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My Craftsman air compressor #919.167780 won't build pressure beyond 30psi. 919167780 Craftsman Air compressor

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Thanks for the inquiry and for using SearsPartsDirect.com. 

Sorry to hear of the issue you're having with the air compressor not building pressure past 30 psi. I know how frustrating that is. 

Your air compressor probably has something broken inside the cylinder. Disconnect the power to the air compressor and remove the plastic cover around the motor and compressor.

Before you take the compressor apart, listen and feel for air leaks. Check to see if air is coming back out of the intake filter. If air is coming back out of the intake filter, something is wrong inside the cylinder.

Turn the motor shaft by hand and be sure the piston goes up and down.

If the piston is ok remove the 4 screws holding the head on top of the cylinder. Remove the head.

Directly under the head is the pressure plate. The pressure plate has reeds on it that direct the air into the discharge line and keep the air from going back through the intake side of the compressor. Check the reeds for warping or breaking. If the reeds are damaged, you must replace the pressure plate. Make note of how the pressure plate sets and the O-rings that seal around it.

Remove the pressure plate and inspect the cylinder walls for scratches or wear, if the cylinder is damaged you need to replace the cylinder, piston, and rings. Make note of the piston and the rings on it. If a ring is worn or broken the air goes back through the intake filter and no pressure is built. If you have to replace the rings, replace the piston and sleeve also.

To replace the rings and piston, you have to remove the nuts that hold the piston to the eccentric.

Hope this helps and thanks for using SearsPartsDirect.com. We appreciate your business. 

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
August 02, 2014
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I replaced the cylinder, piston, and rings on both cylinders. Both pistons travel freely and properly in their cylinders. I also just received the pressure plate on the high pressure side. I am quite disappointed that the pressure plate, which included both rubber o-ring gaskets , did not also include the head gasket. I will now order the gasket and pay another S&H charge (which I resent). Hopefully I can get sufficient air pressure now.

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darrell -
September 18, 2014
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After replacing both cylinders, pistons, and rings; plus one valve plate and all gaskets and o-rings, the compressor still would not build pressure beyond 30psi. I finally removed the high pressure cylinder and replaced it with the old scored cylinder and piston with the broken ring. I smeared a light coat of JB Weld on the inside of the old cylinder. When it had thoroughly cured, I honed it smooth and replaced the cylinder and the piston with the broken ring and VIOLA, I now have 175psi again, although it still takes excessive time to build to that pressure. This is convincing to me that the new cylinder is defective. I have wasted both dollars and time on this project. The compressor still looks like new and I expect it to preform like new also. I would appreciate any help possible on this unnerving task. Thanks in advance, Darrell Ringler (620) 344-2720

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darrell -
September 29, 2014
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After replacing both cylinders, pistons, and rings, plus one valve plate and all gaskets and o-rings, the compressor still would not build pressure beyond 30psi. I finally removed the high pressure cylinder and replaced it with the old scored cylinder and piston with the broken ring. I smeared a light coat of JB Weld on the inside of the old cylinder. When it had thoroughly cured, I honed it smooth and replaced the cylinder and the piston with the broken ring and VIOLA, I now have 175psi again, although it still takes excessive time to build to that pressure. This is convincing to me that the new cylinder is defective. I have wasted both dollars and time on this project. The compressor still looks like new and I expect it to preform like new also. I would appreciate any help possible on this unnerving task. Thanks in advance, Darrell Ringler (620) 344-2720

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darrell -
September 29, 2014
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I still haven't heard back from anyone at Sears. I would appreciate it if someone would look into this matter and hopefully concur that the new cylinder/piston is defective and help me get this problem fixed. To date, I have spent $241 on this project, most of that was unnecessary.

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darrell -
October 07, 2014
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Sorry for the delay in getting back to you on your response. 

In order to check into the presumed defective cylinder and components, you will need to contact our Customer Care department at 1-800-469-4663. They can check in with the manufacturer to inquire into the status or compatibility of the components. They can also verify that the correct parts were ordered and used. 

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
October 07, 2014
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how do i replace the clutch cable on my craftsman riding lawn mower model # 917270860?

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Replacing parts on your tool can be a mystery. While you are waiting on an expert to answer your question, I was searching in the Manage My Life website and found your owner's manual. I have attached the link below. Hope this helps!

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Dezeray S -
April 11, 2011
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I am sending you an image with instructions for replacing the clutch cable.

The part number of the clutch cable is 175067, and the price is $27.20. You can order the part at Parts Direct

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
April 12, 2011
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I would also like to know how to replace the clutch cable on same tractor....any help would be much appreciated...thks

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Todd -
September 05, 2013
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