Question about Porter Cable C2002 150 Psi 6 Gal Compressor
The palm nailer is a little much for a small compressor like that. It might be OK for small guns, but not sanders or sandblasters, I think you might have blown out the capacitor, If everything else checks out. Go there, it is the main ingredient to the motor. Like the carb. You can match it up possibly at the hardware store, if not just call them guys up and get a new one. I don't know why it is rated at 150 lbs, there is nothing made that runs that high with no volume. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
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