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There is a pressure switch mounted on the tank. Look under cap for instructions
Posted on Jan 03, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
Read the owners manual,look at the motor label
20Amp is usually for 2HP and may work for your 3.2
Look at full load rating on motor. You won't need a
breaker that high.
You will need 12 ga wire and 20 amp breaker min.
two wire 240 volt circuit.
It should be wired for the higher voltage,if not look at the
inside of the small motor cover and move the terminals
to the two pole rating. Expensive to run at 115volt
Posted on Nov 25, 2010
The manual and parts breakdown for your compressor can be found at: http://www.chpower.com/IMAGES/pdfs/manual02/608800_1102.pdf
If that doesn't work look for it on the Campbell-Hausfeld homepage at http://www.chpower.com/ under Service and Support. They have been working on the site so some links are not working correctly.
Your compressor is an oil-less type that has very little for you to do as far as service. Mostly you just have to keep it clean and occasionally drain the water from the tank. The frequency of that is dependent on where you are (humidity levels in your area) and how ofter you use it.
Posted on May 23, 2012
Im guessing this is a recip (piston Compressor) Sounds like your pressure switch may have adjusted itself by vibration. Take the cover off the pressure switch, there should be 1 or 2 screws on the top, one adjusts the pressure, the other adjusts the differential pressure (There may just be one) turn the pressure screw in the direction of the +, you need to do trial and error on this, turn it 1/4 of a turn, then switch on, see what the pressure gets to, then switch off, drain some air off, then adjust as necessary until you get your required pressure. Hope that helps
Posted on Sep 03, 2012
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