Question about Campbell Hausfeld FP2095 2 Gallon Twinstack Air Compressor
First it could also be a bad checkvalve on the tank
Posted on Nov 22, 2016
It could be a worn teflon piston if it's an oilless compressor, the loud noisy ones use no oil instead they use a special teflon piston/ring set witch has low friction other than the typical old cast iron piston compressor with an oil reservoir.
2 things, you may have a leak or stuck valve, or a hole in the tank, look and listen for leaks
Your piston is worn out, the teflon is worn or scored and air bypasses the side of the piston, you need a piston rebuild kit, they are around $ 30-40, easy to install in most cases. It may contain a piston and replaceable cylinder wall.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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