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How does the electric motor couple to the compressor? Is it easy to remove the motor for bearing rplacement?

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Some oil lubed compressors as well as oilless types have a bolt on rod journal that can be removed to allow motor to be seperated from pump. Others, however have journal either one piece to motor shaft or journal is pressed on. If you do not see bolt thru journal, most likely it will not seperate. Check with parts manual for more information as some motors have a removable iron core on the shaft (very difficult to remove and re-install). Good luck

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I have a Campbell hausfeld air compressor and it turns on and fills up to about 90 psi then turns off and wont turn back on not even to refill the tank if I unplug it for 30 mins it will turn back on whats...


The electric motor probably has an automatic resetting overload. Most likely what is happening is that as the pressure increases so does the load on the motor. When it gets to a certain point the motor overload opens the circuit and the compressor stops and won't restart until it has cooled down and reset itself. The overload is sensitive to both current and temperature; it is inside the motor housing and may look something like this:
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I have a CH 8 gal compressor that won't run. When you turn it on it just hums for a couple of seconds then stops. You hear a click and then your able to turn it on again but it still just hums


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The motor runs fine with the belt off but when the compressor is on line the motor hums and trips the house breaker.


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I have to replace the piston rod-to-motor shaft bearing on my mod. #919.165221 compressor and I don't know how to remove the rod and bearing from the shaft.


Your unit was most likely made by Porter Cable and parts may be matched at your nearest Dewalt parts center. The best way to remove the bearing is to use a press, however the fast/dirty method is to use a Dremel with a thin cutting wheel to remove the bearing from the shaft. Remove the head of compressor being carefull not to tear gaskets. Loosen screw holding rod to bearing and remove rod (note position). Make two cuts on outer bearing shell and remove shell. Make one cut on inner race, then expand slightly with blade of screwdriver and remove. Use generic bearing 6203 available at auto parts. Clean shaft with fine sandpaper and install bearing to noted position. Probably a good time to replace cylinder and ring. Usually part Dewalt / Porter cable part #k-650 or use Sears part. After assembly turn several times by hand checking for alignent and free movement. Be carefull with the fan, easy to break. You probably should order a spare blade. Good luck with your repair and post again if you have questions.

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Motor trips breaker


As the pressure in the compressor increases...so does the demand on the motor. It sounds like the motor is worn out. It could be the bearings or the windings. You could remove the motor and have it re-built(new bearings and windings) at an electrical shop or try to find a replacement on line. If the motor does not have sealed bearings you could try re-packing them with grease or oil. Most motors now have sealed bearings and when they wear out the motor will need them replaced. Check to see if the motor is still under warranty before having it repaired. Sometimes the motor will have a much longer warranty then the rest of the compressor and you may get the manufacturer to send you a new one.

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Motor labouring - electric breaker kicking out


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Ge ptac


Hello Tom ,   I'm sure i can help you with this.... I work on these units everyday. unfortuneately im not there to put my hands on it but i will explain as clearly as possible.    The most common problem I tend to find with these units is that the control board  and indoor fan motor tends to go bad in these quite often.  If you put the unit in A/C MODE  and/or Fan mode and set it to high if it will not speed up from low , then your problem could be in a couple different places.   1st.  The bearings in the fan motor could be wearing down ,  2nd  The Control board could be bad  in that its not telling the fan motor to speed up.     

 

And when you tell me that the compressor doesnt run in that mode at any given time..... which the electric heat and heat pump itself works together so that when the load is really tough  that the heat pump doesnt over work and in general saves life on your compressor.      

 

Solution is this.

 

Take your indoor fan motor off and and drill out the rivits  and it pulls apart easy, and replace the bearings and grease them.

 

ALIGNMENT OF THE FAN IS A MUST.   doesnt cost much at all the fix this. Just a little time and bearings

 

Replace the Board in the control box

 

 

This my friend will definetly solve your problem.    These problems i see everyday with these same units.   

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