Model #RE-2004 CAMPBELL-HAUSFELD Air compressor

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150 lb air compressor, 2HP, craftsman #106153782 runs, but the compress will not engage. I think it is the regulator #RE-2004 that needs to be replaced. However

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When you find the compressor malfunctioning for a needed job it can be upsetting. While you wait for the expert to answer, you can check a website with some good information attached below if you like. It may provide some ideas to cause. Hope this helps!

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Barbara H. -
October 16, 2010
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Thanks for the link to the answerpool. I did see where it may be the reeds. Now I need to come up with a manual with a break down of parts. Sears does not show one.

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neercs -
October 16, 2010
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It sounds like you might have found the problem from the link Barbara H sent you.

You can go to www.searspartsdirect.com&MML=MMLxexpertxmerch and see or print a copy of the parts diagram for your compressor.

I feel the problem will most likely be in the reeds.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
October 18, 2010
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Thank You Jimmy, I trying the link that you left. It would not open. I'll go to the searspartsdirect and try to find it. Is there an other link to it ? Thanks Again

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neercs -
October 18, 2010
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Something must have happened to the link. Use [www.searspartsdirect.com], this should work.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
October 21, 2010
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Thank You Jimmy K, Got it tore down and yes it was the reeds. They where in stock, ordered and they are on the way. Thanks Again.

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neercs -
October 24, 2010
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I am glad you found the problem.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
October 25, 2010
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i inherited this same air compressor from my father when he passed away three years ago. He inherited it from his father. I am trying to find some information about the capacity of the tank and to determine which model is comparible to it. The power cord is frayed and I am trying to determine what type of power cord i need to get for it to be safe to run.

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Anonymous -
February 19, 2011
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The tank on this compressor is a 5 or 6 gallon tank. I can't be sure which capacity the tank is and I can't find any information on what tools the compressor will run. The electrical cord needs to have #14 wire in it. If you use an extension cord, it should also have #14 wire. I looked up the part number for the original cord, and it is no longer available for ordering.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
February 24, 2011
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Jimmy was a big help with mine. Thanks Jimmy K. I'm like Jimmy, on the size of the tank, but it look bigger than a 5 so I'm guessing a 6 gallon tank. I'm just judging looking at a 5 gallon bucket. As for the spec. On the decal that is still on mine it reads. 150psi Twin cyl. Utility, 2 hp. Capacity 7.8 cfm @ 40 psi / 6.3 cfm @ 90 psi. You do know it is a 220 volt, rite ? Mine is anyway. The cord on mine is 7.5 ft long. It looks like 14 ga wire. (I have a bad habit of over kill, so myself.) (If 2 nails will work, I use 3, LOL) I would go with the 12 ga. wire and a 250 volt 20amp plug. Hope between Jimmy K and myself has helped.

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neercs -
February 24, 2011
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