Craftsman 919.167802 Troubleshooting guide Download

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5.
Run the compressor for 20
minutes. Make sure the globe
valve is open and there is
minimal air pressure build-up in
tank.
6.
Check all air line fittings and
connections/piping for air leaks
by applying a soap solution.
Correct if necessary. NOTE:
Minor leaks can cause the air
compressor to overwork,
resulting in premature breakdown
or inadequate performance.
7.
8.
Check for excessive vibration.
Readjust or shim air compressor
feet, if necessary.
After 20 minutes, close the globe
valve. The air receiver will fill to
"cut-out" pressure and the motor
will stop.
Before Each Start-Up:
1.
Place On/Auto/Off lever to
"OFF".
2.
Close the globe valve.
3.
Attach hose and accessories.
NOTE: A regulator MUST be
installed when using accessories
rated at less than 175 PSI.
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Risk of Bursting.
Too much air
pressure causes a hazardous risk
of bursting. Check the
manufacturer’s maximum pressure
rating for air tools and accessories.
The regulator outlet pressure must
never exceed the maximum
pressure rating.
How to Start
1.
Turn the On/Auto/Off lever to
"AUTO" and allow tank pressure
to build. Motor will stop when
tank pressure reaches "cut-out"
pressure.
2.
When the tank pressure reaches
"cut-out" pressure open the
globe valve.
IMPORTANT: When using regulator
and other accessories refer to the
manufacturer's instructions.
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