Overheating Protection Circuit:
The unit is equipped with an automatic protection device. In the event the unit reaches an unsafe operating temperature, a protection circuit will cut power to prevent damage to the unit. If the protection circuit activates, immediately disconnect the unit from the power source and allow it to cool.
The unit will cool in approximately 15 minutes, depending on environmental conditions. The protection circuit will automatically reset itself when the temperature returns to a safe operating level.
High altitude and certain air temperatures can negatively affect the unit’s performance.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS before operating product. Failure to follow all instructions below may result in electrical shock, fire and serious injury or death.
Always wear approved safety glasses with side shields when operating. Compressed air and particulate matter can cause eye and soft tissue damage. Keep air stream away from skin and eyes.
RISK OF BURNS:
Always wear gloves. Some exposed parts may become hot during use.
RISK TO BREATHING: This compressor is not designed for and never should be used as a source of breathable air.
RISK OF ELECTRIAL SHOCK: This compressor is for use in dry conditions only.
RISK OF FALLING: This compressor will produce vibrations and can “walk”. Only operate at ground level.
RISK OF FIRE: This compressor will become hot during operation. Allow to cool before storing.
RISK OF BURSTING: Use only accessories rated for 120 psi. Always follow tire manufacturer’s recommended inflation instructions. In most cases they can be located on the side wall of the tire. If you are unsure, contact the manufacturer.
DO NOT MODIFY: Never drill, modify or attempt to repair the compressor. There are no user serviceable parts inside.
SAFE HANDELING: Never carry the compressor by the hose or power cord.
PAY ATTETION: Do not leave the compressor running unattended.
This compressor may be hard mounted in a dry location. Be sure to use proper size wiring for your application. When using this unit with an air tank, you must install a back-flow preventing device to prevent damage to the cylinder head air valve.
Small items will inflate quickly and can easily be damaged. Pay special attention to bicycle tires. They inflate very fast and can rupture. Be prepared to stop the unit quickly when manufacturer’s recommended inflation pressure is reached.
When operating the compressor, be sure to be in a safe location off of the roadway and away from traffic.
Unpack the compressor and inspect for damage. Fully un-wrap the power cord.
Place the compressor on a dry level surface. Attach the air filter to the front of the unit and finger tighten.(2780)
Connect the air supply hose to the compressor using the quick connect fitting.
1. Slide retaining snap ring back.
2. Slide the fittings together firmly.
3. While holding fittings together firmly slide the outer ring forward to lock