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RIDGID GP90150A Operator`s manual
GP90150A
OPERATOR’S MANUAL
WHEELBARROW
AIR
COMPRESSOR
To reduce the risk of injury, the user
must read and understand the
Operator’s Manual before using this
product.
IN629100AV 12/08
Printed in U.S.A.
Table of Contents
Section
Page
Section
Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Page
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Maintenance Schedule . . . . . . . . . .13
Tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Filter Removal, Inspection, and
Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Drive Belt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Safety Signal Words . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Before Using the Air
Compressor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Spraying Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Breathable Air Warning . . . . . . . . . . .5
Warning Labels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Glossary of Terms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Unpacking and Checking
Content . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Repair Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Getting to Know Your Air
Compressor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Operating Your Air Compressor . . .10
Moisture in Compressed Air . . . . . .10
Lubricaton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Start-up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
To Start Gasoline Engine . . . . . . . .12
2
Safety Instructions
This manual contains information that is
very important to know and understand.
This information is provided for SAFETY
and to PREVENT EQUIPMENT PROBLEMS. To help recognize this information, observe the following symbols.
Warning indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
COULD result in death or serious injury.
Safety Signal Words
Caution indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, MAY
result in minor or moderate injury.
Danger indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
WILL result in death or serious injury.
Notice indicates important information,
that if not followed, may cause damage
to equipment.
Before Using the Air Compressor
5. Wear safety glasses
(meeting ANSI Z87.1 or
in Canada CSA Z94.3-99)
and use hearing protection when operating the
pump or unit. Everyday glasses are
not safety glasses.
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65
This product or its power cord
may contain chemicals,
including lead, known to the
State of California to cause
cancer and birth defects or
other reproductive harm. Wash
hands after handling.
6. Do not stand on or use the pump or
unit as a handhold.
7. Before each use, inspect compressed
air system, fuel system and electrical
components for signs of damage,
deterioration, weakness or leakage.
Repair or replace defective items
before using.
Since the air compressor and other components (pump, spray guns, filters, lubricators, hoses, etc.) used make up a high
pressure pumping system, the following
safety precautions must be observed at
all times:
8. Check all fasteners at frequent intervals for proper tightness.
1. Read all manuals included with this product carefully. Be thoroughly familiar with the controls and
the proper use of the equipment.
MANUAL
Never operate
compressor without a
beltguard. Com-pressors can
start automatically without
warning. Personal injury or
property damage could occur
from contact with moving parts.
2. Follow all local safety codes as well
as the United States Occupational
Safety and Health Act (OSHA).
3. Only persons well acquainted with
these rules of safe operation should
be allowed to use the compressor.
9. Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry
that will get caught in the moving
parts of the unit.
4. Keep visitors away and NEVER allow
children in the work area.
3
Safety Instructions (continued)
Compressor parts may
be hot even if the unit is
stopped.
Motors, electrical
equipment and controls can
cause electrical arcs that will
ignite a flammable gas or vapor.
Never operate or repair in or
near a flammable gas or vapor.
Never store flammable liquids
or gases in the vicinity of the
compressor.
10. Keep fingers away from a running
compressor; fast moving and hot
parts will cause injury and/or burns.
11. If the equipment should start to
vibrate abnormally, STOP the
engine/motor and check immediately
for the cause. Vibration is generally a
warning of trouble.
Carbon monoxide can
cause severe nausea, fainting
or death. Do not operate unit
inside a closed building or a
poorly ventilated area.
NEVER refuel a running
or hot engine. Explosive fuel
can cause fires and severe
burns. Avoid overfilling fuel
tank.
13. To reduce fire hazard, keep
engine/motor exterior free of oil, solvent, or excessive grease.
12. Check fuel level before starting the
engine. Do not fill the gas tank
indoors. Wipe off any spilled gas
before starting the engine.
Never remove or attempt to
adjust safety valve. Keep safety
valve free from paint and other
accumulations.
Gasoline vapor is highly flammable. Refill outdoors or only
in well ventilated areas. Do not
store, spill or use gasoline near
an open flame or heat devices
such as a stove, furnace, or
water heater, which utilize a
pilot light, or any device that
can create a spark. If gasoline
is accidentally spilled, move
unit away from the spill area
and avoid creating any source
of ignition until gasoline vapors
have dissipated.
14. Do not tamper with governor setting
on engine. Overspeeding the unit
severely shortens engine life and may
also be very hazardous.
Never attempt to repair
or modify a tank! Welding,
drilling or any other modification will weaken the tank resulting in damage from rupture or
explosion. Always replace worn
or damaged tanks.
4
15. Tanks rust from moisture build-up,
which weakens the tank. Make sure to
drain tank daily and inspect periodically for unsafe conditions such as rust
formation and corrosion.
17. STOP the engine whenever leaving the
work area, before cleaning, making
repairs or inspections. When cleaning,
repairing or inspecting, make certain all
moving parts have stopped. Disconnect
the spark plug wire and keep the wire
away from the plug to prevent accidental starting.
16. Fast moving air will stir up dust and
debris which may be harmful.
Release air slowly when draining
moisture or depressurizing the compressor system.
18. Allow engine to cool before storing.
Spraying Precautions
21. Do not direct paint or other sprayed
material at the compressor. Locate
compressor as far away from the
spraying area as possible to minimize overspray accumulation on the
compressor.
Do not spray flammable
materials in vicinity of open
flame or near ignition sources
including the compressor unit.
22. When spraying or cleaning with solvents or toxic chemicals, follow the
instructions provided by the chemical manufacturer.
19. Do not smoke when spraying paint,
insecticides, or other flammable substances.
20. Use a face mask/respirator when
spraying and spray in a well ventilated area to prevent health and fire
hazards.
Breathable Air Warning
This compressor/pump is not equipped and should not be used “as
is” to supply breathing quality air. For any application of air for
human consumption, the air compressor/pump will need to be fitted
with suitable in-line safety and alarm equipment. This additional
equipment is necessary to properly filter and purify the air to meet
minimal specifications for Grade D breathing as described in
Compressed Gas Association Commodity Specification G 7.1 - 1966,
OSHA 29 CFR 1910. 134, and/or Canadian Standards Associations
(CSA).
DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES
In the event the compressor is used for the purpose of breathing air
application and proper in-line safety and alarm equipment is not
simultaneously used, existing warranties shall be voided, and
Campbell Hausfeld disclaims any liability whatsoever for any loss,
personal injury or damage.
5
Safety Instructions (continued)
Warning Labels
Find and read all warning labels found on
the air compressor shown below
DK724100AV 10003
6
Glossary of Terms
ASME Safety Valve
A safety valve that automatically releases
the air if the air receiver (tank) pressure
exceeds the preset maximum.
Air Tank Capacity
The volume of air stored in the tank and
available for immediate use. A large tank
allows the intermittent use of an air tool
with an air requirement higher than the
compressor’s rated delivery.
PSI (Pounds per Square Inch)
Measurement of the pressure exerted by
the force of the air. The actual psi output
is measured by a pressure gauge on the
compressor
Regulator
A control that adjusts the line pressure to
the proper amount needed to operate
spray guns and air tools.
SCFM (Standard Cubic Feet per
Minute)
Sometimes called CFM (Cubic Feet per
Minute). Measurement of air volume
delivered by the compressor.
Tank Pressure Gauge
Indicates tank pressure in psi.
Line Pressure Gauge
Displays the current line pressures. It is
regulated by the regulator knob.
Air Delivery
A combination of psi and SCFM. The air
delivery required by a tool is stated as
(number) SCFM at (number) psi. The
combination of these figures determines
what size unit is needed.
Cut-in/Cut-off Pressure
Specific psi at which a compressor starts
and stops while refilling the air tank.
Unpacking and Checking Contents
1. Remove the air compressor from the
carton.
2. Place the compressor on a secure,
stationary work surface and look it
over carefully.
For your own safety, never
operate unit until all assembly
steps are complete and until
you have read and understood
the entire operator’s manual.
Do not operate unit if damaged
during shipping, handling or
use. Damage may result in
bursting and cause injury or
property damage.
To reduce the risk of injury, if
any parts are missing, do not
attempt to assemble the air
compressor until the missing
parts are obtained and installed
correctly.
7
Getting to Know Your Air Compressor
1
Beltguard
2
Air Filter
3
Dipstick/Oil Sight Glass
4
5
6
7
Unloader
Air Storage Tank
9
8
Handles
Tank
Drain
Valve
Regulator Knob
10
Regulated
Outlet
Gauge
Tank
Pressure
Gauge
11
12
ASME
Safety Valve
Air Outlet Fittings
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DK724300AV 0104
Model/Serial Number Decal
8
1. Belt Guard. The belt guard encloses
the pulleys and drive belt. It protects
the user from moving parts and
directs cooling air to the compressor
pump
8. Regulated Outlet Gauge. This gauge
shows at-a-glance, air pressure at
outlet. Air pressure is measured in
pounds per square inch (PSI). Most
tools have maximum pressure ratings.
Never exceed the maximum pressure
rating of the tool you are using. Be
sure this gauge reads ZERO before
changing air tools or disconnecting
hose from outlet.
2. Air Filter. The air filter keeps dirt and
debris from entering the compressor
pump and reduces compressor noise.
3. Dipstick/Oil Sight Glass. The dipstick and oil sight glass both measure
the oil level in the compressor pump.
9. Regulator Knob. This knob controls
air pressure to an air operated tool or
paint spray gun. Turning the knob
clockwise increases air pressure at
the outlet. Turning counterclockwise
will lower air pressure at the outlet.
Fully counterclockwise will shut off the
flow of air completely.
Your compressor may have either a
dipstick or an oil sight glass.
Dipstick
Add Oil
Max
Low
Fill
Line
Close
Open
Full
Add Oil
4. Handles. Used to move the compressor.
10. Tank Pressure Gauge. Gauge
shows pressure in air receiver
indicating compressor is building
pressure properly.
5. Tank Drain Valve. The tank drain
valve allows moisture to be removed
from the tank.
NOTE: Each tank has its own tank
drain valve.
11. ASME Safety Valve. This valve
automatically releases air if the
tank pressure exceeds the preset
maximum.
6. Unloader. The unloader controls the
engine rpm. When loaded, the engine
will run at maximum operating speed
and air will enter the tank. When
unloaded, the engine will slow to an
idle and air will vent to atmosphere.
12. Air Outlet Fittings. These fittings
are 1/4” universal-style quick connect
fittings and allow rapid tool changes.
7. Air Storage Tanks. The tanks store
air for later use.
9
Operating Your Air Compressor
Before starting the compressor,
thoroughly read all component
instruction manuals, especially
the engine manual.
Drain liquid from tank daily.
All lubricated compressor pumps discharge some condensed water and oil
with the compressed air. Install appropriate water/oil removal equipment and controls as necessary for the intended application.
Do not attach air tools to open
end of the hose until start-up is
completed and unit checks OK.
Failure to install appropriate
water/oil removal equipment
may result in damage to
machinery or workpiece.
Moisture in Compressed Air
Moisture in compressed air will form into
droplets as it comes from an air compressor pump. When humidity is high or when
a compressor is in continuous use for an
extended period of time, this moisture will
collect in the tank. When using a paint
spray or sandblast gun, this water will be
carried from the tank through the hose,
and out of the gun as droplets mixed with
the spray material.
10
IMPORTANT: This condensation will
cause water spots in a paint job, especially when spraying other than water based
paints. If sandblasting, it will cause the
sand to cake and clog the gun, rendering
it ineffective.
A filter in the air line, located as near to the
gun as possible, will help eliminate this
moisture.
Lubrication
This compressor is shipped with oil.
Dipstick
Use single viscosity, ISO 100 (SAE 30),
non-detergent compressor oil; or Mobil 1®
5W30 or 10W30 synthetic oil may also be
used. See illustration for proper oil fill.
Add Oil
Max
Low
Refer to engine manual for proper oil level
and type.
Fill
Line
Full
Add Oil
Start-Up
To ensure proper operation,
unit must be on a level surface.
1. Fill engine with oil and gasoline per
instructions furnished with engine.
2. Remove the compressor dipstick
breather or check oil sight glass to verify proper oil level.
3. Turn manual unloader lever up to a
horizontal position to allow the compressor pump to run without compressing air.
Manual Unloader Lever in the
Unloaded Position
11
Operating Your Air Compressor
(continued)
To Start Gasoline Engine
4. Move the choke lever to the CHOKE
position, turn the fuel lever ON, and
turn the engine stop switch to the ON
position.
5. Pull start grip lightly until resistance is
felt, and then pull briskly.
6. As the engine warms up, gradually
move the choke lever to the open position. See gas engine manual for more
details.
7. Run the compressor unloaded for
approximately 30 minutes to break in
the pump.
8. After approximately 30 minutes, move
the unloader lever down to the loaded
position. The compressor will begin to
pump air into the tank.
When maximum tank pressure is
reached, the compressor automatically
unloads, bringing the engine to idle. The
engine remains at idle until tank pressure
falls to a preset level. The engine then
accelerates and the compressor pumps
additional air into the tank.
Manual Unloader Lever
in the Loaded Position
12
Maintenance
Release all pressure from the
system before attempting to
install, service, relocate or perform any maintenance.
Do not attempt to tamper with
the ASME safety valve!
In order to maintain efficient operation of
the compressor system, check the air filter weekly (per maintenance schedule),
oil level and gasoline level before each
use. The ASME safety valve should also
be checked weekly. Pull ring on safety
valve and allow the ring to snap back to
normal position. This valve automatically
releases air if the tank pressure exceeds
the preset maximum. If air leaks after the
ring has been released, or the valve is
stuck and cannot be actuated by the ring,
the ASME safety valve MUST be
replaced.
With engine OFF, clean debris from
engine, flywheel, tank, air lines and
pump cooling fins.
Maintenance Schedule
Operation
Check Oil Level
Drain Tank
Daily
l
l
Check Air Filter
Weekly Monthly 3 Months
l
l
Check Safety Valve
l
Blow Dirt From Unit
Check Belt Tightness
Change Oil
13
l
l
Maintenance (continued)
Tank
Never attempt to repair or modify a tank! Welding, drilling or
any other modification will
weaken the tank resulting in
damage from rupture or explosion. Always replace worn,
cracked or damaged tanks.
Tank Drain (2)
Drain liquid from tanks daily.
The tanks should be carefully inspected
at a minimum of once a year. Look for
cracks forming near the welds. If a crack
is detected, remove pressure from tank
immediately and replace.
Filter Removal, Inspection and Replacement
To change a filter, pull off the filter housing
cover. If filter element is dirty, replace element or entire filter.
14
Drive Belt
Belt stretch is a result of normal use.
When properly adjusted, the belt deflects
about 1/2” with five pounds of pressure
applied midway between the engine pulley and pump.
1/2” Deflection
To adjust drive belt tension:
1. Remove belt guard and loosen
engine brace.
2. Loosen the four fasteners holding the
engine to the baseplate.
3. Shift the engine in the proper direction. The belt must be properly
aligned when adjustment is made.
4. To align belt, lay a straight edge
against the face of the flywheel,
touching the rim at two places.
5. Adjust flywheel or engine pulley so
that the belt runs parallel to the
straight edge.
6. Use a gear puller to move the pulley
on the shaft and tighten fasteners.
7. Adjust brace and reinstall belt guard.
Belt
Straight Edge
Touch Rim of
Flywheel in Two
Places
Straight Edge Parallel With Belt
Storage
1. When not in use, hose and compressor should be stored in a cool, dry
place.
2. Tanks should be drained of moisture.
3. Hose should be disconnected and
hung with open ends down to allow
any moisture to drain.
15
Troubleshooting
For your own safety do not try
and run the air compressor
while troubleshooting.
TROUBLE
Low discharge pressure
PROBABLE CAUSE
1. Air leaks
2. Leaking valves
3. Restricted air intake
4. Slipping belts
5. Blown gaskets
6. Low compression
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REMEDY
1. Listen for escaping air.
Apply soap solution to all fittings and connections.
Bubbles will appear at
points of leakage. Tighten or
replace leaking fittings or
connections
2. Remove head and inspect
for valve breakage, weak
valves, scored valve seats,
etc. Replace defective parts
and reassemble.
Be sure that the old head
gasket is replaced with a
new one each time the head
is removed
3. Clean the air filter element
4. Loosen engine clamping
bolts and move the engine
in a direction away from the
compressor, being sure that
the engine pulley is perfectly
aligned with the flywheel.
Tighten engine clamping
bolts. The belt should
deflect about 1/2” under 5lbs of force. Do not “roll”
belts over pulleys
5. Replace any gaskets proven
faulty on inspection
6. Low pressure can be due to
worn rings and cylinder
walls. Correction is made by
replacing the rings, cylinders, and pistons as
required
TROUBLE
Overheating
PROBABLE CAUSE
1. Poor ventilation
2. Dirty cooling surfaces
Excessive belt wear
1. Pulley out of alignment
2. Belt too loose or too tight
3. Belt slipping
4. Pulley wobbles
Unit stalls
1. Low engine idle
2. Improper lubrication
3. Low oil level
4. Defective unloader valve
Excessive noise
(knocking)
1. Loose engine or compressor pulley
2. Lack of oil in crankcase
3. Worn connecting rod
4. Worn piston pin bushing
17
REMEDY
1. Relocate the compressor
to an area where an ample
supply of cool, clean, dry
and well-circulated air is
available
2. Clean the cooling surfaces
of pump and motor/engine
1. Realign engine pulley with
compressor pulley
2. Adjust tension (See Drive
Belt Section)
3. Adjust tension or replace
belt (See Drive Belt
Section)
4. Check for worn crankshaft,
keyway or pulley bore
resulting from running the
compressor or motor with
loose pulleys. Check for
bent pulleys or bent crankshaft
1. Increase idle, refer to
engine manual for details
2. See LUBRICATION, under
Assembly
3. Check oil level. Fill if necessary
4. Replace
1. Loose engine or compressor pulleys are a very common cause of compressors
knocking. Tighten pulley
clamp bolts and set-screws
2. Check for proper oil level; if
low, check for possible
damage to bearings. Dirty
oil can cause excessive
wear
3. Replace connecting rod
4. Remove piston assemblies
from the compressor and
inspect for excess wear.
Replace excessively worn
piston pin or pistons, as
required
Troubleshooting
TROUBLE
Excessive noise
(knocking)
Continued
PROBABLE CAUSE
5. Worn bearings
6. Piston hitting the valve
plate
7. Noisy check valve
Oil in the discharge
air
1. Worn piston rings
2. Compressor air intake
restricted
3. Restricted breather
4. Excessive oil in compressor
5. Wrong oil viscosity
6. Connecting rod out of
alignment
18
REMEDY
5. Replace worn bearings
and change oil
6. Remove the compressor
head and valve plate and
inspect for carbon deposits
or other foreign matter on
top of piston. Replace
head and valve plate using
new gasket
7. Replace
1. Replace with new rings
2. Clean filter. Check for other
restrictions in the intake
system
3. Clean and check breather
for free operation
4. Drain down to full level
5. Use SAE 30 (ISO 100)
non-detergent compressor
oil
6. Replace rod
Repair Parts
43
39
38
42
1
41
37
29
30
2
28
26
19
40
27
44
36
31
46
32
45
3
4
25
33
5
7
34
35
24
23
6
19
20
7
21 22
8
9
18
17
11
16
15
14 13 12
10
11
20
Repair Parts
For Repair Parts, Call 1-800-4-RIDGID
Please provide following information:
-Model number
-Serial number (if any)
-Part description and number as shown in parts list
Ref.
No
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5
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Catalog
Number
17993
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18003
17703
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17798
17783
18028
17913
17918
18033
17853
18038
18043
18048
18053
18058
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17878
17873
17793
17773
18068
18073
18078
18083
18088
18093
18098
18103
18108
18113
18118
18123
20978
20983
22788
22793
20423
18113
20428
21003
21008
22783
Part
Number
BG220901AJ
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BT023100AV
WL026100AV
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V-215106AV
ST071626AV
ST160002AV
D-1403
ST073612AV
AR053400OR
ST158300AV
ST116400AV
AA021800AV
ST073613AV
WA005501AV
CV006412AV
ST171400AV
GA016709AV
HF203300AV
WL024501AV
GA016705AV
VT470000AV
ST186600AV
PU015901AV
PU015400AV
KE000900AV
ST012200AV
BG208800AJ
NG002502AV
ST070625AV
ST011200AV
AL014000AV
ST164100AV
ST033500AV
ST084704AV
BG210000AV
ST070674AV
ST016000AV
ST011200AV
ST146001AV
BG220400AV
ST073278AV
ST076829AV
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REPAIR KITS
VT273500AJ
Tube kit
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Considered Wear Items
Standard hardware item - available at your local hardware store
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Descriptons
Belt guard assembly (includes 37-45)
Setscrew (included in 27)
Belt (4L510)
Filter assembly
Screw
Nylon tube
Elbow fitting
ASME Safety valve
Torx screw
Handle grip
Drain valve
Plug
Tank
Rubber foot
Screw
Axle rod
Plug
10" Pneumatic wheel
Throttle control
Throttle unloader
Gauge, outlet
Coupler
Regulator assy. (includes 21, 22 & 24)
Gauge, tank
Pump
Discharge tube
Flywheel (includes 2)
Pulley
3/16" Key
Square head setscrew
Brace assembly
Engine
Hex head screw
Washer
Locknut
Wire retainer
3/8” Flange nut
3/8” Shoulder bolt
Beltguard bracket (motor)
5/16” - 24 x 1/2” Bolt
5/16” - 18 x 3/4” Screw
5/16” Washer
5/16” - 18 Nut
Beltguard bracket (pump)
Beltguard fastener
M8 - 1.25 x 30 Bolt
Qty
1
1
1
1
4
1
2
1
4
2
2
2
1
4
4
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
8
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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8
1
1
Repair Parts
21
13
11
12
11
20
19
10
18
1
8
9
16
2
15
17
5
14
22
6
7
4
3
22
Repair Parts
For Repair Parts, Call 1-800-4-RIDGID
Please provide following information:
-Model number
-Serial number (if any)
-Part description and number as shown in parts list
Ref.
No
Catalog
Number
Part
Number
Descriptons
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10 s
11 n
12 n
13 n
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15
16 l
18128
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18138
18143
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18148
18153
18158
18163
18168
—
—
—
18173
—
18178
VT040900AG
VH901100AV
ST022300AV
VT040300AG
l
ST084202AV
VT040600AJ
VT040100AG
VS001400AV
TQ011900AG
n
n
n
VT040200AJ
l
ST129700AV
Cylinder
Breather
1/8” NPT oil drain plug
Crankcase
Crankcase gasket
Ball bearing
Crankshaft assembly
Connecting rod
Piston pin
Piston
Oil ring
Expander
Ring
Bearing cap assembly
O-ring
Oil seal
17
18
19
20
21
22
18183
—
18188
—
18193
27433
l
n
s
18198
18203
18208
—
l
VT470800AJ
l
TQ900800AJ
ST191700AV
REPAIR
VT470900AJ
VT210401AJ
VT005501AJ
23
M6-1.00 x 10 cap screw
Cylinder gasket
Valve plate assembly
Valve plate gasket
Cylinder head & fasteners
Sight Glass with o-ring
KITS
Gasket kit
Piston ring set
Piston service kit
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
4
2
4
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
RIDGID“ AIR COMPRESSOR LIMITED THREE YEAR WARRANTY
This product is manufactured by Campbell Hausfeld. The trademark is licensed
from Ridgid, Inc. All warranty communications should be directed to RIDGID air
compressor technical service at (toll free) 1-800-4-RIDGID.
WHAT IS COVERED UNDER THE LIMITED THREE YEAR WARRANTY
This warranty covers all defects in workmanship or materials in this RIDGID air
compressor for the three-year period from the date of purchase. This warranty is
specific to this air compressor. Warranties for other RIDGID products may vary.
Catalog No. GP90150A
Model No. GP90150A
Serial No. ___________
The model and serial numbers may be found on your
unit. You should record both model and serial number
in a safe place for future use.
HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE
To obtain service for this RIDGID air compressor you must return it, freight prepaid,
to a service center authorized to repair RIDGID air compressors. You may obtain the
location of the service center nearest you by calling (toll free) 1-800-4-RIDGID or by
logging on to the RIDGID website at www.ridgid.com. When requesting warranty
service, you must present the proof of purchase documentation, which includes a
date of purchase. The authorized service center will repair any faulty workmanship,
and either repair or replace any defective part, at Campbell Hausfeld’s option at no
charge to you.
WHAT IS NOT COVERED
This warranty applies only to the original purchaser at retail and may not be transferred. This warranty does not cover normal wear and tear or any malfunction, failure or defect resulting from misuse, abuse, neglect, alteration, modification or repair
by other than a service center authorized to repair RIDGID branded air compressors.
Expendable materials, such as oil, filters, etc. are not covered by this warranty.
Gasoline engines and components are expressly excluded from coverage and you
must comply with the warranty given by the engine manufacturer, which is supplied
with the product. CAMPBELL HAUSFELD MAKES NO WARRANTIES,
REPRESENTATIONS OR PROMISES AS TO THE QUALITY OR PERFORMANCE OF ITS AIR COMPRESSORS OTHER THAN THOSE
SPECIFICALLY STATED IN THIS WARRANTY. RIDGID, INC. MAKES NO
WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTATIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING AS NOTED BELOW.
ADDITIONAL LIMITATIONS
To the extent permitted by applicable law, all implied warranties, including warranties
of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, are disclaimed.
Any implied warranties, including warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, that cannot be disclaimed under state law are limited to three years
from the date of purchase. Campbell Hausfeld is not responsible for direct, indirect,
incidental, special or consequential damages. Some states do not allow limitations
on how long an implied warranty lasts and/or do not allow the exclusion or limitation
of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations may not apply to
you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other
rights, which vary from state to state.
QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS
CALL 1-800-4-RIDGID
www.ridgid.com
Please have your Model Number and Serial Number on hand when calling.
© 2008 RIDGID, INC.
Part No. IN629100AV 12/08
Form No. IN629100AV
Printed in U.S.A. 12/08
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