Turning Archive 2007

Subject:
compressor repair

john lucas
>I bought a cheap air compressor a few years ago. It did the job but when it died the troubles began. I needed an overheat thermostat and an air pressure switch. It was nearly impossible to find either one. By the time I found the parts and then bought new pieces of pipe and hose and other odds and ends to fix it I have nearly $80 in parts to repair a $167 air compressor. Bummer. Oh well I'll just save up for a new compressor. Next time this one dies I will have saved the money to buy a good one.

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