U.S. General Model US660V

by Stan
(Plano, Texas)

Head gasket for compressor failed, need replacement. Where can I purchase a replacement part?

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Aug 07, 2016
by: Doug in s.d.ca

If you've looked at the pump diagram, you've seen that it has an oil pan with gaskets - I'd be inclined to look there first. You can probably remove the whole unit and check for loose bolts, maybe you'll get lucky and find one or two loose.

Aug 05, 2016
US660V Pump leaking oil
by: Chris

Pump has developed an oil leak, which I have yet to locate the origin. Oil collecting at the 7 o'clock position of the pump footing. Leak is very slow. I did read about lousy rings being a possible cause.

May 05, 2015
pressure switch
by: Doug in s.d.ca


Just do a search for us660v and you should see at least one source. About $30.

How the heck did they "lose" it? As in swiped?

May 05, 2015
US660V red switch replacement
by: Howard in PA

Moved to our new home and the movers "lost" the red switch (on/off) from my compressor. Any ideas where I can get a replacement?

Howard in PA

May 03, 2015
by: Doug in s.d.ca


Thanks for the update.

May 02, 2015
by: Stan

I have since discovered the compressor is manufactured by IMC-Atlas Copco and it is a model B3800. I found a gasket kit at mastertoolrepair.com as well as an ample parts list for this compressor.

May 02, 2015
by: Doug in s.d.ca

You could make one.

There are at least a couple of on-line parts stores that may have what you need depending on the pump model. Google is your friend.

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