Insert the accessory dipstick all the way to the bottom.
Remove the dipstick and make sure the oil level is within the range
of the dipstick notches (Fig.6).
Drain tank to release air pressure before
removing the dipstick.
Make sure air vent in dipstick is free from
debris. If air vent is blocked pressure can
build in crankcase causing damage to
compressor and possible personal injury.
When the oil volume is insufficient, refer to the section "Oil
change-oil topping off" on page 11 for a description of how to
supply the oil.
6. Right running position
Position the compressor on a flat surface or one with an
inclination of 10° at the most, in a well ventilated area away from
atmospheric agents and not in explosive areas (Fig.7).
In order to avoid damaging the compressor,
do not allow the unit to be tilted more than
10° when operating.
When operating or storing the ompressor, set 4
rubber bumpers downward on the floor (Refer to Fig.1)
Push the knob of the pressure switch to "OFF" and disconnect it from
the power source before move the compressor. Transport the
compressor in the correct manner.
The compressor has 2 handles for carrying and for pulling.
1. Keep one hand on a frame and sliding two handles out, and lock
NOTE: Use two frames to lift or carry the unit.
2. After transporting the compressor, unlock two handles and
Operating temperatures are between 32°F and 104°F
(0°C and 40°C).
Never operate in temperatures below 32°F
(0°C) or above 104°F (40°C).
two handles with two knobs on the frame (Fig.8).
Pull up two handles, to move the knob towards the direction for
locking, and two handles will lock. If two handles do not lock, turn
the knob to lock it.
Before transporting the compressor, move
two handles to push and pull, and verify
that they are locked.
Do not lean on the sliding two handles,
when they are extended or shorten.
Keep the balance while transporting.
Do not use two handles to lift and carry
slowly shorter them.
Pull two knobs, and turn it ninety degrees to unlock two handles.