Ya know, if you have the model number on ANY of your Sears/Craftsman
tools/appliances, you can go to this website:
and enter your model# and click GO. Keep clicking on the appropriate links for
what you need, and at some point, you'll see a button that says "Show Detailed
Diagram". Clicking it will get you a illustrated parts list (IPS) in PDF format
(requires Adobe Acrobat Reader). These diagrams are WAY better than the
microfiche IPS available at the Sears Parts Stores, and can be enlarged with
practically NO distortion or blur!
Hope this helps!
> Thanks for all the help! I went out tonite to do some more
> troubleshooting, and decided to take the main line off from the head to the
> tank...imagine my surprise when I found it was putting out good pressure! I
> then found one of the brass compression fittings gone on the copper tube at
> the tank end, someone had used a rubber piece to try to seal it. Funny thing
> is, I couldn't hear it hissing, or feel any air coming out near there, but
> must have been. I then re-attached the tube to the head, and ran a high
> pressure hose to my remote tank...it built pressure up fine. Whew! Then, I
> found a leak at the head, I had noticed a dimple on the top plate seat , so I
> used some Liquid Steel to fix that, no more leak! So, looks like I need just
> a simple brass compression fitting now to complete the repairs, and get it
> I did go the Sears repair center, and they pulled up a diagram, but it
> got blurry as the lady Zoomed in on it, so it was rather hard to tell if it
> was the correct compressor or not. I couldn't return the non-stocked gaskets
> either if I had ordered them with the wrong #, so I just wound up making my
> own from some auto store sheet gasket material. They worked fine. Thanks for
> your responses, I've learned alot about compressors, reed valves, and other
> useful stuff this week. Should have it running by the weekend, maybe do some
> work with my air tools for a change, lol. 'Preciate the help, keep on Ol'
> Truckin' !
> itching to get some air tools moving on my Ol Suburban parts...sand blast
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