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I'm trying to find a check valve for a Campbell Hausfels 5 hp 25 psi air compressure

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Take ur valve off and go to NAPA and see if u can get a valve to plumb in place of the oringinal

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Only on very rare occasions can a tank check valve be cleaned and still work. The main reason is air pressure is usually high enough inside the tank that when the check valve closes after the pump turns off it usually damages the valve or seat just enough that a leak forms. It is extremely hard to fix a valve or seat so they will seal up again. Without your specific model number I can't tell you which part number you need but most check valves cost $17 to $25 for these types of compressors.

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