model no. 299-3117-6
Premium Submersible
SUMP
PUMP
AIR
COMPRESSOR
s
FPO
Product style and configuration
may vary.
IMPORTANT:
Please read this manual carefully before running this
air compressor and save it for reference.
INSTRUCTION
MANUAL
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Quick Start Guide
4
Overview
6
Safety Guidelines
7
Compressor Controls
10
Assembly
11
Electrical Power Requirements
12
Break-In of the Pump
14
Operating Instructions
15
Maintenance
16
Troubleshooting
18
Exploded View & Parts List
20
Parts & Service
23
Warranty
24
NOTE:
If any parts are missing or damaged, or if you have any questions, please call our
toll-free helpline at 1-800-689-9928.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
This manual contains important safety and operating instructions.
Read all instructions and follow them with use of this product.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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STEP 1
1
QUICK START GUIDE
Place the compressor on the floor
or a hard, level surface in a clean,
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well-ventilated area.
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STEP 2
2
Connect the air hose (1) between
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air line outlet (2) and air tool (3).
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3
WARNING!
Read and understand all safety precautions in this manual before operating.
Failure to comply with instructions in this manual could result in personal injury,
property damage, and/or voiding of your warranty. The manufacturer WILL NOT
be liable for any damage caused by failure to follow these instructions.
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STEP 3
3
1
STEP 4
4
2
Turn the pressure regulator knob (1)
counterclockwise completely. Plug the
power cord (2) into electrical outlet.
Turn the AUTO/OFF switch (3) to the
AUTO position.
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3
QUICK START GUIDE
Make sure the AUTO/OFF switch (1) is
in OFF position and drain valve at the
bottom of tank is closed.
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BASIC AIR COMPRESSOR COMPONENTS
• The basic components of the air compressor are the electric motor, pump,
pressure switch, and tank.
• The electric motor (A, Fig. 1) powers the pump. The electric motor is equipped
with an overload protector. If the motor becomes overheated, the overload
protector will shut it down to prevent damage to the motor. To reset the motor
overload, toggle thecontinuation
ON/OFF switch
tabs to the OFF position and unplug the unit
from the power outlet. Allow a minimum of 10 minutes for motor overload
cut-out to cool and reset. Unit can them be plugged in and restarted.
• The pump (B) compresses the air and discharges it into the tank.
OVERVIEW
• The tank(s) (C) store the compressed air.
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• The pressure switch (D) shuts down the motor and relieves air pressure in the
pump and transfer tube when the air pressure in the tank reaches the kick-out
pressure. As compressed air is used and the pressure level in the tank drops
to the kick-in pressure, the pressure switch restarts the motor automatically,
without warning, and the pump resumes compressing air.
Fig.1
warnings
Model No.
TANK CAPACITY
VOLTAGE/AMPS/
PHASE
KICK-IN
PRESSURE
KICK-OUT
PRESSURE
299-3117-6
4 U.S. GALLONS (15.1 L)
120/9.5/1
95 PSI
125 PSI
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SAFETY GUIDELINES
Please read this before operating the compressor. This information is provided for your
SAFETY and to PREVENT EQUIPMENT PROBLEMS. Most accidents can be avoided by using
COMMON SENSE. Do not wear loose clothing that may become entangled in the impeller or other moving parts.
WARNING
confined area. It is normal for the motor and pressure switch to
produce sparks while operating. If sparks come into contact with
vapours from gasoline or other solvents, they may ignite, causing fire
or explosion. Always operate the compressor in a well-ventilated area.
Do not smoke while spraying. Do not spray where sparks or flame are
present. Keep compressor as far from spray area as possible.
• RISK OF BURSTING. Do not weld, drill or modify the air tank of this
compressor. Welding or modifications on the air compressor tank can
severely impair tank strength and cause an extremely hazardous
condition. Welding or modifying the tank in any manner will void the
warranty.
• RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. Never use an electric air compressor
outdoors when it is raining or on a wet surface, as it may cause an
electric shock.
• RISK OF INJURY. This unit starts automatically. ALWAYS shut off the
compressor, remove the plug from the outlet, and bleed all pressure
from the system before servicing the compressor, and when the
compressor is not in use. Do not use the unit with the shrouds or
beltguard removed. Serious injury could occur from contact with
moving parts.
• RISK OF BURSTING. Check the manufacturer’s maximum pressure
rating for air tools and accessories. Compressor outlet pressure must
be regulated so as to never exceed the maximum pressure rating of
the tool. Relieve all pressure through the hose before attaching or
removing accessories.
SAFETY GUIDELINES
• RISK OF FIRE OR EXPLOSION. Never spray flammable liquids in a
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SAFETY GUIDELINES
• RISK OF BURNS. High temperatures are generated by the
SAFETY GUIDELINES
pump and manifold. To prevent burns or other injuries, DO
NOT touch the pump, manifold or transfer tube while the
pump is running. Allow them to cool before handling or
servicing. Keep children away from the compressor
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at all times.
• RISK TO BREATHING. Be certain to read all labels when you
are spraying paints or toxic materials, and follow the safety
instructions. Use a respirator mask if there is a chance of
inhaling anything you are spraying. Read all instructions and
be sure that your respirator mask will protect you. Never
notes the compressed air produced by a compressor.
directly inhale
It is not suitable for breathing purposes.
• RISK OF EYE INJURY. Always wear ANSI Z87.1 approved
safety goggles when using an air compressor. Never point
any nozzle or sprayer toward a person or any part of the
body. Equipment can cause serious injury if the spray
penetrates the skin.
• RISK OF BURSTING. Do not adjust the relief valve for any
reason. Doing so voids all warranties. The relief valve has
warnings
been pre-set
at the factory for the maximum pressure of this
unit. Personal injury and/or property damage may result if the
relief valve is tampered with.
• RISK OF BURSTING. Do not use plastic or PVC pipe for
compressed air. Use only galvanized steel pipe and fittings for
compressed air distribution lines.
• RISK TO HEARING. Always wear hearing protection when
using an air compressor. Failure to do so may result in
hearing loss.
• The power cord on this product contains lead, a chemical
known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth
defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after
handling.
NOTE: ELECTRICAL WIRING. Refer to the air compressor’s serial label for the unit’s voltage and amperage requirements.
Ensure that all wiring is done by a licensed electrician, in
accordance with the Canadian Electrical Code.
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RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK. Never use an electric air compressor
outdoors when it is raining or on a wet surface, as it may cause an
electric shock.
CAUTION
• Drain the moisture from the tank on a daily basis. A clean, dry tank will help
prevent corrosion.
• Pull the pressure relief valve ring daily to ensure that the valve is functioning
properly, and to clear the valve of any possible obstructions.
• To provide proper ventilation for cooling, the compressor must be kept a
minimum of 12” (31 cm) from the nearest wall, in a well-ventilated area.
• Fasten the compressor down securely if transporting is necessary. Pressure
must be released from the tank before transporting.
• Protect the air hose and electric cord from damage and puncture. Inspect
them weekly for weak or worn spots, and replace if necessary.
• To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not expose to rain. Store indoors.
• Never operate the compressor if the power cord or plug are damaged. Take
the equipment to the nearest authorized service centre, and a specialist
technician will replace it.
SAFETY GUIDELINES
PUMP SHIPPED WITHOUT OIL. Fill pump to correct mark and check
often. SAE-30 non-detergent oil is recommended for general use.
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CONTROLLING THE COMPRESSOR
PRESSURE SWITCH (A, Fig. 2)
COMPRESSOR CONTROLS
• This switch turns on the compressor. It is operated manually, but when in the
ON position, it allows the compressor to start up or shut down automatically,
without warning, upon
air demand. ALWAYS set this switch to OFF when the
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compressor is not being used, and before unplugging the compressor.
PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE (B)
• If the pressure switch does not shut down the motor when pressure reaches
the preset level, this valve will pop open automatically to prevent over
pressurization. To operate
notes manually, pull the ring on the valve to relieve air
pressure in the tank.
TANK PRESSURE GAUGE (C)
• This gauge measures the pressure level of the air stored in the tank. It is not
adjustable by the operator, and does not indicate line pressure.
CAUTION
• Do not continue to use the compressor when the gauge is damaged.
• The broken gauge shall
be replaced by professional repair station instead of
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customer himself
AIR PRESSURE REGULATOR (D)
• This air pressure regulator enables you to adjust line pressure to the tool you
are using.
Never exceed the maximum working pressure of the tool. Turn the knob
clockwise to increase pressure, and counterclockwise to decrease pressure.
REGULATED PRESSURE GAUGE (E)
• This gauge measures the regulated outlet pressure.
CAUTION
• Do not continue to use the compressor when the gauge is damaged.
• The broken gauge shall be replaced by professional repair station instead of
customer himself
AIR LINE OUTLET (F)
• Connect 1/4” NPT air hose to this outlet.
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ASSEMBLING THE COMPRESSOR
PUMP SHIPPED WITHOUT OIL. Fill pump to correct mark and check often. SAE-30 non-detergent
oil is recommended for general use.
• Unpack the air compressor. Inspect the unit for damage. If the unit has been
damaged in transit, contact the carrier and complete a damage claim. Do this
immediately because there are time limitations to damage claims.
• Check the compressor’s serial label to ensure that you have received the
model ordered, and that it has the required pressure rating for its intended
use.
• Replace the plastic cap (A, Fig. 3) on the pump head with the air filter (B)
• Locate the compressor according to the following guidelines:
a. Position the compressor near a grounded electrical outlet
(see GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS, page 12). Avoid using an extension cord; use a longer hose instead.
b. The compressor must be at least 12 inches (31 cm) from any wall or obstruction, in a clean, well-ventilated area, to ensure sufficient air flow and cooling.
c. In cold climates, store portable compressors in a heated building when not in use. This will reduce problems with motor starting and freezing of water condensation.
d. Remove the compressor from the shipping pallet or carton and place it on the floor or a hard, level surface. The compressor must be level to ensure proper drainage of the moisture in the tank.
• Connect an air hose to the compressor hose outlet. The tank will drop to the
kick-in pressure, the pressure switch will restart the motor automatically,
without warning, and the pump will resume compressing air.
Fig.2
Fig.3
ASSEMBLY
included with the unit.
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ELECTRICAL POWER REQUIREMENTS
ELECTRICAL WIRING
Refer to the air compressor’s serial label for the unit’s voltage and amperage
requirements.
USE A DEDICATED CIRCUIT
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• For best performancecontinuation
and reliable
starting, the air compressor must be plugged
into a dedicated circuit, as close as possible to the fusebox or circuit breaker.
The compressor will use the full capacity of a typical 15 Amp household circuit.
If any other electrical devices are drawing from the compressor’s circuit, the
compressor may fail to start. Low voltage or an overloaded circuit can result in
sluggish starting that causes the motor overload-protection system or circuit
breaker to trip, especially
notes in cold conditions.
• NOTE: A circuit breaker is recommended. If the air compressor is connected to
a circuit protected by a fuse, use dual element time delay fuses (Buss Fusetron
type “T” only).
EXTENSION CORDS
NOTE: Avoid use of extension cords.
• For optimum performance, plug the compressor power cord directly into a
grounded wall socket.
Do not use an extension cord unless absolutely
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necessary. Instead, use a longer air hose to reach the area where the air is
needed.
• If use of an extension cord cannot be avoided, the cord should be no longer
than 50’ (15.2 m) and be a minimum wire size of 12 gauge (AWG). Do not use
a 16 or 14 gauge extension cord.
• Use only a 3-wire extension cord that has a 3-blade grounding plug, and a
3-slot receptacle that will accept the plug on the product. Make sure your
extension cord is in good condition. An undersized cord will cause a drop in
line voltage, resulting in loss of power and overheating. The smaller the gauge
number, the heavier the cord.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This product should be grounded. In the event of an electrical short circuit,
grounding reduces the risk of electric shock by providing an escape wire for the
electric current.
This product is equipped with a cord having a grounding wire with an appropriate
grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an outlet that is properly installed
and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances.
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• Improper installation of the grounding plug can result in a risk of electric
shock. If repair or replacement of the cord or plug is necessary, do not connect
the grounding wire to either flat blade terminal. The wire insulation having an
outer surface that is green with or without yellow stripes is the grounding wire.
• This product is for use on a nominal 120 Volt circuit. A cord with a grounding
plug, as shown here, must be used.
• Make sure that the product is connected to an outlet having the same
configuration as the plug (see Fig. 4). No adapter should be used with this
product.
• Check with a licensed electrician if the grounding instructions are not
completely understood, or if in doubt as to whether the product is properly
grounded. Do not modify the plug provided; if it will not fit the outlet, have the
proper outlet installed by a licenced electrician.
Fig.4
ELECTRICAL POWER REQUIREMENTS
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS (CONTINUED)
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BREAK-IN OF THE PUMP
PUMP SHIPPED WITHOUT OIL. Fill pump to correct mark and check often. SAE-30 non-detergent oil is recommended for general use.
• Check the level of oil in the pump with the sight glass. The BREAK-IN OF THE PUMP
pump oil level must be between A and B (see Fig. 5). Do not overfill or
underfill.
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• Turn the pressure switch to the OFF position (C).
• Open the petcock (F).
• Plug in the power cord.
• Turn the pressure switch
notes to the ON position (D). The compressor will start.
Allow the compressor to run for 30 minutes, to break in the internal parts.
• NOTE: After about 30 minutes, If the unit does not operate properly, SHUT
DOWN IMMEDIATELY, and contact Product Service.
• After about 30 minutes, turn the pressure switch to the OFF position.
• Close the petcock (E).
• Turn the pressure switch to the ON position. The compressor will start and fill
the tank to the kick-out
pressure and stop.
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• NOTE: As compressed air is used, the pressure switch will restart
the motor automatically.
Fig.5
A = Full
B = Add
D
C
F
OPEN
E
CLOSED
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DAILY STARTUP
• Every day check the sight glass to ensure that the level of oil in the pump is at
the required level. The pump oil level must be between A and B (see Fig. 6). Do
not overfill or underfill.
• Turn the pressure switch to the OFF position (C).
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
• Close the tank petcock (E).
• Plug in the power cord. High temperatures are generated by the electric motor
and the pump.
• Turn the pressure switch to the ON position (D).
• If a pressure regulator is present on your compressor, adjust it to the working
pressure of the tool. When adjusting from a higher to a lower pressure, turn
the knob counterclockwise past the desired setting, then turn clockwise to
reach the desired pressure. Do not exceed operating pressure of the tool or
accessory being used.
SHUTDOWN
•
Turn the pressure switch to the OFF position (C).
•
Unplug the power cord.
•
Reduce pressure in the tank through the outlet hose. You can also pull the
relief valve ring (G) and keep it open to relieve pressure in the tank. Escaping
air and moisture can propel debris that may cause eye injury. Wear safety
goggles when opening petcock.
•
Open the petcock (F) to allow moisture to drain from the tank.
G
A = Full
B = Add
Fig.6
D
C
F
OPEN
E
CLOSED
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MAINTENANCE
WARNING:To avoid personal injury, always shut off and unplug the compressor and
relieve all air pressure from the system before performing any service on the air
compressor.
• Regular maintenance will ensure trouble-free operation. Your electric powered
air compressor represents high-quality engineering and construction; however,
even high-quality machinery
requires
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tabs periodic maintenance. The items listed
below should be inspected on a regular basis.
MAINTENANCE
DRAINING THE TANK
• Condensation will accumulate in the tank. To prevent corrosion of the tank
from the inside, this moisture must be drained at the end of every workday. Be
sure to wear protective
eyewear. Relieve the air pressure in the system and
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open the petcock on the bottom of the tank to drain.
CLEANING THE AIR FILTER
NOTE: In cold climates, drain the tank after each use to reduce problems with
freezing of water condensation.
• A dirty air filter will reduce the compressor’s performance and life. To avoid
any internal contamination of the pump, the filter should be cleaned frequently
and replaced on a regular basis. Foam filters should be cleaned in warm,
soapy water. Do notwarnings
allow the filter to become filled with dirt or paint. Direct
exposure to dirty conditions or painting areas will void your warranty.
CHECKING THE OIL
• Check the level of oil in the pump with the sight glass. Do not overfill or
underfill.
CHANGING THE OIL
NOTE: SAE-30 non-detergent is recommended for general use.
• Remove the oil plug (E, Fig. 7) and drain the oil until it slows to a drip, then
close. Add oil to the pump by first removing the oil fill plug (D). Add oil until the
level viewed through the sight glass (C) is between FULL (A) and ADD (B).
Never overfill or underfill the pump.
CHECKING THE RELIEF VALVE
• Pull the relief valve (G, Fig. 6) daily to ensure that it is operating properly and
to clear the valve of any possible obstructions.
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TESTING FOR LEAKS
• Check that all connections are tight. A small leak in any of the hoses, transfer
tubes, or pipe connections will substantially reduce the performance of your
air compressor. If you suspect a leak, spray a small amount of soapy water
around the area of the suspected leak with a spray bottle. If bubbles appear,
repair or replace the faulty component. Do not overtighten any connections.
STORAGE
prolonged period, use an air blow
gun to clean all dust and debris
from the compressor. Disconnect the
power cord and coil it up. Pull the
pressure relief valve to release all
pressure from the tank. Drain all
moisture from the tank. Clean the
filter element and filter housing;
replace the element if necessary.
Cover the entire unit to protect it from
moisture and dust.
A = Full
B = Add
C = Oil level sight glass
D = Oil fill plug
E = Oil drain plug
Fig. 7
MAINTENANCE
• Before storing the compressor for a
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Possible Causes
TROUBLESHOOTING
Low pressure or not Tank drain valve is open
enough air
Fittings leak
or
Compressor does
not stop
Restricted air intake
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Prolonged
excessive use of air
Compressor not large enough
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Restricted check valve
Hole in air hose
Tank leaks
Valve leaks
Solution
Close drain valve.
Check fittings with soapy water. Tighten
or reseal leaking fittings. DO NOT
OVERTIGHTEN.
Clean or replace air filter element.
Decrease amount of air used.
Check air requirement of accessory. If it
is higher than CFM and pressure
supplied by compressor, you need a
larger compressor. Most accessories
are rated at 25% of actual CFM while
running continuously.
Remove and clean or replace.
Check and replace if necessary.
Immediately replace tank.
DO NOT attempt to repair.
Replace worn parts and reassemble.
Excessive starting
Fittings leak
and stopping, while
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not in use
Check fittings with soapy water. Tighten
or reseal leaking fittings. DO NOT
OVERTIGHTEN.
Replace worn parts and reassemble
with new seals.
Air leaks from
regulator, or
regulator does not
regulate pressure
Replace regulator or internal parts.
Dirty or damaged regulator
internal parts.
Regulated pressure This is normal
If pressure drops too low, adjust
regulator while accessory is used.
Circuit breaker trips Low voltage
Furnish adequate power. If using
extension cord, try without.
Consult electrician.
Contact authorized service centre.
Replace check valve, pressure switch,
bleeder valve.
Excessive wire length
Restricted air passages
Back pressure in pump head
Overheating
Poor ventilation
Dirty cooling surfaces
Leaking valve
Relocate compressor to an area with
cool, dry and well-circulated air.
Clean all cooling surfaces of pump and
motor thoroughly.
Replace worn parts and reassemble
with new seals.
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Problem
Possible Causes
Solution
Motor stalls
Low voltage
Defective pressure switch
bleeder valve
Furnish adequate power.
Replace pressure switch bleeder valve.
Pressure relief
valve opens
Tank pressure exceeded normal Replace pressure switch.
operating pressure
Pressure switch stuck
Replace pressure switch.
Motor will not run
Tank pressure exceeds preset
pressure switch limit
Motor will start automatically when
tank pressure drops below
kick-in pressure of pressure tank.
Motor overload protection has
To reset the motor overload, toggle the
tripped
ON/OFF switch to the OFF position and
unplug the unit from the power outlet.
Allow a minimum of 10 minutes for
motor overload cut-out to cool and
reset. Unit can then be plugged in and
restarted.
Circuit breaker tripped
Reset circuit breaker. Do not use circuit
breaker with higher rating than
specified for your branch circuit.
Check for low voltage and proper
extension cord size.
Disconnect other applications from
circuit. Operate compressor
on a dedicated circuit.
Check valve stuck open
Remove and clean or replace.
Pressure bleeder valve on
Bleed line by moving pressure switch
pressure switch has not
lever to OFF position before restarting.
unloaded head pressure
If bleeder valve does not open, replace
bleeder valve.
Wrong wire gauge in cord or
Check for proper gauge and extension
excessive extension cord length cord length.
Loose electrical connections
Contact authorized service centre.
Paint spray on internal motor
Have checked at service centre. Do not
parts
operate compressor in the paint spray
area.
Possible defective motor
Have checked at service centre.
NOTE: Not all problems and corrections will apply to the compressor.el.
CAUTION!
• Always disconnect the compressor from the electrical power source before handling. If the system fails to operate
properly, carefully read instructions and perform maintenance recommendations. If operating problems persist, the
troubleshooting chart above may be of assistance in identifying and correcting them.
TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING
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PARTS LIST
No.
Description
Qty.
No.
Description
Qty.
1
Shroud kit
1
2
Screw, M5 x
.8 x 10 mm
6
28
Nipple,
1/4” NPT x 3”
1
3
Pump/motor
Assembly
1
29
Regulator
1
30
Tube, exhaust
1
31
Compression
ferrule 3/8”
2
32
Check valve
1
33
Fitting, 135˚, 3/8”
NPT x 3/8”
1
34
Screw, socket
head M6 x 1.0
4
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4
Screw, M8 x
1.25” x 16 mm
5
Washer, lock 8 mm 7
6
Washer, flat 8 mm
7
Nut, hex M8 x 1.25
notes1
8
Tank assembly
1
9
Nut, hex M6 x 10
4
10
Washer, lock 6 mm 4
35
Cylinder head
1
11
Washer, flat 6 mm
8
36
Air filter base
1
12
Isolator
4
37
Air filter element
1
13
Screws,
M6 x 1 x 20 mm
9
38
Air filter cover
1
14
Tank drain,
1/4” NPT
15
4
1
1
39
Head gasket
1
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40
Valve plate
2
3
41
Valve reed
2
42
Valve plate gasket
1
Upper cylinder
gasket
1
Screw,
M8 x 1.25 x
55 mm
16
Compressor nut,
1/4”
2
43
17
Tube, relief
1
44
Handle grip
1
Cylinder,
ID 42 mm x H
1
18
19
Compressor ferrule 2
1/4”
45
Lower cylinder
gasket
1
20
Compressor
ferrule 1/4”
2
46
Compression
rings
2
21
Quick connect
1
47
Scraper ring
1
22
Gauge, 1.5”,
250 PSI
2
48
Piston assembly
1
24
Nipple, 1/4” x 1.5” 1
49
Eccentric
1
25
Safety valve
1
50
Rubber baffle
1
26
Power cord
14/3 x 6’ SJT
1
51
Screw, hex flange
hd, M5 x .8 x
15 mm
4
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AVAILABLE SERVICE KITS
No.
Description
Qty.
No.
52
Oil sight glass
1
E100434
36, 37, 38
53
Oil sight glass
seal
1
E101402
16, 17, 19
54
Crankcase cover
1
55
Oil fill cap
1
E101403
20, 30, 31
E101332
50, 52, 53,
54, 55
E100959
39, 42, 43,
45, 50
E100251
46, 47, 48,
49
E100088
52, 53
Includes items
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PARTS LIST
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PARTS AND SERVICE
Replacement parts and service are available from your nearest authorized service
centre. If the need arises, contact Product Service as listed.
Record the model number, serial number, and date purchased in the spaces
provided below. Retain your sales receipt and this manual for future reference.
When needing service, please contact the nearest authorized service centre
or call:
PRODUCT SERVICE
Toll-Free............................1-800-689-9928
SERVICE INTERVALS
Perform the following maintenance at the intervals indicated below.
• Inspect and clean air filter......................................................................... Daily
• Check pump oil level................................................................................. Daily
• Change pump oil...................................................... Every 100 operating hours
a. oil capacity...............................................................................90 ml or 3 oz.
b. oil type....................................................................... SAE 30 Non-detergent
NOTE: Under extreme cold weather conditions, 32°F (0°C) or below, use SAE-10 weight oil.
• Operate the pressure relief valves............................................................. Daily
• Drain tank................................................................................................. Daily
• Check and tighten all bolts (do not overtighten).........Every 100 operating hours
PARTS AND SERVICE
When consulting with a service centre or Product Service, refer to the model
number and serial number located on the serial label of the compressor. Proof of
purchase is required for all transactions and a copy of your sales receipt may be
requested.
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model no. 299-3117-6 | contact us 1-800-689-9928
LIMITED WARRANTY
This Mastercraft product is guaranteed for a period of 3 years from the date of
original retail purchase against defects in workmanship and materials, except for
the following component:
WARRANTY
continuation
Component A: Accessories,
which aretabs
guaranteed for a period of 1-year from the
date of original retail purchase against defects in workmanship and materials.
Subject to the conditions and limitations described below, this product, if returned
to us with proof of purchase within the stated warranty period and if covered
under this warranty, will be repaired or replaced (with the same model, or one of
equal value or specification), at our option. We will bear the cost of any repair or
notes
replacement and any costs
of labour relating thereto.
These warranties are subject to the following conditions and limitations:
a) a bill of sale verifying the purchase and purchase date must be provided;
b) this warranty will not apply to any product or part thereof which is worn
or broken or which has become inoperative due to abuse, misuse, accidental
damage, neglect or lack of proper installation, operation or maintenance (as
outlined in the applicable owner’s manual or operating instructions) or which is
being used for industrial, professional, commercial or rental purposes;
warnings
c) this warranty will not apply to normal wear and tear or to expendable parts or
accessories that may be supplied with the product that are expected to become
inoperative or unusable after a reasonable period of use;
d) this warranty will not apply to routine maintenance and consumable items such
as, but not limited to, fuel, lubricants, vacuum bags, blades, belts, sandpaper, bits,
fluids, tune-ups or adjustments;
e) this warranty will not apply where damage is caused by repairs made or
attempted by others (i.e. persons not authorized by the manufacturer);
f) this warranty will not apply to any product that was sold to the original purchaser
as a reconditioned or refurbished product (unless otherwise specified in writing);
g) this warranty will not apply to any product or part thereof if any part from
another manufacturer is installed therein or any repairs or alterations have been
made or attempted by unauthorized persons;
h) this warranty will not apply to normal deterioration of the exterior finish, such as,
but not limited to, scratches, dents, paint chips, or to any corrosion or discolouring
by heat, abrasive and chemical cleaners; and
i) this warranty will not apply to component parts sold by and identified as
the product of another company, which shall be covered under the product
manufacturer’s warranty, if any.
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3-Year Limited Warranty
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the product of another company, which shall be covered under the product
manufacturer’s warranty, if any.
Additional Limitations
This warranty applies only to the original purchaser and may not be transferred.
Neither the retailer nor the manufacturer shall be liable for any other expense, loss
or damage, including, without limitation, any indirect, incidental, consequential or
exemplary damages arising in connection with the sale, use or inability to use this
product.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights, which
may vary from province to province. The provisions contained in this warranty are
not intended to limit, modify, take away from, disclaim or exclude any statutory
warranties set forth in any applicable provincial or federal legislation.
This product is not meant for industrial or commercial purposes.
This product is for household projects.
Made in China
Imported by
Mastercraft Canada Toronto, Canada M4S 2B8
WARRANTY
Notice to Consumer