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  • glen097 Dec 04, 2008

    I have an oilless Campbell Hausfeld twin stack air compressor. Last time I used it everything worked fine. Next time I plugged it in and it ran okay, but won't build up any pressure in the tanks. Tank valves are all closed, safety valve is closed...it just won't build up any pressure. Finally it stopped althogether, as if it had seized up. After a cool-down period it runs again, but still won't pump up any pressure. Any ideas????

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This is caused by a bad pressure regulator most likley, or you might check the drain on the bottom to ensure it is closed.


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