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Owner's
Manual
]CRRFTSMRN 1
Permanently
Lubricated
Single Stage
Portable
AIR COMPRESSOR
Model
No.
919.167280
Safety Guidelines
Assembly
Operation
Maintenance
Service
and AdJustments
Troubleshooting
Repair
Parts
CAUTION:
Read the Safety Guidelines
and All Instructions Carefully Before Oper-
atin 9,
Sears,
Roebuck
and Co., Hoffman
Estates,
IL 60179
U.S.A.
Visit our Craftsman website: www.sears.com/craftsman
A16751
Rev. 0 2/15/06

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  • Page 1 • Service and AdJustments • Troubleshooting • Repair Parts CAUTION: Read the Safety Guidelines and All Instructions Carefully Before Oper- atin 9, Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A. Visit our Craftsman website: www.sears.com/craftsman A16751 Rev. 0 2/15/06...
  • Page 2 I V:I :] ! :! [o]II [o,[o) i ,_ i / :! i,_ i K,.'] WARRANTY ..........SPECIFICATION CHART ........SAFETY GUIDELINES ........GLOSSARY ..........ACCESSORIES ..........DUTY CYCLE ..........ASSEMBLY ..........INSTALLATION .......... 11-13 OPERATION ..........14-16 MAINTENANCE ......... 17-20 SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENTS ......
  • Page 3: Glossary

    [,.'] " ,]:re] Il [_;_/[o] _ Ire]; J';1,'l / Model No. 919.167280 Running HP Bore 2.38" Stroke 1.35" Voltage-Single Phase 120V/60HZ/1PH Minimum Branch Circuit Requirement 15 amps Fuse Type Time Delay Air Tank Capacity Approx. Cut-In Approx. Cut-out SCFM q-P 40 psig SCFM q-P 90 psig Refer to Glossary for abbreviations.
  • Page 4 I I_v_ I".Zo] = 'ill I f-'1 _ I i1_'_'-'1 II =1&'d Ih_[.!1/ ,']l[q / [o] _[,! Save these instructions Improper operation or maintenance of this product could result in serious injury and prop- erty damage, Read and understand all warnings and operation instructions before using this equipment,...
  • Page 5: Accessories

    I-"¥-*_J-'1 _N D_ WARNING: Risk of Bursting Air Tank: The following conditions could lead to a weakening of the tank, and result in a violent tank explosion and could cause property damage or serious injury. What Could Happen How To Prevent It Failure to properly drain condensed Drain tank daily or after each use.
  • Page 6 i-"7__j__I,N D 1 WARNING: Risk of Electrical Shock How To Prevent It What Could Happen Your air compressor is powered Never operate the compressor outdoors electricity. Like any other electrically when it is raining or in wet conditions. powered device, If it is not used Never operate compressor with...
  • Page 7 1"-7__VJ__I:_D1 WARNING: Risk of Burns How To Prevent It What Could Happen Never touch any exposed metal parts Touching exposed metal such as the on compressor during or immediately compressor head or outlet tubes, can after operation. Compressor will remain result in serious burns.
  • Page 8 I: r:qrJ:q :_e] WARNING: Risk of Serious InJury or Property Damage When Transporting Compressor (Fire, Inhalation, Damage to Vehicle Surfaces) How To Prevent What Could Happen Oil can leak or spill and could result in Always place COMPRESSOR on a fire or breathing hazard;...
  • Page 9: Duty Cycle

    low level the motor will restart auto- Become familiar with these terms before operating the unit. matically. The low pressure at which the motor automatically restarts is CFM: Cubic feet per minute. called "cut-in" pressure. SOFM: Standard cubic feet per min- Cut-Out Pressure: When an air...
  • Page 10 Unpacking Remove unit from carton and discard all packaging. HOW TO SET UP YOUR UNIT Location of the Air Compressor Make sure the outlet being used Locate the air compressor in a has the same configuration as the clean, dry and well ventilated area. grounded plug.
  • Page 11 Extension Cords Voltage and Circuit Protection Using extension cords is not recom- Refer to the specification chart for the mended. The use of extension cords voltage and minimum branch circuit will cause voltage to drop resulting in requirements. power loss to the motor and over- Certain air heating.
  • Page 12 Know Your Air Compressor READ THIS OWNER'S MANUAL AND SAFETY RULES BEFORE OPERATING YOUR UNIT. Compare the illustrations with your unit to familiarize yourself with the location of various controls and adjustments. Save this manual for future reference. Pressure Tank Outlet Switch Pressure...
  • Page 13 Motor Overload Protector: Air Compressor Pump (not shown): motor has an automatic reset ther- Compresses air into the air tank. mal overload protector. If the motor Working air is not available until the overheats for any reason, the overload compressor has raised the air tank protector will shut off the motor.
  • Page 14 Move the On/Auto/Off lever How to Start: to "ON/AUTO" position. The Turn the On/Auto/Off lever to compressor will start. "AUTO" and allow tank pressure Run the compressor for 15 to build. Motor will stop when minutes. Make sure the drain tank pressure reaches "cut-out"...
  • Page 15 Customer Responsibilities Before Daily or after Every Every each each Yearly hours hours Check Safety Valve • Drain Tank • Air Filter O(1) • Air compressor pump intake and exhaust valves • 1- more frequent in dusty or humid conditions To Check Safety Valve...
  • Page 16 After the water has been drained, IMPORTANT: Do not operate the close the drain valve (clockwise). compressor with the air filter re- The air compressor can now be moved. stored. If dirty, rinse air filter with warm NOTE: If drain valve is plugged, water and squeeze dry.
  • Page 17 All maintenance and repair opera- Using a screwdriver, carefully tions not listed must be performed push the valve disc up and down. NOTE: The valve disc should by Trained Service Technician. move freely up and down on a spring which holds the valve disc Risk of Unsafe Operation.
  • Page 18 Assemble the regulator and To Replace Regulator orient as shown. Release all air pressure from air tank. See "To Drain Tank" in the Maintenance section. Set the On/Auto/Off lever to "OFF" and unplug unit. Remove the outlet pressure gauge and quick connect (if equipped) from the regulator.
  • Page 19 Before you store the air compressor, Risk of Bursting. Water will make sure you do the following: condense in the air tank. If not Review the Maintenance section drained, water will corrode and on the preceding pages and weaken the air tank causing a risk perform scheduled maintenance of air tank rupture and possible...
  • Page 20 i / :_ollJ :] | _,_: [oIo] / h_[d Risk of Unsafer Operation. Performing repairs may expose voltage sources, moving parts, or compressed air sources. Personal injury may occur. Before servicing: Unplug or disconnect electrical supply to the air compressor, bleed tank of pressure, and allow the air compressor to cool.
  • Page 21 PROBLEM CAUSE CORRECTION Pressure reading It is normal for "some" If there is an excessive on the regulated pressure drop to occur. amount of pressure drop pressure gauge when the accessory is used, drops when an adjust the regulator follow- accessory is ing the instructions in the...
  • Page 22 PROBLEM CAUSE CORRECTION Regulator will Damaged regulator. Replace. not shut off air outlet. Motor will not Let motor cool off and over- Motor overload protection run. load switch will automatically switch has tripped. reset. Tank pressure exceeds pres- Motor will start automatically sure switch "cut-in"...
  • Page 23 23-SP A16751...
  • Page 24 Air Compressor Model Number 919.167280 Torque 15-25 ImLbs 35 Torque 100-120 In-Lbs Torque 912 Ft-Lbs "'_ ..5_T7 r q!!_lls 51" A16751 24- ENG...
  • Page 25: Assembly

    AC-0774 Isolator (3) AC-0292 Outlet Tube SSP-7821-1 Nut Tubing 3/8" QD SSG-3105 O-Ring Pump Assembly LA-3069 Label, Craftsman LA-3027 Label, Drain Tank Eng/Spa LA-3108 Label, Hot Surface SST-5314-1 Recess Rubber Bumper (2) A13282 Label, Tool Rating D23138 Wheel 9" (2)
  • Page 26 Air Compressor Model Number 919.167280 The picture shown is for reference only. It may differ from actual unit. Torque 7-10 Ft-Lbs Torque 51-63 In-Lbs 75 ..[' -- 78-_ Torque 42-48 In-Lbs Torque 100-120 In-Lbs 73 Torque 100-120 In-Lbs A16751 26-ENG...
  • Page 27 I..,,T__I _-_ i[,.',] Ii! G,',]i / Air Compressor Model Number 919.167280 PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION SSF-586 Screw 1/4-20 UNC x 3/4 AC-0108 SSF-615 Screw 1/4-20 UNC-2A Z-AC-0140 Eccentric Bearing SSF-3158-1 Screw 10-24 x 3/4 T25 Z-D26712 Motor CAC-248-2 Formed Compression Ring ACG-29 Connecting KK-4835...
  • Page 28 GARANTJA ............CUADRO DE ESPECIFICACIONES ........DEFINICIONES DE NORMAS DE SEGURIDAD ......33 IMPORTANTES INSTRUCCIONES DE SEGURIDAD ...... 34-38 GLOSARIO ............ACCESORIOS ............CICLO DE SERVlCIO ..........ENSAMBLADO ............INSTALACION ............ 41-43 OPERACION ............44-46 MANTENIMIENTO ..........47-50 SERVICIOS Y REGULACIONES ........
  • Page 29 [o,]iil;1 m ]-{o]Im]alIa(,.") ".,,1 a[o,] I II [oY;W:o,] [o]_,_ Iag"] Modelo N ° 919.167280 HP de Trabajo Diametro interior 2,38 po (60,4ram) Carrera 1,35 po (34,3mm) Tension monofasica 120V/60HZ/1 PH Circuito mlnimo requerido Tipo de fusible Accion retardada 26 Galones (124,9 litros) Capacidad de aire en el tanque Presion de corte de entrada...
  • Page 30 GUARDE ESTAS INSTRUCCIONES _'_t La operacion o el mantenimiento inadecuados de este producto podrian ocasionar lesiones serias y dahos a la propiedad. Lea y comprenda todas las advertencias e instrucciones de funcionamiento antes de utilizar este equipo. I:,1 _lml[_;To] ADVERTENCIA: Riesgo de ExpIosi6n o Incendio &Que...
  • Page 31 rj :1al[r] :[,] ADVERTENCIA: Riesgo de Explosion I,_1 Tanque de aire: las siguientes condiciones poclrlan, causar el debilitamiento del tanque, causar su explosion violent& clahos a la propiedad o lesiones serias. _Que puede occurrir? _Como prevenirlo? El drenaje inadecuado del agua condensada Drene el tanque diariamente o despu_s...
  • Page 32 Ud :tat[r] :[,] ADVERTENCIA: Riesgo de Explosion I,_1 Tanque de aire: las siguientes condiciones poclrlan, causar el debilitamiento del tanque, causar su explosion violent& clahos a la propiedad o lesiones serias. _Que puede occurrir? _Como prevenirlo? El drenaje inadecuado del agua condensada Drene el tanque diariamente o despu_s...
  • Page 33 ADVERTENCIA: Riesgo de Quemaduras _.Que puede occurrir? i C6mo prevenirlo? Jambs toque partes de metal expuestas en el Tocar el metal expuesto tal come el cabeza] compresor durante o inmediatamente despues del compresor o los tubes de salida del escape, de la operacien.
  • Page 34 ADVERTENCIA: Riesgo de Lesiones Serias o Danos a la Propiedad Transportar el Compresor (Fuego, irllhalaei6rl, dal_o a la superfieie de vehieulos) i.Que puede occurrir? _C6mo prevenirlo? El aceite puede derramarse generande un ries- Deposite el eompresor sobre urla alfombrilla go de incendio o inhalaci(Sn que puede causar protectora cuarldo...
  • Page 35 [e] Ul[oI.',9'_,_ :_[o] del tanque baja al valor fijado en fabrica Familiarlcese con los siguientes terminos, como punto bajo, el motor volvera a ar- antes de operar la unidad: rancar automaticamente, La presion baja a CFM: (Cubic feet per minute) Pies cabicos la cual el motor arranca automaticamente, por minuto.
  • Page 36 Desempaque Extraiga la unidad de su caja y descarte todas las partes de embalaje. COMO PREPARAR LA UNIDAD AsegL]rese de que el tomacorriente que sera utilizado tenga la misma configuraci0n que el enchufe de Ubicacion del compresor de aire conexion a tierra. NO UTILICE UN Ubique al compresor de aire en una zona ADAPTADOR.
  • Page 37 Cables de extensi6n electrica Proteccion del voltaje y del circuito No se recomienda la utilizacion de cables Acerca del voltaje y la minima cantidad de de extension electrica. El uso de cables circuitos requeridos, refierase al cuadro de especificaciones. de extension electrica originara una calda de tension, Io que determinara Riesgo de perdida de potencia del motor asl como...
  • Page 38 Conozca su compresor de aire LEA ESTE MANUAL [)EL PROPIETARIO Y SUS NORMAS DE SEGURIDAD ANTES DE QPERAR LA UNIDAD. Compare las ilustraciones contra su unidad a fin de familiarizarse con la ubicaci0n de los distintos controles y regulaciones. Conserve este manual para referencias futuras.
  • Page 39 Bomba de compresion del aire (no Proteccion para sobrecarga del motor: El mostrada): Comprime el aire dentro del motor tiene un reposicionador termico por tanque. El aire de trabajo no se encuentra sobrecarga del motor. Si el motor se sobre- disponible hasta que el compresor haya calentase, por cualquier razon, el protector alcanzado a Ilenar el tanque hasta un nivel...
  • Page 40 Mueva la palanca On/Auto/Off a la Como poner en marcha: posicion "ON/AUTO". El compresor sc Mueva la palanca On/Auto/Off a pondra en marcha. la posicion "AUTO" y deje que se Haga funcionar el compresor durante incremente la presion del tanque. El 15 minutos.
  • Page 41 Iiv_ V :Ii_I IIII i_I Iiv_ I III i_I [o] Responsabilidades del cliente Antes Diariamente Cada Cada Anualmente de cada oluegode cada uso horas horas Verifique la vtllvula de seguridad Drenaje del tanque Filtro de aire O(1) • Vdvulas de entrada y escape de bomba del compresor de aire 1 - Mas frecuente en condiciones...
  • Page 42 IMPORTANTE: No opere el compresor Una vez drenada el agua, cierre la sin el filtro de aire. v_ilvula de drenaje (girando en sentido horario). Ahora el compresor de aire Retire el filtro de aire y asegurese de podra ser guardado. que este limpio.
  • Page 43 _._] :! :ill [e_[e] i'd r-*11Lll.._l / :_ Todo tipo de mantenimiento y opera- Desenrosque la valvula de retencion ciones de reparacion no mencionados, girandola hacia la izquierda usando deber_in ser efectuados por personal una Navede boca de 7/8 plug. tecnico especializado.
  • Page 44 Ensamble el regulador y orientelo de Para reemplazar el regulador acuerdo a Io mostrado. Libere toda la presi0n del aire del tanque. Vea "Drenaje del tanque" en la seccion Mantenimiento. Apagar la unidad colocando interruptor en On/Auto/OFF en "OFF". Usando una Ilave de tuercas ajustable retire el medidor de salida de presion y la conexioN rapida del regulador (si la tiene).
  • Page 45 Antes de guardar su compresor de aire, Riesgo de Explosion. El asegurese de hacer Io siguiente: Revise la seccion "Mantenimiento" agua se condensa dentro del tanque de aire. Si no se drena, ella de las paginas precedentes y e]ecute el mantenimiento programado de corroera debilitando...
  • Page 46 [e_lJ_:lle):l __le)= ".]-Te):]|=_vff:T_! Riesgo de Operacion Insegura: La unidad arranca autom_iticamente cuando est_i enchufada. AI hacer el mantenimiento, el operador puede quedar expuesto a fuentes de corriente y de aire comprimido o a piezas movibles. Antes de intentar hacer reparaciones, desconectar el compresor del tomacorriente, drenar la presi6n de aire del tanque y esperar a que el compresor so enfr|e.
  • Page 47 CAUSA PROBLEMA CORRECCION Si hubiese una calda excesiva de La lectura de la Es normal que ocurra algun presion durante el uso del acceso- presion sobre un descenso en la presi0n. rio, ajuste el regulador de acuerdo man0metro (si vi- a las instrucciones de la seccion ene equipado con...
  • Page 48 CAUSA CORRECCION PROBLEMA El motor no El interruptor de proteccion Deje enfriar el motor y el interrup- funciona. tor de sobrecarga se reajustara obrecarga del motor se ha abierto. automaticamente, El motor arrancara automaticamente La presion del tanque excede la presion de "corte maximo" cuando la presion del tanque caiga por debajo de la presion de corte del interruptor de presion.
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  • Page 51: Installation

    Congratulations on making a smart purchase. Felicitaciones por hacer una compra Your new Craftsman ®product is designed inteligente. Su nueva unidad Craftsman _ eata and manufactured for years of dependable diserrada y fabricada para afros de operacion operation. But like all products, it may require confiable;...
  • Page 52 Your Home For repair - in your home - of all major brand appliances, lawn and garden equipment, or heating and cooling systems, no matter who made it, no matter who sold itY For the replacement parts, accessories owner's manuals that you need to do-it-yourself. For Sears professional installation of home appliances...