Where to find replacement parts for a Husky portable compressor model # H1503TP
(Miami Beach, Florida)
The replacement parts are :
Air regulator knob
Hello Raphael. As it says on the Husky page... "Turns out Campbell Hausfield is the original mfr of the Husky line for Home Depot. Their website is chpower.com Their toll free number is 1-800-543-6400 I got help immediately and ordered the valve plate kit $29 plus shipping. This was for my Husky model WL651003AJ. " You might try CHPower to see if they made your Husky compressor too.
None of the parts you refer to need be replaced by OEM equipment as far as I'm concerned.
You can pick up rubber mounts at most good hardware stores (or appliance parts depots). Just find some that approximate yours and you're good.
If by the sending pipe you refer to the air line from the pump head to the tank, any copper line of the same size (or bigger) will suit. You can acquire compression rings and fittings for the tube that will interface with most standard threads. A good hardware store will help you here, as will a plumbing wholesaler.
As for the regulator, I suspect if you find a knob you will end up paying almost as much as a new regulator that are in the $15 range. If this were my compressor, I'd simply replace the regulator rather than trying to fix a faulty one.
husky model 417 270 motor heats up on occasion and then usually stops and smokes
(Clear Spring, MD)
I have a 26 gallon Husky 417 270, the motor heats up on occasion and then usually stops and smokes.
I assume I would need a pump motor assembly.
It smells electrical but can see sparking inside of head unit.
Unit is not very old and rarely used any suggestions on were to find parts or just buy new?
My guess is replace the whole unit it's probably cheaper in the long run.
Hey Mike. Info about getting parts is on the Husky page here on this site.
Question. Tell me about how you are plugging the compressor in. Are you plugged right into a receptacle, or do you use an extension cord or power bar?
A comment here with the answer will allow me to dig deeper into your Husky compressor problem.