High Performance Oilless Commercial
Refrigerant Recovery Unit
User Manual
2079-1130
Rev. 6 – May 2010
Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of the STINGER high performance oilless recovery unit.
Bacharach has worked hard to make the STINGER the highest performing, most portable,
and easiest to use recovery unit on the market. We are committed to your complete
satisfaction!
CAUTION: These instructions are for personnel trained and experienced in the handling of
refrigerants. Unqualified individuals should not attempt to operate this equipment. Failure to
follow proper operating procedures may cause personal injury.
WARNING: Inhalation of high concentrations of refrigerant vapors is harmful and may cause
heart irregularities, unconsciousness, or death. Deliberate inhalation of refrigerants is
extremely dangerous and death can occur without warning. Vapors reduce oxygen available
for breathing and are heavier than air. Decomposition products are hazardous. Liquid contact
may cause frostbite. All refrigerant containers, equipment, and hoses are under pressure.
CAUTION!
Before operating this unit, please read this manual in its
entirety. It is important that you have a thorough understanding of the procedures
outlined in this manual. Failure to follow these procedures could void all
manufacturer warranties.
WARNING!
This unit is capable of over-pressurizing a DOT recovery
cylinder. Ensure that you are using the proper DOT recovery cylinder for the refrigerant
that you are recovering. NOTE: R-410 is capable of pressures exceeding 600 psi. Typical
DOT recovery cylinders are rated at 350 psi with a pressure relief set at 550 psi. These
cylinders should not be used with R-410A. Only cylinders rated at 400 psi with the relief
valve setting at 600 psi should be used to for R-410A. Failure to use the proper cylinder
can be extremely dangerous!
BEFORE
handling refrigerants, read the material safety data sheet from
the refrigerant manufacturer
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STINGER Specifications
STINGER
Compatible
Refrigerants
R-12, R-22, R-114, R-134a, R-401A, R-401B, R-401C, R-402A,
R-402B, R-404A, R-406A, R-407A, R-407B, R-407C, R-407D,
R-408A, R-409A, R-410A, R-411A, R-411B, R-412A, R-500,
R-502, R-507, R-509
Power
• 110/120 VAC, 1 Phase, 50/60 Hz, 8 Amps
• 220 VAC, 1 Phase, 50/60 Hz, 4 Amps
Compressor
¾ HP High Performance Oilless
Cooling
Two Cooling Fans
Protection
High pressure cutoff at 550 psi. Compressor is protected by
circuit breakers and internal compressor thermal sensor.
Optional 80% tank full shutoff kit (P/N 2090-0091).
Pressure Ratings
Low Side design pressure 450 PSI
High Side design pressure 550 PSI
Temperature
Operating Range 32 to 104 °F (10 to 40 °C)
Case
Blow-Molded, High Impact Polyethylene
Size / Weight
Length
17"
Width
9.5"
Height
11"
Weight
24 Lbs.
Certification
See label on
back of unit
Complies with UL1963 (not evaluated for automotive use)
Refrigerant Recovery Rates
Certified per ARI 740-95 & 740-98
Refrigerant
Liquid Rate
Liquid Push-Pull
Rate
Vapor Rate
Vacuum Level
(inches Hg)
R-22
3.53 lb/min
1.60 kg/min
12.30 lb/min
5.58 kg/min
0.29 lb/min
0.13 kg/min
>15
2.67 lb/min
1.21 kg/min
3.02 lb/min
1.37 kg/min
10.98 lb/min
4.98 kg/min
14.62 lb/min
6.63 kg/min
0.22 lb/min
0.10 kg/min
0.22 lb/min
0.10 kg/min
R-134A
R-410A
3
>15
>15
Table of Contents
Introduction............................................................................................. 2
STINGER Specifications ........................................................................ 3
Table of Contents ................................................................................... 4
General Safety ....................................................................................... 5
Operational Safety.................................................................................. 6
Description of Features .......................................................................... 7
Vapor/Liquid Recovery Operations......................................................... 9
Standard Recovery Hose Connections................................................. 10
Liquid Push-Pull Recovery Operations ................................................. 11
Liquid-Pull Recovery / Charging Method .............................................. 13
R-410A Recovery – Special Notes ....................................................... 14
Purging the STINGER .......................................................................... 15
DOT Recovery Cylinder Safety ............................................................ 16
Recovery Tips ...................................................................................... 17
Troubleshooting.................................................................................... 18
Schematic Diagrams ............................................................................ 19
STINGER Parts List ............................................................................. 20
STINGER Exploded View ..................................................................... 21
Compressor Parts List .......................................................................... 22
Compressor Exploded View ................................................................. 23
Warranty / Repair Procedures .............................................................. 24
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General Safety
Know your equipment
Read and understand the User Manual and labels affixed to the unit. Learn the application
and limitations as well as the specific potential hazards of your equipment.
Ground all equipment
This unit is equipped with a three-pronged grounded power cord.
Use the proper extension cord
Keep extension cord length to a minimum. Use the following guide for choosing the proper
extension cord: 18 gauge cord – maximum length 10 feet
16 gauge cord – maximum length 25 feet
14 gauge cord – maximum length 50 feet
12 gauge cord – maximum length 100 feet
Use approved hoses
Use refrigerant connection hoses that are approved to SAE J2196-1992. These hoses must
provide a shut-off device within 12 inches of the ends, and must be approved for outdoor usage.
Use approved recovery tank
Use a DOT approved refrigerant recovery tank made for use with the type of refrigerant being
recovered. Note that R-410 is capable of pressures exceeding 600 psi. Typical DOT recovery
cylinders are rated at 350 psi with a pressure relief set at 550 psi. These cylinders should not
be used with R-410A. Only cylinders rated at 400 psi with the relief valve setting at 600 psi
should be used to for R-410A. Failure to use the proper cylinder can be extremely dangerous!
Use weight scale
A scale must be used to indicate when the recovery tank is 80% full when the STINGER
does not have the 80% Shutoff Kit option installed.
Avoid dangerous environments
Although the unit can be used outdoors, we do not recommend operation in the rain, or in
wet locations. Secure the unit when working above floor level. This equipment should not be
used in the vicinity of spilled or open containers of flammable materials.
Ventilation requirements
This equipment should be used in a location with mechanical ventilation that provides at
least 4 air changes per hour, or the equipment should be located at least 18" above the floor.
Use recommended accessories
Follow the instructions that accompany all accessories. Improper use of accessories may
damage the equipment or create a hazard.
Repair damaged parts
Do not operate the unit with a defective part. Repair unit to proper operating conditions.
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Operational Safety
WARNING: Inhalation of high concentrations of refrigerant vapors is harmful and
may cause heart irregularities, unconsciousness, or death. Deliberate inhalation of
refrigerants is extremely dangerous and may cause death. Vapor reduces the oxygen
available for breathing and is heavier than air. Decomposition products are
hazardous. Liquid contact can cause frostbite. All refrigerant containers, equipment,
and hoses are under high pressure.
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Avoid breathing high concentrations of vapors.
Use with sufficient ventilation to keep operator exposure below recommended limits,
especially in enclosed and low lying areas.
Avoid contact of liquid with eyes and prolonged skin exposure.
Wear safety goggles and protective gloves.
Make sure the power switch is in the OFF position before plugging this equipment into
an AC power source.
Unplug unit before servicing; otherwise, an electrical shock hazard will be present when
the unit is disassembled.
Use caution when connecting or disconnecting hoses. Improper usage may result in
refrigerant burns (frostbite). If a significant refrigerant leak occurs, proceed immediately
to a well-ventilated area.
Do not apply open flame or heat unit above 125 °F.
Do not allow refrigerants to contact open flame. Decomposition will occur. Inhalation of
decomposition is harmful.
First Aid:
Breathing: If high concentrations of refrigerant vapors are inhaled, immediately remove
the person(s) to fresh air. Keep calm. If not breathing, give artificial respiration. If
breathing is difficult, give oxygen. Call a doctor. Do not give epinephrine or similar drugs.
Eye: In case of liquid contact, immediately flush eye with water. Seek medical attention.
Skin: Flush with water. Treat for frostbite by gently warming the affected area.
CAUTION: All refrigerant hoses, recovery tanks, refrigerant lines, the STINGER unit,
and other vessels containing refrigerants should be handled at all times as if under high
pressure.
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Description of Features
1. Inlet Gauge
Displays the inlet/suction pressure of the system being
evacuated.
2. Purge Valve
This valve determines what function the STINGER
performs. This valve is UP during recovery operations
and DOWN for purging and liquid push-pull operations.
3. Inlet Port Valve
Opens or closes the inlet port. Points UP (open) for all
recovery operations and points DOWN for purging
operations.
4. Inlet Port
Refrigerant hose connection for incoming refrigerant.
5. Outlet Gauge
Displays the outlet/discharge pressure.
6. Outlet Port Valve
Opens or closes the outlet port. Points UP when it is
open, and to the left when CLOSED.
7. Outlet Port
Refrigerant hose connection for outgoing refrigerant.
8. Circuit Breakers
Protects the STINGER from over current.
9. 80% Tank Full
Shutoff Cord
(Optional)
This optional accessory connects to a DOT recovery
cylinder’s overfill sensor and automatically shuts the
STINGER off when the recovery cylinder reaches 80%
of its liquid-fill limit.
Note: If this option is installed, the STINGER will not
operate unless it is connected to a recovery cylinder
with a compatible level-float switch. If the recovery
cylinder does not have a float switch, then a shorting
cap must be installed on the shutoff cord.
10. Power Cord
Plugs into an appropriate AC outlet. Note that 220 VAC
units are equipped with a male IEC 60320 plug that
requires a customer supplied power-cord adapter that
conforms to local electrical codes.
11. Power Switch
When in the ON position, this switch starts the recovery
operation by turning ON the compressor.
12. Storage Pocket
This heavy-duty storage pocket is used to store the
Operations Manual, the Warranty Card and the Original
Invoice. These items should be kept with the unit at all
times.
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Description of Features Continued
1. Inlet Gauge
5. Outlet Gauge
2. Purge Valve
3. Inlet Port
Valve
6. Outlet Port
Valve
7. Outlet Port
4. Inlet Port
8. Circuit Breakers
11. Power Switch
9. Location of
optional 80% tank
full shutoff cord
12. Storage
Pocket
10. Power Cord
(Note: 220 VAC
units have a male
IEC 60320 type plug
that requires the
use of a customer
supplied power-cord
adapter)
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Vapor/Liquid Recovery Operations
Perform the following steps when recovering refrigerant that is either in vapor or liquid form.
Note: Refer to “R-410A Recovery – Special Notes” on Page 14 when recovering R-410A.
1.
Turn off all electrical or mechanical power to the refrigerant device to be evacuated.
2.
Make proper hose connections. Connect refrigerant hoses to recovery cylinder,
STINGER, and A/C system as shown on Page 10. When possible, use a manifoldgauge set to recover refrigerant from both the high- and low-side service ports. This
will speed up the recovery rates.
CAUTION: If the 80% tank full shutoff cord is not used, then use a scale to monitor the
refrigerant level in the recovery cylinder in order to prevent overfilling.
CAUTION: When recovering R-410A, you must use a recovery cylinder approved for
use with R-410A. Standard recovery cylinders with 350 psi working pressures are not
approved for use with R-410A.
3.
Turn the inlet and outlet valves to their “OPEN” position, and the PURGE valve to its
“RECOVER” position. Open the vapor valve on the DOT recovery tank.
4.
Use the rear mounted power switch to turn ON the STINGER. The compressor will now
begin to recover refrigerant.
Note: When recovering liquid, in rare instances a “knocking” sound may come from the
compressor. This indicates that too much liquid is entering the compressor. The inlet valve
must be regulated (closed) until this knocking sound stops, otherwise compressor damage
could occur. Pumping liquid when the compressor is knocking will damage the compressor,
reduce the compressor life, and void the compressor’s warranty. This condition is rare
and should not occur under normal recovery operations.
5.
6.
Proceed with the recovery process until the system pressure shows a vacuum. Turn
OFF the STINGER for a minimum of 5 minutes; after which, determine the amount of
refrigerant remaining in the system. Repeat this step until system pressure is below
mandatory EPA levels.
Purge the STINGER as follows:
a.
Turn OFF the STINGER.
b.
Turn the inlet and purge valves to their “PURGE” position (both pointing DOWN),
and the outlet valve to its “OPEN” position (pointing UP).
c.
Turn ON the STINGER and monitor the inlet gauge. The purge operation is
complete when the inlet pressure gauge shows a vacuum.
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Standard Recovery Hose Connections
IMPORTANT NOTES FOR LIQUID RECOVERY
Do not pump virgin refrigerant with the STINGER. Unlike recovered
refrigerant, virgin refrigerant does not contain oil. Pumping virgin
refrigerant through the STINGER will remove all lubrication from the
compressor bearings, resulting in premature bearing failure. Use the
liquid push-pull method or the liquid-pull method to transfer large
amounts of liquid refrigerant (virgin or dirty).
Attention: You must use an agency approved in-line filter when
recovering liquid. Contaminants (particularly from the bottom of
recovery cylinders) can enter the STINGER and become lodged in the
valve seats causing damage and resulting in leaks. We recommend
using Bacharach in-line filter P/N 0007-1700 to guarantee optimum
pumping speed.
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Liquid Push-Pull Recovery Operations
Attention: Before attempting liquid push-pull recovery operations,
please review this page.
A scale or liquid-sight glass can be used to determine when all the liquid is recovered. The
STINGER will not pull a vacuum using the liquid push-pull recovery operation. To finish the
recovery operation, you must perform vapor recovery operations as described on Page 9.
GUIDLINES:
If any of the following conditions are present in the system being evacuated, the liquid pushpull operations may not be practical and vapor recovery operations should be performed.
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The equipment contains less than 20 lbs of refrigerant.

The equipment is a heat pump or other system with refrigerant flow that would prevent
you from isolating the liquid.

Equipment has an accumulator between the service ports used in the liquid recovery
process.
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Liquid refrigerant migration has occurred and the location of the liquid is unknown.

The refrigerant tubing design on the equipment does not allow for a solid column of
liquid refrigerant to be formed.
STEPS:
The liquid push-pull recovery method requires the use of a third hose. In addition, a sightglass is useful for determining when all of the liquid has been pushed out of the system. After
all the liquid has been pushed out, you will need to reconfigure the hoses for vapor recovery
since the liquid push-pull recovery method does not pull a vacuum on the system.
1.
Remove power from the refrigerant device to be evacuated.
2.
Make proper hose connections for liquid push-pull recovery as shown in the diagram
on Page 12.
CAUTION: If the 80% tank full shutoff cord is not used, then use a scale to monitor the
refrigerant level in the recovery cylinder in order to prevent overfilling.
CAUTION: When recovering R-410A, you must use a recovery cylinder approved for
use with R-410A. Standard recovery cylinders with 350 psi working pressures are not
approved for use with R-410A.
3.
Turn the inlet and outlet valves to their “OPEN” position and the PURGE valve to its
“PURGE” position. Note: The “PURGE” position bypasses the condenser, optimizing
the push-pull flow rate.
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Liquid Push-Pull Operations Continued
4.
Open both the vapor and liquid valves on the DOT recovery tank.
5.
Turn ON the STINGER. The compressor will begin to “pull” vapors from the cylinder
and “push” the liquid out of the system and into the recovery cylinder.
6.
If a sight-glass is being used, you should watch it to determine when all of the liquid
has been removed from the system.
7.
The liquid push-pull recovery method will not pull a vacuum in the system. You must
turn OFF the STINGER and reconfigure the hoses for vapor recovery operations as
described on Page 9.
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Liquid-Pull Recovery / Charging Method
Do not pump virgin refrigerant with the STINGER. Unlike recovered
refrigerant, virgin refrigerant does not contain oil. Pumping virgin
refrigerant through the STINGER will remove all lubrication from the
compressor bearings, resulting in premature bearing failure. Use the
liquid push-pull method or the liquid-pull method to transfer large
amounts of liquid refrigerant (virgin or dirty).
The liquid-pull method is used to move a large amount of liquid refrigerant without the
refrigerant passing directly through the STINGER. The virgin refrigerant is pulled directly into
the system being charged. The STINGER keeps the pressure low in the system by removing
vapor. For every pound of vapor removed, as much as 25 pounds of liquid refrigerant may be
transferred. This method can be used for either virgin refrigerant or really dirty refrigerant.
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R-410A Recovery – Special Notes
R-410A is a replacement refrigerant for R-22. Its physical properties, however, are much
different than R-22. R-410A has a higher vapor pressure and is more dense than R-22.
These characteristics make recovering R-410A more difficult by putting more of a load on the
compressor. Please follow the instructions below to ensure trouble-free R-410A recovery.
Note: Hose connections are the same for recovering R-410A. Connect hoses as shown in
the vapor recovery diagram below.
Under normal operating conditions the STINGER can recover R-410A just like R-22. Under
certain conditions, however, because of R-410A’s higher vapor pressure and density, you
will have to take the following precautions:
CAUTION: USE ONLY DOT RECOVERY CYLINDERS APPROVED FOR USE WITH
R-410A. Overfilling or over-pressurizing your recovery cylinder is extremely dangerous!
WHEN RECOVERING VAPOR: If the STINGER sounds like it is overloaded either by
slowing down or by making a “knocking” sound, reduce the inlet pressure by closing or
“throttling” the inlet valve until the STINGER begins to run normally.
WHEN RECOVERING LIQUID: If a loud knocking noise occurs, the inlet pressure on the
STINGER should be throttled back by slowly closing the inlet valve until the knocking noise
stops. This action will prevent compressor damage.
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Purging the STINGER
The STINGER is equipped with a pump-down purge valve that allows the technician to pump
down or evacuate the STINGER before proceeding to the next recovery operation. This
procedure not only eliminates cross contamination, but also conserves refrigerant. Follow the
steps below to ensure your pump-down operation is performed correctly.
During the purge operation the entire STINGER is pulled into a vacuum, leaving no more
than 0.1 ounce of refrigerant in the unit.
STEPS:
1.
After recovery operations are complete, and with the unit still powered ON and running,
make the following control valve position changes (refer to illustration below):
•
Turn the inlet valve (blue knob left side) slowly to the “PURGE” position
(pointer DOWN position).
•
Turn the purge valve (black knob center) slowly to the “PURGE” position
(pointer DOWN position).
2.
The STINGER will now start purging itself of refrigerant. Allow the unit to run until the
inlet gauge indicates that there is an adequate vacuum present in the system.
3.
Turn OFF the STINGER and then turn the outlet valve (red knob right side) to its
“CLOSED” position.
4.
Close the Vapor and Liquid valves on the DOT recovery tank.
5.
Remove all hoses.
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DOT Recovery Cylinder Safety
WARNING!
This unit is capable of over-pressurizing a DOT recovery cylinder.
Ensure that you are using the proper DOT recovery cylinder for the refrigerant that you are
recovering. R-410A is capable of pressures exceeding 600 psi.
Typical DOT recovery cylinders are rated at 350 psi with a pressure relief set at 550 psi.
These cylinders should not be used with R-410A! Only cylinders rated at 400 psi with a
pressure relief set at 600 psi should be used to recover R-410A. Failure to use the proper
cylinder can be extremely dangerous.
If your STINGER is equipped with the optional 80% tank full shutoff cord, connect this cord to
a DOT recovery cylinder’s float switch. This cord connection will automatically shut OFF the
STINGER when the recovery cylinder reaches 80% of its liquid-full limit. It is recommended
that you use this cord for added safety.
If your STINGER is not equipped with an 80% tank full shutoff cord, or if you are using a
recovery cylinder that does not have a float switch, then you must use a scale to prevent
overfilling the cylinder.
Note: If the 80% tank full shutoff cord is present, but not being used, then a shorting cap
must be installed on the shutoff cord in order for the STINGER to operate.
Bacharach uses and recommends the Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Institute's (ARI)
Guideline K for the safe filling and handling of used refrigerant. This Publication is available
from ARI at http://www.ari.org.
The following information provides the safe fill weights for used refrigerant based on the size
of the container and is in accordance with Guideline K:
WATER
CAPACITY
NET REFRIGERANT
WEIGHT
GROSS CONTAINER
WEIGHT (APPROX.)
30 lbs
50 lbs
95 lbs
145 lbs
238 lbs
24 lbs
40 lbs
76 lbs
98 lbs
190 lbs
38 lbs
59 lbs
118 lbs
153 lbs
274 lbs
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Recovery Tips
• Use the shortest hoses possible. Long hoses increase the recovery time. Remove all
restrictions in the hoses. Hoses with ball valves on the ends are better than hoses that are
self-sealing. Remove Schrader core valves when possible from service ports.
• Always identify the refrigerant you are recovering. This will minimize cross contamination
and help you plan for the amount of refrigerant you will be recovering.
• Always pump liquid out of the system first, and then recover the remaining vapors. This
will significantly speed up recovery rates.
• With large amounts of refrigerant, use the liquid push-pull recovery method. This method
is three times faster than recovering liquid directly. Refer to the liquid push-pull
instructions on Page 11.
• When possible, recover from both the high and low side service port on the refrigeration
system. This will speed up the recovery rate.
• Use an agency approved in-line filter (P/N 0007-1700) to prevent contaminants from
entering the STINGER.
• If the STINGER has the optional 80% tank full shutoff cord installed, connect this cord to
the recovery cylinder’s float switch. If the cylinder does not have a float switch, then be
sure to install a shorting cap on the shutoff cord; otherwise, the STINGER will not operate.
Note: Although using a manifold gauge set will speed up the recovery process, a manifold
gauge set is not required.
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Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
CAUSE
ACTION
Unit will not start –
Fan does not run;
compressor does not start
Power Cord not attached
Attach Power Cord
No voltage at receptacle
Verify voltage at job site
Unit will not start –
Fan starts and runs;
compressor starts but will
not stay on
Optional 80% tank full shutoff cord
not connected to tank
Connect cord
Float switch in tank is open
Check tank switch with multimeter
Tank is full and float switch has
opened
Change tanks or short cord and
use scale
Circuit breaker has opened
Identify cause of breaker
activation, rectify and reset
Discharge pressure too high
Reduce pressure and rotate
Purge Valve to “Purge” and back
to “Recover”
HP Switch has opened
Reduce pressure
Electronics failure in motor, or on
printed circuit board
Factory service required
Purge valve is in “Purge” position
during recovery and HP switch
activates
Rotate Purge Valve to “Recover”
Discharge valve is not open and
HP switch activates
Rotate Discharge Valve to “Open”
position
Recovery tank valve not open
Open tank valve
Blocked discharge hose
Check and clear blockage
Air in system/tank
Bleed air from system/tank
Compressor stops
intermittently
Vapor pressure of refrigerant in
tank is close to HP trip point
Reduce tank temperature
Unit overheats
Excessive suction pressure due to
high ambient temperature
Reduce inlet pressure below
80 psi by throttling the inlet valve.
Recovery process too
slow
Head pressure too high
Reduce tank temperature or
change tanks
System refrigerant iced up
Throttle gauge manifold valves
and discharge valve to reduce
pressure differential between LP
and HP gauges
Cooling fan runs but
compressor will not start
Compressor starts but
cuts out within a few
minutes; pressure
indication on HP gauge is
high
Interrupt process and allow ice to
dissipate
Restriction in hoses or manifold
gauge set
Check and clear restriction
Compressor seals are worn
Rebuild compressor – check with
wholesaler for assistance
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Schematic Diagrams
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STINGER Parts List
See STINGER Exploded View on Page 21.
Item
No.
Part
Number
1
2045-0620
Compressor (110/120 VAC)
1
1
2045-0720
Compressor (220 VAC)
1
2
2023-0100
Manifold
1
3
2014-0310
High Pressure Switch, 550 psi
1
4
2013-0090
Fan, 4", 110/120 VAC
1
4
2013-0040
Fan, 4", 220 VAC
1
5
2043-0140
Plastic Case, Left
1
6
2043-0150
Plastic Case, Right
1
7
2063-0150
Gauge, Low Pressure
1
8
2063-0160
Gauge, High Pressure
1
9
2015-0140
Printed Circuit Board (110/120 VAC)
1
9
2015-0160
Printed Circuit Board (220 VAC)
1
10
2043-0160
Screen Guard, Condenser
1
11
2043-0130
Screen Guard, Fan
1
12
2014-0030
Circuit Breaker, 10 amp
2
13
2013-0055
Compressor Fan Blade
1
14
2043-0170
Vinyl Storage Pouch
1
15
2090-0059
Power Switch
1
16
2043-0120
Plastic Knob, Outlet, Red
1
17
2043-0100
Plastic Knob, Inlet, Blue
1
18
2043-0110
Plastic Knob, Black
1
19
2051-0660
Plastic Caps w/ Retainer 3/8"
2
20
2051-1680
Screws For Knobs
3
21
2022-0030
Fitting, Cylinder Head Elbow
2
--
2079-1130
Instruction Manual
--
2090-0091
80% Tank Full Shutoff Kit
Description
Qty
1
20
(Optional)
STINGER Exploded View
21
Compressor Parts List
See Compressor Exploded View on Page 23.
Part No.
Item
Description
Qty
2081-0410
1
Motor Shaft Head Bearing
1
2081-0370
2043-0030
2
3
Crank Housing
Shaft Seal
1
1
2051-1900
2081-0310
4
5
Screw, Machine, M5 x 10MM
Piston Cup Seal Retainer
1
1
2043-0020
2081-0270
6
7
Piston Cup Seal
Piston
1
1
2081-0400
2081-0260
8
9
Piston Journal Bearing
Crank
1
1
2077-0940
2081-0300
10
11
Gasket
Crank Housing End Cover
1
1
2051-1920
2081-0390
12
*13
Screw, Cap, M5 x 18MM
Shim, 0.002"
4
1
2081-0420
2081-0430
*14
*15
Shim, 0.003"
Shim, 0.005"
1
1
2077-0950
2081-0290
16
17
O-Ring, #026
Cylinder
1
1
2090-0039
2081-0280
18
19
Valve Plate Assembly
Cylinder Head
1
1
2051-1910
2090-0040
20
21
Screw, Cap, M5 x 50MM
Motor Brushes
4
2
2090-0041
22
2
2090-0042
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Cap, Motor Brush
Compressor Rebuild Kit
Includes Items 4, 5, 6, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18
*Any or all of these shims may be used.
22
1
Compressor Exploded View
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Warranty / Repair Procedures
Bacharach warrants this product for 1 year from the date of purchase indicated on the
original sales receipt. The warranty covers all parts within the unit but excludes damage to
the unit caused by misuse or mishandling. The unit’s motor brushes carry an extended
warranty of 5 years.
If the unit is in need of warranty service within 90 days of its date of purchase, it will be
replaced with a brand new one via our over the counter (OTC) exchange program. To obtain
a warranty replacement unit via the OTC exchange program, the following steps must be
followed:
1)
Return the unit to the wholesaler that it was purchased from, along with proof of
purchase (original or copy of sales receipt).
2)
If the wholesaler determines the unit is eligible for OTC exchange, it will be
replaced with a brand new one.
3)
The wholesaler should then contact our Customer Service Department for a
return goods authorization (RGA) in order to return the defective unit and have
an order entered for its replacement. Proof of purchase will be required in order
to process the RGA. OTC exchange units are processed as no charge orders.
If the unit is outside the 90 day OTC exchange period but within the 1 year warranty period,
the following steps must be followed:
1)
Download and fill out our Service Request Form at
http://www.mybacharach.com/service.htm. If Internet access is not available,
contact our Customer Service Department at 800-736-4666. They will fax you a
copy of the form.
2)
Return the unit, freight prepaid, along with proof of purchase (original or copy of
sales receipt) to:
Bacharach, Inc.
621 Hunt Valley Circle
New Kensington, PA 15068
3)
Upon receipt the unit will be evaluated. If the failure is determined to have been
caused by a factory defect, it will either be repaired or replaced with a new or like
new unit at Bacharach’s discretion. If the failure is determined to have been
caused by customer misuse or mishandling or proper proof of purchase has not
been supplied, an estimate of the repair costs will be provided before any repairs
or modifications are made to the unit.
If you have any questions, please contact our Customer Service Department at 800-7364666 or email them at help@mybacharach.com.
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