There was a retail store chain in North America which some of you may have heard of known as SEARS. (There may still be some Sears outlets around, but they are few and far between any more.)
Sears is a department store selling all kinds of products from all kinds of manufacturers. They also have products manufactured with their own brand name for sale in their own stores and online. Craftsman compressors is one of those products.
The Craftsman brand is the name of their broad range of tools and workshop accessories as well, but on this page, we’re only concerned about the Craftsman compressors.
Over the many years the Craftsman /Sears compressor brand has been available, the actual air compressors have been made for Sears by a range of manufacturers. Therefore, a model number available in 2014 may not have been made by the same company with that same model number available in earlier years. Or, there are so many model numbers, it’s hard to find specific information about that one.
You can ask your own questions about Craftsman / Sears compressors by using the form below. If you do post a question, please include at least one photo of your compressor. More photos are better if you want to focus in on the problem area on that compressor.
Please only post questions and comments about Craftsman / Sears air compressors on this page if you would be so kind. General questions can be posted elsewhere on this site.
More pages with questions and information about Craftsman air compressors:
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- 7 year old Craftsman 26 gallon 1.6 HP 160 PSI Air Compressor loses about 40 PSI of pressure a day.