Model #351153000 CRAFTSMAN Nailer

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Capacitor no longer available 351153000 Craftsman Nailer/stapler

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Thank you for choosing Sears Parts Direct. I will be more than happy to help with your nailer. Upon researching model 351153000; the capacitor for this model has been discontinued and is no longer available, we do not have a substitution. Since the part has been discontinued we no longer have any specifications on it.

I trust this information will help you, we appreciate your business thank for choosing Sears.

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CarlosZ -
Sears Technician
July 14, 2015
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Discontinued parts? 351153000 Craftsman Nailer/stapler

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Searspartsdirect.com is always a great resource to find the answers to your parts questions. Your Sears partsdirect expert will research your question and respond within two business days but usually sooner. Thank you for using Searspartsdirect.com!

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Henry -
July 18, 2013
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Hello glad to help.  Thank You for choosing Sears PartsDirect.com

I am sorry and do understand your frustration when having the tools and finding the part is no longer available.

The part is no longer availabe from us at Sears.  I checked my research program for an updated number and was to no avail.  What I would do is use the part number on one of your web search engines.   Part number 24529.00.   Most likely you will find it at another place.   I am sorry too that since it doesn't give me size/dimensions to know weather another model/type will fit.   Good luck

If you have further questions please let me know.
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Larry L -
Sears Technician
July 18, 2013
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Model No. 351.153000 1 Gallon Compressor

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Managemylife.com is always a great resource to find the answers to just about anything. I'm sorry to hear that you are having some difficulties with your Craftsman Air Compressor. I did some research for you at Managemylife and found two expert answers to a similar question that may help until your expert can respond to your specific question. The link is attached below. I hope this helps.

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James -
February 03, 2012
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You should see something start to register on the gauge within a minute or so. Feeling some air movement around the compressor when it's running is not all that unusual. Because you're not seeing any pressure build that makes me suspect there is an issue with the pump and that's why you feel the air though. It could be a problem with a cylinder gasket or just a matter of a bad joint on the tubing. It's really just too hard to say without seeing the unit.

You can spray some soapy water (dishsoap and water) on the joints and then start the compressor to see if you can see bubbling as this will indicate leaking. If no pressure is building though, I suspect we're kind of beyond using the soap water method of tracking the leak. This is most likely going to be a situation of physically seeing the leak. If nothing can be seen then we have to assume the problem is with the cylinder/head are of the compressor.

Let me know what you find. You can go HERE with the model number to see the parts images for the compressor.

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XX Wade_ -
Sears Technician
February 06, 2012
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Thanks Wade. The interesting thing is I have had this for a couple of years, but because of several factors this is the first time I have tried to use it. I am surprised that right out of the box it would have problems. Not like a Craftsman product at all.

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Joel -
February 07, 2012
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That is weird with it being in brand new condition. I will assume that if the tank drain is open you would have seen that. But if you're not sure, do double check it.

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XX Wade_ -
Sears Technician
February 08, 2012
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I did check the drain and have made sure it is closed, but some air comes out of there as well when the compressor is on. Is this normal?

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Joel -
February 08, 2012
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No, that's not normal. When the drain port is closed there should be zero air coming from it. Depending on the type of drain valve, you may be able to take it out. If you can, take it out and oil it. If you can't take it out, see if you can get some oil on the threads and then work it back/forth a few times to see if maybe it's just some build up causing it to not seal up.

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XX Wade_ -
Sears Technician
February 09, 2012
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That was the trick....worked the drain valve back and forth and got it to seal up. All worked well...trim is up and all is good. Thanks for your help.

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Joel -
February 11, 2012
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