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Air Compressor Regulator
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PartSelect Number PS10044634
Manufacturer Part Number E100059
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Air Compressor Ac Cord
PartSelect Number PS10044332
Manufacturer Part Number D26615
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Debra from PRESCOTT VLY, AZ
Broken ground on original plug
Removed cover & old cord.
Replaced with new cord & replaced cover.
Works perfect.
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Air Compressor Drain Valve
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PartSelect Number PS10049093
Manufacturer Part Number N286039
Frequently referred to as a Drain Plug, this Drain Valve is used to drain any condensation that has collected inside the tank to prevent the tank from rusting. It is not part of a kit or assembly, is sold individually, made of brass, is gold, and will be found at the bottom of the air tank. This part will need to be replaced when it is no longer able to provide a proper seal, or if it is visibly worn or damaged. You will need a wrench to complete this repair. Customers rate this repair as Easy.
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Air Compressor Hose
PartSelect Number PS10044818
Manufacturer Part Number E103623
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Air Compressor Gasket Kit
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PartSelect Number PS10044723
Manufacturer Part Number E100959
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Andrew from FORT MILL, SC
Compressor runs but not building pressure
Could not find external leak, so assumed problem was in the cylinder head. I removed the big, black plastic shroud, and disconnected the line with the cooling fins leading from the cylinder head to the tank. I then unbolted the 4 Allen bolts holding the cylinder head to the cylinder body. I discovered the gasket that sits on top of the valve plate was shredded in the center piece that separates the intake port from the exhaust port. I put in new reed valves (PS10044654) and replaced the blue gasket between the cylinder and the lower valve plate and the metal gasket between the valve plates and the blue gasket on top of the upper valve plate. The gaskets are part of gasket kit PS10044723. I had to scrape the old blue gaskets off, which was the most time consuming part of the repair. I used valve grease to hold the reed valves in place during re-assembly. I did not use the gasket at the base of the cylinder or the gasket that is used for the crank case cover since neither was removed. Reinstalled the Allen bolts, the line to the tank from the cylinder head and the plastic shroud. Compressor works fine now. Read more...
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Air Compressor Rubber Foot
PartSelect Number PS9921571
Manufacturer Part Number 219
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Air Compressor Tube
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PartSelect Number PS9893198
Manufacturer Part Number 145-0627
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Air Compressor Gasket, Head
PartSelect Number PS9868820
Manufacturer Part Number 046-0283
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Air Compressor Valve Plate Assembly
PartSelect Number PS9868614
Manufacturer Part Number 043-0180
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Air Compressor Ring
PartSelect Number PS10044469
Manufacturer Part Number DAC-308
The piston ring between the cylinder and piston within an air compressor is used to form a tight compression seal to allow the piston to move up and down without touching the cylinder wall, as well as dissipate heat evenly away from the piston and align the piston properly within the cylinder. This piston ring is designed for and compatible with various models of air compressor and is sold as an individual OEM part. This piston ring has a 48mm (1.89-inch) inner-diameter and 62.5mm (2.46-inch) outer-diameter and is specially coated and oil-free. If you notice increased noise and vibrations or simply poor performance from your air compressor, there is likely something wrong with the piston ring or pistons that would warrant an inspection. To replace this piston ring, first turn your air compressor off and disconnect the spark plug. Then, disassemble the cylinder by removing the cylinder head/cover or any other components blocking access to the pistons, referencing your user manual for the exact location. Once inside the cylinder, slide out the piston very carefully, and take note of its orientation. Remove the old ring from between the cylinder and piston and press the new one on with firm and even pressure. Now, reassemble the air compressor and monitor its performance.
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