compressor from outlet and remove hose from compressor at checkvalve and test for leak (soapy water). If leaking drain air and remove checkvalve. Examine checkvalve for debris under seat (resurface seat or replace valve). Parts are at www.toolpartsdirect.com Good luck

Mar 10, 2011 | Hitachi EC12 145 amp 2Horsepower 4Gallon...

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Compressor squeaks as pressure begins to build. Not from belt. Does not squeak when no pressure in tank.


Air leaking back from tank check valve or leaking reed valves can make a squeaking or vibrating noise. With pressure in tank remove fitting at the tank check valve and test for leak with soapy water. If leaking, replace with generic valve. If no leak, reinstall fitting and let all the air out of the tank. With empty tank and air filter removed, start compressor and feel strength of suction at intake. When you hear the squeak retest strength of suction at intake and compare. If reed valves are leaking, you will feel less suction as tank pressure increases, and in severe leaking valves, you will actually feel air blowing out of intake. Repair/replace reeds and /or leaking gaskets in head of compressor. Good luck

Mar 08, 2011 | Ingersoll Rand IngersollRand SS3F2GM...

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I have a Central Pneumatic, 21 Gallon, 3HP air compressor. The compressor is exiting air through exthaust port.


If air leaks when motor is off, fault most likely in-tank check valve. Follow discharge air line from pump to tank. Brass/steel valve at tank is the check valve. Remove hose to valve and check for leak. Replace as needed. If air is leaking while motor is running fault could be reed valves in head. Faulty reed valves in head, or torn head gaskets will cause very hot discharge air and tank will most likely never fill to shut off (or take a very long time to fill)

Sep 06, 2010 | Air Tools & Compressors

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My 89 Ford F150 dies when I switch fuel tanks from rear to front tank,and now leaks gas some where in the area of the side front tank when Iam running on the rear tank.Where do I begin?


Does you truck restart after dying and then run ok or does it stay dead until switching back to the rear tank?
It could be that the front tank has a leak in the suction line which will leak when not in use and **** air when you switch to it.
A suction air leak could be the reason for it dying when switching tanks

May 01, 2010 | 1989 Ford F 150

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Air compressor leaking


The problem that you are having is caused by the in tank check valve not holding the tank pressure. Simple test is to carefully loosen air-hose that feeds air to tank and check for air leaking. Replace check valve if leaking. Generic parts may be used. Enjoy

Dec 06, 2008 | Air Tools & Compressors

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