Craftsman 921.153101 Owner`s manual

Owner's
Manual
AIR COMPRESSOR
3-gallon
1.5 HP (max developed)
1 HP Running
Oil Lubricated
Model No_ 921.153101
CAUTION:
Before using this product,
read this manual and follow
all Its Safety Rules and
Opera'dngInsUuc'dons.
Sears, Roebuck
www.sears.com/¢raftsman
11112Q004
P¢;1NO E10113G
and Co., Hoffman
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Safety Instructions
Installation & Operation
Maintenance & Storag e
"rroubleshootlng Guide
Parts List
Espaflol, p. 10
Estates,
IL 60179 U.S.A.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Warranty ....................................................................................
see below
Safety Instructions........................................................................
1
Important Safety Instructions& Guldef=ne_.........................................
1
Spec_ffcabol18
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2
Duty Cycle ..........................................................................................
2
PaRs & Features ...................................................................................
3
Installarion & Assembly ........................................................................
4
Opera, rig Procedures ..............................................................................
5
Maintenance ............................................................................................
6
Storage ......................................................................................................
6
TroubleehDoOngGuide .........................................................................
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Parts IJet....................................................................................................
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Espahol .....................................................................................................
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Serwce Number .........................................................................
ONE YEAR
FULL
WARRANTY
ON CRAFTSMAN
back sever
AIR COMPRESSOR
If this Craftsman Air Compressor fails due to manufacturer's defects in matertal or workmanship
within one >,ear of Ihe date of purchase, RETURN IT TO THE NEAREST SEARS STORE OR
SERVICE CENTER IN THE UNITED STATES and it _,1"11
be replaced or repaired (at our option),
free of charge
If this Air Compressor is used for commarolalor ramal purposes,this warrat_y applies for only 90
days from the data of purchase. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may 8]se
have other rightswhich vary from state to stata
Sears, Roebuck and Co., DepL B17WA,
Hoffl_an Estates. IL 60178
Safety Instructions
The informatton hated below should be read and
understood by the operator. Th=s mformation is given to
_rote= the user while operating and stodngthe air
_ompmsSor. We utilize the symbols below to allow the
reader to recogntza important information about their
safety
n.J[_:lll
I Ilia,
Indicatesan immlnerltly
hazardoussituationwhip,
h, if not
avoided,willresultin deathor serious tnjury.
]ndtcates a potent=allyhazardous situation which, if not
avoided, may result =n minoror moderate injury
ind|cstea • potentiallyhazardoussitua'donwhich,if not
e,volded,couldresultin death or serousinjury
When used without the ssfaty start symbol indicates a
potentiallyhazardous situation which, if not=,voided, may
dam %
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Important Safety lnstructions and Guidelines
• Save all Instructions
V:__l_/-l=l_ll_[ll
tmpmperoperat=onor maintenanceof the=produd_couldresultin serious Injuryend/orpropertydamage.Read end
understandell of the warningsand safetyinstructions
providedbeforeusingth_ equipment,
The air compressorshould be operated on • dedicated 15 amp €lmult. If the circuit does
not have 15 flee _nps available, a larger circuit must be used. Always use more sir
-hose before utilizingextension cords. AMexte_'_lencords used must be 12 gauge wi_
e maxtmum length of 25 P..The circuit fusetype must be e time delay. Low voltage could
cause damage to the motor.
Risk of Moving Part s
If the sit €ompressor Is In operation, ell guards and covers should be attached or
installed correctly, If any guard or cover has been damaged, do not operate the
-equipment until the proper personnel has correctly repaired the aqulpmenL The power
-cord should be flee of any moving ptrts, twistingandlor crimping while in use and while
in ston_ge.
Risk of Burns
There are surfaces on your air compressor that white in operation end thereafter can
-cause serious burns If touched, The equipment should t_e allowed time to cool before
any maintenance is attempted. Iterr_ such _ the compressor pump andthe outlet tube
are normallyhot during and after operttJon.
Risk of Falling
Operation of the air compressor should always be in a position that ts at'J_la. Never use
the air compressor on a rooftop or elevated position that could allow the unit to fell or
-be tipped over. Use additional sit hose for elevated jobs.
Alwayswear ANSI Z87,1 approvedsafety glasseswith side shields when the air
compressoris in use. Turn off the air compressor and drain the air tank before
perfownlnganytypeof maintenance
or disassembly
of thehosesor fittings,Neverpoint
any nozzleorsprayertoward any pe_lofthe bodyor at otherpop_pieor animals.
Risk from
Rylng Objects
r
t
Important Safely Inslruel_On#& Guldellne_
Risk to Breathing
Avoid using the air compresSOr in conked areas, Always have adequate space
(12 Inshee) on aBsides of the air compressor.Also keep children, pats, and othersout
of the area of operation. This air ¢ompmesor does not provide breathable air for anyone
or any auxikary breathing device, _praying material will always need to be in another
areaaway from the air compressorto not allow Intake air to damage the air compressor
filter,
Risk of
Electrical Shock
Never utilize the a_r ooml_'eeasrin the tam or wet conditions.Any e|ectdcal issues or
repairs should be performed by authorizedpemonnel such as on aiectT_cianand should
oomp]ywith all national and localelectrical codes. The air compressorshould also have
the proper three prong groundingplug, correct voltage, and adequate _se protection.
Risk of
Exploslo_- oI r,,=
;Ne._ operate the.compr_isor.neat oombusfible marshals,geeoUr_e01'e_oJ_nt-vapoFr_;
If spraying flammable materials, locatethe sir compressor at least 20 teat-sway fro_
the spray areal Never operate the air compressor indoorsor tn • confined area
Risk of Bursting
Alway=draintheair cempres=ortankdailyorafter eachuse.If the tankdevelopsa task,
then replacethe air oompreasor.Neveruse the air compre_or aftera leek has been
foundor W to make anymodificationsto thetank, Never modify the air compreesor's
faotofysettingswhichcontrolthe tankpressureor anyother function,
Specdzcations
Pump ......................
Motor Indu_on ..............
Bore ........................
_roke .......
"..............
Voltage Single Plisse .........
Oil-lube direct ddve1.5 HP max developed,
1HP funning
1.65w
1,26"
_120 VAC
Minimum Circuit Requirement . ..._15 Ampe
Air Tank Capac'W ............
.3 Ga,one
Cut-in Pressure ...............
95 PSI
Cut-out Pressure ...........
., .125 PSI
SCFM @ 90 PSI ............
2.4
Glossary
CFM: Cubic feet per minute.
SCFM: _'_dard cub_r' feat per minute; a unitof measure
for air delivetT.
PSIG: Pounds per square Inch gauge: a unltof measure
for pressure.
ASME: American Soolety of Mechanical Engineer=.
Catlfomla Code:Unlt may oomplywith California Code
462 (f) (2)/(M) (2).
CuHn Pressure; -The air compressor will automatically
start to refill the tank when the pressure drops
below the pre._oribedminimum
Cut-Out Pressure: The pointat which the motor steps
when the tank has reaohed maximum air
pressure,
Code Certification: Productsthat bear one or more ofthe following marks: UL, CUL,ETLCSA,
have been evaluated by O_HA-certl_]edindependent
safety laboratories and meet the applicable
UnderwritersLabor_tariee Standards for Safety
Duty Cycle
This Is a 50% dutycy_'ieair compressor.Do not runtheair €ompressor
morethan 30 minutesof one hour. Doing
coulddamagethe =lr compressor.
Parts & Features
See figures below for reference,
Provides
clean elf to the pump and must always be kept free of debris. Check on a daily basis or before each use. 1
I AW
Intake Rlter
Indicates the outgoingair pressure to the tool and is controlled
Regulator Gauge
1
by the regulator.
Tank Preemui'eGauge
indicatesthe reserve air pressure in the tank.
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Outlet Tube
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7-
.
Pressure 8wlt_
. . _
This controlsthe power to the motor aJ_d.al_e.--'.:_
cut4n/cut-out pressure settings. This switch .served"1
the AkRo-OniOffpositionsfor the unit,
J
on Fill Cap
=Valve
The pressure relief valve located on the
side of the pressure switch, is designed to
automa,bcally release compressed air when
the air compressor reaches cut-out pressure,
The released air shouJd only escape
momentarily and the valve shouldthen dose.
t
Valve
Used to allow excess tank pressure to
e_pe
into the atmosphere, This valve
should only open when the tank preastJre
is above the maximum rated pressure.
Pressure
Relief Tube
Regutatcr
The air pressure coming from the air tank is
con_olled by the regulator, To increasu the
pressure turn the le_ob clePJxwiee
and to
decrease the pressure turn the knob _
counterdockw;su.
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J
Quick
Offers
Connect
• quick release feature for sttashtng and removing the air hose,1
011Sight Gatiga
I
l Tank
DraIn
Valve
Used
to drsJnoundensation
from the a=rtank, Located st bottom of tank.: 1
Check
Whenvalv_
the pump is not in operation the valve €losests retzdn=drpressure in,;de the tank, An internal component.1
Installation
& Assembly
The air compressor should be turned off and unptuggod Imm the
power coume betore any rnainrananoe is performed as well a=
the air bled from the tank and the unit allowed t_rne
to cool. Personal Inlunes could oOcvr from moving paris, elecldcol sources, compressed elf or hot surfaces. The
mgulutor assembly must be a_eched before use, Failure to
assemble correctly could result in lo_s end poss=bleinjury
It unsure of assembly instructions or you expe(_ence diffisul_ in
the assmmb;y please call your local .service deparlmem Ior forthsr
Instruction,
Qufok Connect Assembly
'L Before assembly be sure that the
Quick Connect (Q C,) threads have a
sealant applied from the factory m proven!
Iaa_ around the threads. If no sealant is
present, wrap [ha threaded portion W_l
Teflon tope.
2 Remove the regulator's plasito plug, Attach
the O C. assembly to the air compressor by aligning the Q,C
threads to the regulator on the manifold. Be certam ld align
the threads before tlghtenleg to prevent thread damage
3, After hand t_htening, the a_embly should be turned clock
wise 1 to 1,5 revolmlona with • 13ki6ths _ze wrench.
To prevent damage and leaks, do not over-tighten
To ths'taU the Air Intake Rlter
Remove the pleatlo plug from the
_,/_
compressor head. Remove the air into,he
"_(
t]ifer from the poly bag and thread it onto the
t_'
_"-'_
_'_
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Lo_-'Mlon of the Air Compmuor
The air compressor should oiwe.ys be Io_ted In n clean,
dry. and welt verdllated environment. The unit should have
ai mNmum, 12 Inchec of space on each side, The air m_arintake
should be _ee of any debris or obstmc_ono, Check the air fi_tor
on a dally bogle to be sure _tis clean and in working order
Grounding Inatru_lone
TI_ product should be greund_. In the event of an decuir.al
sherl oh'cult, grounding reduses I_ risk of electric r.hock by provlrflngan escape wire for the eleclnfocurrant, This product is
equipped with • cord having o grounding wire with an agproprfato gmun_ng plug. (See the figure below) The plug must be
plugged into an outlet that is properly installed and grounded In
acmrdanco wi_ ag lOcal codas and ordinances Check with a
quaiiflod olec_ln_n or sense
personnel ff these
ins'b'ucfions arenot
P/ug
complet$1y understood
Omunde_
or If in doubt as to
guilt
whether the tool is
Ground/noP/n
Improper install_on of the grounding p_ugwill result In It
risk of slocMe shock. IFrepair or replecomerd of the cord
or p_ugIs nuseseery, do not conne_ the grounding w_rsto either
fiat blade fermlnaL The wire wi_ insula_on having an outer surface tha_ Is green with or without yellow stripe= Is _ grounding
wire CheeX _
a quaiffled ethetri=an or serviceman If the
grounding ii%=d_.,ctin_are not completely understood, or if m
doubt as to _i_uther the product m propedy grounded. DO not
modify the plug provided, If It will not th the oubeL havE)the prop
er ou'Jetinstalled by & qualified aiesfi'idan.
asr as shown.
Do not otternptto start the =drcomprasecr
without ffrst adding oil to the crankcase
Serious damage can
resuit unl_ fifled _th oil The pump Is shipped without ell from
the fectury. Only use non.detergent clio since multl-vlecos W
motor oils leave carbon itapos_ on pump ¢omp0nsms, thus
and compressor rife,
Drain the tank to I_leece all tank air
pressure betom removthg the oll _ P._p, Be sure the air vent in
the 09 fill cap (see figure to the right) ;8 free _
L_.,7_I ?L
from debris. If ntr vent Is blocked, pressure
can build In orankcase causing dam N to
lee compressor and possPblo pereonat in_Jry.
Lubdeatton and Oil
Remove the oll tiffcap by turning it
counter-clockwise by hand. Fd] the
compressor pump v/_h an sir €ompressor ell such as SAF.-_0
non.detergent (API CG/CD Heevy Duty) oll
at slow thterv_
unlll the oil tee0hea the
eentor of the red oirelo In the sight itiass
( see figure above). Use SAE-10 during
extreme winter ¢onditfono.
This pmduut Is for use on ,= cimuit having a nominal rot_ng
of 120 wits and is lectory-equltwed with e spa€tits aie_dc cord
und plug to pem_]t conno_lOn to a proper electric clrcolL Make
sure that the product Is connected to as outbt hav_g the same
sunfigur_gon as the plug, No adapter should be used with this
product, H theproduct mutd be reconnected for use on a different type of eb¢_e circuit, quailfled servlse personnel should
mske ths reconn_fion,
ExtensionCords
Useonlya 3-wire extensioncord met has e 3..blade
groundingplug.anda S-slotnmsptanlothat willacceptthe plug
onl_e predu_ Ma_e sumyoursxtanaloncordis In goodcondiIfon,When usingan extanaioncord,be sureto uaeone heavy
onDughto P.art_the currentyourproduutwill draw. Cordsmust
not escoed 25 feetandNo. 12 AWGsee must be ungd An
undersizedcord willceu.'u=a drop in linevoltage resultingIn loss
el power and overileetthg,
BrenkIn Prooedure_
NobreakIn pro_dom is requiredby the usur,Trde
productIs factorylect_ to ensureproperoperationand
performanse
Operating Procedures
Daily Start-Up Procedures
_/_Turn the Auto-On/off lever to the On-Auto position and
=he compressor v_llstart and build air pressure in the
tank to out-outpressure and then shut offautomatically
O Set the Auto-On/Off lever to the Off position.
__ Check the air compressor visuallyfor any damage
or obstru_on,
Ad}ustthe regula_r to a PSI se_lngthat Is needed for
your applica_on and be sure it ts withm the safety
standards required to performthe task. ff using a
pneumatic tool, the manufacturer should have
recommendatJons=nthe manual for that particular
tool on eperabng PSI se_ngs.
_) Close the drain valve.
Check the oil level of the pump
Connect the air hose to the quick connectsocket on
the regulator assembly by ineerling the quick connect
plug on the air hose rote the quick connect soci<at,The
quick connect socket collar will snap forward and lock
the plug into piece providingan airtight ssai between
=hesocket and plug, To relez_e the air hose pushthe
collar back on the quick connect socket.
_) Plug the power cord into the proper receptacle
Note: The air compressor is now ready for use. The
following Inflationand cleaning aosessorlea packaged
v_ththis unit should only be operated at maximum
pres_Jre of 20-30 PSI: blow gun, tapered nozzle,
infla_on needles, blew gun adapter.
Dally Shut-Down Prooeduma
1. Set the Auto-On/Off laver to the Off posihan
2. Unplug the power cord from the receptacle.
3. Set the outlet pressure to zero on the regulator,
4. Remove any airtools or accessories, When draining
the tank, always use e_r and eye profectten.Drain the
tank in a suitable location;condensation will be present
=nmost cassa of draimng.
5. Open the drain valve allowing airto bleed fl'omthe
tank. After 811of the air has bled from the tank, close
the drain valve to prevent debns buildup =nthe valve.
P"REo,_r,,_llJ]l[o_
When drainingthe tank, always use ear and eye protection.
Drain the tank in a suitable location; condensation will be
present In most cases of dreinmg,
Water that remains in the tank dudng storage will corrode
and weaken the air tank which couldcause the tank to
rupture.To Avoid serious injury, be sure to drain the tank
after each usa or dady.
S
Maintenance
NOTE:
Any service procedure not covered in the maintenance
_ereoenet.
schedule below should be performed
Before each
use or daily
Items to Check/Change
Check Tank Safety Valve
Overall Unit Visual Check
X
Check Oil Level
X
Afterfirst
lO hours
by qualified service
Every
100 hours
X
X
Change Oil
Check Air RIter (more frequently =ndusty or humid environments)
Drain Tank (after each use or daily)
X
X
z Irc tlji R
To ensure efficient operation and longer life of the air
compressor unit, a routine maintenance schedule should
be followed The following schedule is geared toward •
consumer whose compressor Is used in a normal working
environment on a daily basis. If necessary,the schedule
should be modified TOsuit the condrl_ansunder which your
compressor is used The modifications wiltdepend upon
the hours of operation and the working environment. Air
compressors used in an extremely difo/end/or hostile
environment will require a greater frequency of ell
maintenance checks,
Oil Changing
For changing _e pump oil. be sure to do thefollowing:
t, Turn the unit off and unplug the power cord from the
receptacle.
2. Allow the compressor tLmato cool if It has bean in
opera'0on.
3 Open the dra=nvalve to bleed all air from the tank.
4 Close the dram valve.
5. Remove the oil I_11
cap on the pump.
6 Remove the sight glass with e box end wrench or
socket. Drain the oil Into a suitable sentaJner and
dispose of properly. The compressor may need to be
tipped slightly towards the drain hole to allow all of the
oll to drain.
The air compressor should be turned off and unplugged
from the power source before any maintenance is
performed as well as the alr bled from the tank and the
unit aTIowedt=meto cool Psrscna! injuries could occur
from moving parts, electrical scum.s, compressed air or
hot surfa_J.
7. Reattaoh the sight glass Note: Torque the sight glass
10-12 inchll_, when re-assembling. Be sure the gasket
is betwsen the s_ghtglass and the pump crankcase,
8, Refill the compressor pump with an _ur compressor all
such as SAE-30 non-detergent (APt CG/CD Heavy
Duty) oil a_slow _ntervaisur_l the o'dreaches the center
of the red orcle in the sight glass Use a SAE-t0 during
extreme winter conditions,
Storage
For stodng the air compressor, be sure to do the fotlowing
1, Turn the unit off and unplug the power cord from the
receptacle.
2 Remove all air hoses, accessories, and air tools from
the air compressor.
3. Perform the daily maintenance schedule,
4. Open the drain valve to bleed all air from the tank
5. Close the drain valve.
6. Store the air compressor in a clean and dry location.
Troubleshooting Guide
_The
air compressor
shouldbe
turned
off and
unplugged
the
power
source before
anyto cool
mamtenanse
is performed
as well
as the
_Jr bted
from thefrom
tank
and
the unutallowed
time
Persona] inluries could occur from moving pans, _[ectrica] sources, compressed anr,or hot surfaces
PROBLEM
POSglBLE CORRECTION
Air leaks at the check valve
A defective chsok valve results in s constant air leak at the pressure relief valve
or st the pressure relief valve,
when there is pressure in the tank and the compressor is shut off. Drain the tank,
then remove and clean or replace the check valve
Air leaks between head and
cylinder.
Be sum of proper torque on head bolts. If leak rem,_ins,contacta servicetsohnician.
Anrleek from safety valve.
Operate the safety valve manually by pulling on the dng, If the valve continues to
leak when in the closed posibon, tt should be replaced.
Pressure msding on the
If there us an excessive amount of pressure drop when the accessory ns used,
regulated pressure gauge
dreps whenanecoeseory_e
used.
replase the regulator.
NOTE:
Adjust the regulated pressure under flow conditions(while accessory is being used).
It is normal for the gauge to show minimal pressure loss dudng _niUaluse of the
tool,
Excessive tank pressure.
Move the Auto-On/Off lever to the Off position. If the unit doesn't shut off, unplug it
from the power source end contact a service technician,
Motor will
not e_aR,
Make sure power cord is plugged In and the switch is on. inspect for the proper size
rues in your circuit box. If the fuse was tnpped, reset Pl and restart the unnt. If
repeated tripping occurs, replace the check valve or contact a service technician,
Excessive moisture _rtthe
Remove the water in the tank by draining after each usa. High humidity
discharge sir.
environments will cause excessive condensation
line.
Utilize water/llter_ on your air
NOTE:
Water condensationis not caused by compressorma]functnon.
Be sure the
compreseor's slr output is greater then your tool's anr coneumptfonrate.
Air leaks from the tank body
ortank welds
Never drill into, weld or otherwise modify the air tank or it wnllweaken, The tank can
rupture or explode Compressor cannot be re_nred,
compressor,
DIscontfnue use of the air
Craftsman Air Compressor Model 921.153101
Parts List
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Craftsman Air Compressor Model 921.153101
Parts List
Reference Kk
Number Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
lg
19
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
2g
29
3O
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
1
!
2
2
2
Pan
Desedptioc
Number
E100434
IntakeRhr Housing,
1/2NPT
EI00435 FilterElement
9c_ew,SocketHead,
M6 x t.0 x 30n'_ql
LockWasher,
6ram
EI00227 Cylinder
Heed
EIOOB09 Exhaust
E_ow
Gasket,Head
E100228 Vo)vePlata
Et0022g ValveRead
GMket,vaive
Plate
G_lmt, cygnderUpper
Oyflndm,
ID42mm
x H65mm
Screw,
Sockat
Head,
M6 x i.Ox 20ram
2
3
3
3
3
3
@
3
$
4
4
5
5
2
6
QuanttLy Reference _
Pro1
Number Number Number
Gasket.Gylmdor
Lower
Ring,Compress'_n
Ring,Scraper
Pbt_
PIslonPin
SnapRing,1gram
RodConsec_ng
Nut,MBXl.0
Ecceatrlc
Oil FinCap
O Ring,OD17mmx2ram
Cove, Crankcase
E101000 Sorow,HexRangeHead,
M5 x 0.8x 15mm
Seal,OilSigh!
Gauge
Gauge,OilSight
Baffle,Rubber
Nut,Mgxl.25
Washer,
Tea_ Lock_16 Inch
Screw,RoundHead,Phi_ps,
Mgx0.S x6mm
1
1
4
B
1
1
I
2
2
1
1
1
g
1
2
I
1
1
2
1
1
I
1
1
I
4
1
1
1
10
2
4
wseher,Lock,3ram
E100248 Capadtot,Sta_ng(200pF)
E100247 Gabedlor,Rur_lng(40pF)
Motor
EI00955 Shroud
4
1
1
I
1
E100854
6
SCrew,HexRangeHead,
MSx 0.8 x 10mm
E100956 Pressure
RelidTz.Coe
Nut,Compression,
I/4 inch
1
2
41
42
43
44
4S
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
5g
60
E1008S7
E100594
E100205
E100093
E1000N
E100ogg
E100307
E13O595
S100853
E10095B
E103Og7
E100098
E13O898
6
6
6
6
BI
62
63
E100101
B4
NotSho'_m
NotShov,'n
NotShown
NotShown
EI01193
El 00110
E100730
E100859
E101176
Description
Quantity]
I
Ferrule,Corapreealon,
1/4inch 2
Pressure
Switch
1
StrainRailer
2
Pressure
Gauge,2' 200PSI
1
PrsecuraGauge,1,5' 200P$1
1
SafetyVefve
1
Regulator
1
Coupler,
Qu=ck
connent
1
Mpp]e.l/4'NPTx2_mm
I
Nipple,t/4'NPTx35mm
1
OutletTube
1
Nut,Compresek,
n, 3/8 inch
2
Ferrule,Compression,
3/8 Inch 2
Grip,Handle
I
Tank
1
OialnValve,I/4"NFT
1
Ch_ Valve
1
Rat Washer,Bmm
12
Isolator,
Rubber
4
Screw,HaxHead,
4
MBx 125 x 25ram
W_r, Lock,8ram
8
PowerCord14/3X g'
t
Screw,SocketHead,
4
M@x 1._ x 16ram
Plug,Plsehc,forHsr_[s
1
Lebe_DrainTankWarning
1
Label,Spec,fieatlon
HP,Tanksize I
label, WarningB[llnguef
Tartk 1
Manual,Operato_JPm',a
1
Note:Anyp_ number
fmldwithoul
e number
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Oesedptlor_
amprovided
forreference
onty,The_t #colurnn
represents
that1hepadbeingoffered
_ ava_bleina kit.Oneofeachpartperkitw,1
beoffered.
Kitnumberandpzrts1hatareincluded
areas follows:
No.
I
2
3
Pro1No.
E100794
E100959
E100251
Dezcdpdon
Ir_ FilterK11
GasketKzt
Pla_ IQt
Referent, No.
I, 2
7. 10-tl, 14.29
1522
4
5
6
E100087
Et00088
E10DI_
O_1
FillGapw/O-rlng
OilSightGaugew/O-ring
[€obtorKit
23-24
27.28
30, 55-57