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What type of a compressor that the sanyo SR - 36A uses? and can it work if remove a 110v compressor and replace it with a 240v compressor?

You can use a 220 volt compressor, just make sure the evaporator fan is also 220 volts as well as all of the bulbs, and anything else that is 120 volts. Everything must be 220 volts. including the start and run capicitors.

Good luck,


May 11, 2014 | Sanyo Counter Height, 3.6 Cubic....

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I want to convert my compressor from 115 V to 220volt? There is nothing in the owners manual on how to do this. Can you help me?

Your garage mate unit was made to operate on 120 volts. That one reason there is nothing in the owners manual. To convert it my be costly.First your electric motor must be able to handle 220 volts. you will need to look on the motor tag and see if it has 120v/230v. if not you will have to purchase a new motor that will handle 220/230 volts.If your motor will handle 220/230/volts you need to look at the the wiring diagram attached to the motor. you then will need to purchase a 220 v plug and outlet and correct wire size to install.

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Model#wl506800aj serial# L 11/21/2000 01513 electric motor runs ok but trips circut breaker after 1 minute

you are drawing more current then the circuit breaker can handle. find a different place to plug it in, or better yet, switch it to 220 volts, it will run better and more efficiently but of course you will need a 220 outlet, its really worth the time and effort to go 220 volts.

Mar 18, 2011 | Campbell Hausfeld Air Tools & Compressors

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Will not come on.power light illuminates, got 120 volts to both sides of the plug, has continuity all through the coils, I need a part # for the thermo/switch it is a 3 year old CZ240 model # EH4607

Is this unit 220-240 volts or 120? If it's 240 have you checked across side to side or one side to ground . If you go across both hot lines you should read 220-240 volts. Is this a window unit? If so check on top of compressor for a reset switch. Some have it and some don't Obviously if this is a 220 volt unit and you're only getting 120 you need to call an electrician. I hope this helps you. Thanks

Nov 27, 2010 | Heating & Cooling

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Dewalt D55155-QS 220 volts can it convert to use 115 volts?

The short answer unfortunately is no. The internal motor that drives this compressor requires 220 and will not work properly with 110. Your only option would be to replace the motor with one compatible with 110. The cost of that would approximate a major portion of a replacement unit.

Sorry about the bad news.


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Have a husky 19 gal 1.5hp it kicks on when first start to work and when it builds up air and i use it and when it wants to kick back on it wont i have to wait till it cools down.

Is there an option for you to run this compressor on 220 volts vs 110 volts??? If so, you may want to convert it by following the re-wire instructions on the motor or wire access plate/instuction book. The reason your compressor won't fire up again after building pressure is the head pressure is to great at restart and 110 household current is not enough to give the power needed to turn the piston. You'll need to replace the plug and have someone run a 220 volt circuit once the conversion is completed.

Jan 18, 2010 | Campbell Hausfeld 5 Peak / 1.7 Running HP,...

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I need a wiring diagram for a kobalt 60 gallon air compressor

If it's a 220 volt motor, hook l1 and l2 (220 volts) to the line terminals. If it's a'dual voltage' motor (120 or 220)and you want to use 120, hook 120 to the terminals marked 'line'. Make sure the motor is connected for the voltage you're using if it's dual voltage.

Jul 21, 2009 | Air Tools & Compressors

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Converting from 220 to 110 volts

Most brands of air comperssors are built to work on either 220 or 110 v. I believe that 220 v compressors are more efficient and draw less current and run cooler.
The more expensive compressors have a switch allowing for voltage selection. Still others will have a wiring diagram printed on the motor allowing voltage change by changing jumpers. Most all of the sears compressors that I have repaired were of single voltage with no other way to change except change motor. Do not worry however, you have the better motor. It is easier to convert the outlet plug to 220 by isolating the circuit and installing a 220 v breaker. enjoy

Nov 15, 2008 | Craftsman 3 gal. Air Compressor, 1.5 hp,...

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