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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
has it done this before some wire feed welders the cheaper ones have hot switches mean that push wire all the time stuped i know but if it is not a hot switch than it is making contact some how and it could be inside the wip check it as best you can or take the wip in to where you got it from
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
SOURCE: I have a campbell hausfeld
The "DK" number you found is just a decal number...no help...
Does your sprayer look something like this???
You may be able to go to the Campbell Hausfield website and match something uo through pictures or even on the site that I gave you here...
Once you can narrow down the model number, you can get any of the manuals here...
Posted on May 09, 2011
SOURCE: i have a campbell hausfeld
If you look around on the bottom of the compressor you will find a pipe plug at or near the bottom of the compressor.... that will be your drain for the oil... I often try to install a pipe nipple into the hole after removeing the plug so that the oil will run out far enough to be able to catch it easily...
The plug amy also be a flush plug that will need to be removed with an Allen wrench.
Make sure that all air pressure is removed and that the electrical disconnect is shut down and locked out before draining the oil....
If you do insatll a pipe niple then also buy a pipe cap to cap off the nipple, so you do not have to install it everytime and make a mess...I have even installed a small ball valve on compressors that need the oil changed frequently, to make it even easier.
You basically cannot got wrong here...the plug that drains the oil will be the only hole at the bottom of the compressor.
Posted on Jun 24, 2011
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