Fix My Compressor
Buying, using and fixing your air compressor
May 16, 2015 by willyr 11 Comments
I have a husky 26 gallon air compressor Runs good Starts up shuts off about 60 pounds I turn the compressor off wait 15 minutes turn it back on Runs for about 20 minutes builds up to 90 pounds and shuts off Turn switch back off wait 15 minutes turn back on goes up to 115 pounds shut off again Can anybody help me let me know what the problem is
It seems as though the compressor is taking too long to fill, running too long at one stretch, and going off on thermal cut out. When the motor cools, the compressor will start, and the cycle repeats.
If not air is blowing back out of the intake port when the compressor is running, odds are good that either the pump head valves or gaskets are compromised, and that means a pump repair kit.
Thanks for the information
Do you know the part numbers for the seal kit
If you Google “parts for (put model number here) air compressor” you will find sources.
I don’t know how to change the bit on the compressor. Please help.
Hi there. I’m afraid I don’t know what you mean by “bit” on the compressor. Can you provide more info?
I had the same issue with the same model running non stop and never building over 115 lbs. it was so noisy I could hardly stay in the same building while it run certainly not in the same room. I no longer have that issue. I turned it on went out of the house planing to return shut it off and continue work. I did not need to shut it off because on my return… Read more »
I have a Husky model # F2S20VWD , its a 20gal 150 PSI, Problem is it will continuously run, will not reach 150psi, only gets to about 115, I replaced the check valve # E106123, thinking because air is always coming out the hole. this did not fix the issue.any ideas? pressure valve?
Well Rob, the tank check valve is certainly one of the things to check. Others can be found here: http://fix-my-compressor.com/compressor-will-not-build-pressure/ .
I have that same model and that same issue. I almost ordered a check valve thinking the same as you Rob. I guess I’ll take the shroud off and look at a couple other things associated in the article willyr suggests first.