Question about Craftsman 3 gal. Air Compressor, 1.5 hp, Horizontal k
I was using my Durabuilt Air Compressor (6 gal DP0200604) and while I wasnt looking it started blowing oil everywhere. Upon closer inspection I noticed what looks like a rubber priming bulb ahd ''blown off'' can I just replace this or is there a potentially worse problem? Know where I can get parts for this? The compressor was still working, I just turned it off.
I have a new Durabuilt Air compressor Model # DP0200604
6 gal. tank, Wp 0f 140psi ; I need a owners manual that I misplaced. Where can I go to down load this item? FLT 04-2010
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
Go to this web site for users manual
Posted on Jun 18, 2010
Same issue I had - this is the sight glass rubber cover that bulged and blew out - I was able to shut might off before it seized up...
take a wrench, and loosen and pull out the plug... then at any plumbers supply, you can get a brass 1/2 threaded end cap/plug - use teflon tape, and she will fit nice and snug, then fill it with the right amount of oil, and you're all set.... yes, you will loose your site glass, but this is a $5 repair for a $70 unit... new site glass is like $20... didn't seem worth it to me...
Posted on Sep 27, 2014
You can download it direct from here:
Posted on Jul 14, 2013
Where can I find a manual for my Durabuilt DB1552.
Or at least where can I buy parts for it?
Posted on Jun 21, 2013
I have 2 hp 6 gal compressor Model DB1652 builds pressure, but no air at discharge. Can you help
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
It is difficult to trouble shoot this kind of issue. Even brand new compressors will blow some oil out if the cap is removed. So you should ask yourself if you've notice any issues with the efficiency of the compressor? More specifically an increase in the time it takes to reach max psi. Also is this a older compressor?
As the cylinder wall and rings wear more and more pressurized gas will be forced by the rings. However, this is a gradual process.
If you have not noticed an increase in the time it takes the pump to reach max psi then what you experienced is probably just the normal blow-by that all compressors have.
As for a replacement oil cap.
As long as the cap fits tightly and has a breather any oil cap will work. Measure your opening then try checking out places like Sears and Home Depot. Since several air compressor manufacturers use the same motor\pump. You should be able to find one that will meet your requirements. Though you may have to order it.
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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