Model #919195410 CRAFTSMAN Air compressor

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Q:

compressor trips circuit breaker on restart only 919195410 Craftsman Air compressor

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Thanks for the inquiry and for being a valued member.

I am sorry to hear of the issue you’re having with air compressor. I know how frustrating that is.

I agree; this definitely sounds like an issue with the check valve. They are pretty straight forward to replace, as everything just unthreads off. The factory uses a thread sealer for the base of the valve, but you will want to put some Teflon tape on the other threads for safe measure. When unthreading the valve from the tank, you will want to secure the tank to avoid movement, which will make it easier to take out. Disconnect the top thread first and then you can unthread the valve from the tank body. There won't be any Loctite involved, so it shouldn't be an issue unthreading.

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
May 07, 2015
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Mr. Wallce, Thank You for your advice. Is it required in your opinion to use a "flair" wrench when disconnecting the metal tubes from the check valve to prevent "Bugging" up the fitting? Thank you again, Greg

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Greg -
May 08, 2015
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air is leaking from pressure regulator around knob that adjusts pressure to hose. what do i need to replace? cannot tell from diagram 919195410 Craftsman Air compressor

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I would start by removing the regulator and use Teflon tape on all the leads coming into it. If it continues to leak from under or around the knob after sealing up the threads, the regulator will need to be replaced. The part number is D27257.

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
April 16, 2015
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CRAFTSMAN PROFESSIONAL 25 GAL AIR COMPRESSOR MAKING HOUSE 20AMP BREAKER TRIP 919195410

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Thank You for choosing Sears PartsDirect.com and being a valued member. It is unfortunate to hear that you are having issues with your compressor and I do understand your frustration. Glad to help out. I'm looking at your model number 919195410 and next time the breaker trips turn the air compressor off at the pressure switch. If you hear air leaking, the check valve in the tank likely causes the problem. If you do not hear any leaks, the problem is likely a defective motor. To be sure, you can check the amp draw of the motor with an amp clamp. If you have an amp clamp, you can hook it around the black wire going to the motor. Then turn the unit on and observe the meter. If it shows more than 15 amps after it starts the motor needs to be replaced. If the out let is fine, you will need a volt ohmmeter to verify voltage to the motor. If you have a meter and feel confident checking live voltage, remove the cover on the pressure switch. Then locate the two wires going to the motor. Once you know which wires they are turn the unit on and plug it in. Then turn the meter to check AC voltage and please the leads on the wires going to the motor. If you have a reading of 120 volts, the problem is in the motor. Depending on your model, the motor parts are not available. If this is the case for yours you have to replace the whole motor. The original problem could have been caused by a failing motor or a defective check valve. If the check valve were defective, you would have heard air leaking from the pressure switch when it turned off. If you did not hear air leaking out the problem was likely because of the motor. I trust this information will help you.

 

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Sherman_G_Wallace -
Sears Technician
November 26, 2014
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I took the cover off where the cord goes and put an amp clamp over the black wire and it started up at 12.6 amps the slowly climbed over 16.9amp at 60psi before I cut off the switch. I can get the tank full at around 140psi but its still not powerful enough to run my impact gun. As I said I bought a brand new gun at sears and it does the same thing . So if this thing needs a new motor that hasnt even been used 10 times and sears no longer sells one then what do I replace the motor with. Im sure sears isnt going to try to make this right considering the unit is outta warranty.

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ed -
November 28, 2014
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