DeWalt D55167 Air Compressor Kullanım Kılavuzu

Kullanım Kılavuzu için aygıtı DeWalt D55167 Air Compressor

DeWalt D55167 Air Compressor Kullanım Kılavuzu

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If you have questions or comments, contact us.Pour toute question ou tout commentaire, nous contacter.Si tiene dudas o comentarios, contáctenos.1-800-4-DeWALT • www.dewalt.comInstruction ManualGuide D'utilisationManual de instruccionesD55167Oil-Free Portable Air CompressorCompresseur d’air portatif sans huileCompresor de aire sin aceite portátilINSTRUCTIVO DE OPERACIÓN, CENTROS DE SERVICIO Y PÓLIZADE GARANTÍA. ADVERTENCIA: LÉASE ESTE INSTRUCTIVO ANTESDE USAR EL PRODUCTO.

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EnglishD55167 Air Compressor A. Auto(I)/Off(O) Switch B. Air Tank Pressure Gauge C. Regulated Pressure Gauge D. Regulator E. Quick ConnectFIG. 1 F. Check Valve G. Safety Valve H. Air Tank Drain Valve(not  shown) I. Pressure Switch J. Air Intake FilterBCEDGIAjPump/Motor SpecificationsVoltage: Single Phase 120VMinimum branch circuit requirement: 15 AFuse Type: Time delayfSpecificationsMODELD55167WEIGHT85 lbs. (38.6 kg)HEIGHT27.5" (698.5 mm)WIDTH18.0" (457.2 mm)Length21.25" (539.8 mm)Air Tank Cap

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Definitions: Safety GuidelinesSave these instructionDANGER: Risk of explosion or fireWhat can happenHow to prevent it • It is normal for electrical con- • Always operate the comprestacts within the motor andsor in a well ventilated areapressure switch to of combustible materials,gasoline, or solvent vapors. • If electrical sparks fromcompressor come into contact with flammable vapors,they may ignite, causing fireor explosion.IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS ABOUTTHIS OR ANY

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English • Restricting any of thecompressor ventilationopenings will cause seriousoverheating and couldcause fire. • Unattended operation ofthis product could result inpersonal injury or propertydamage. To reduce the riskof fire, do not allow thecompressor to operate unattended. • Never place objects against oron top of compressor. • Operate compressor inan open area at least 12"(30.5 cm) away from anywall or obstruction that wouldrestrict the flow of fresh air tothe ventilation opening

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• Modifications or attemptedrepairs to the air tank.WARNING: RISK of BurstingAir Tank: On February 26, 2002, the U.S. Consumer ProductSafety Commission published Release # 02-108 concerning aircompressor tank safety:Air compressor receiver tanks do not have an infinite life. Tank lifeis dependent upon several factors, some of which include operating conditions, ambient conditions, proper installations, field modifications, and the level of maintenance. The exact effect of thesefactors on air

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EnglishTIres: • Over inflation of tires couldresult in serious injury andproperty damage. • Repairs attempted byunqualified personnel canresult in serious injury ordeath by electrocution. • Use a tire pressure gauge tocheck the tires pressure beforeeach use and while inflatingtires; see the tire sidewall forthe correct tire pressure.NOTE: Air tanks, compressorsand similar equipment used toinflate tires can fill small tiresvery rapidly. Adjust pressureregulator on air supply to nomore than

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WARNING: Risk from Moving PartsWhat can happenHow to prevent it • Moving parts such as the • Never operate the compressorpulley, flywheel, and belt canwith guards or covers whichcause serious injury if theyare damaged or removed.come into contact with you or • Keep your hair, clothing, andyour clothing.gloves away from moving parts.Loose clothes, jewelry, or longhair can be caught in movingparts. • Air vents may cover movingparts and should be avoided aswell. • Any repairs required on

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EnglishWARNING: Risk of FALLINGWhat can happenHow to prevent it • Always operate compressor in a • A portable compressorstable secure position to preventcan fall from a table,accidental movement of the unit.workbench, or roof causingNever operate compressor on adamage to the compressorroof or other elevated position.and could result in seriousUse additional air hose to reachinjury or death to thehigh locations.operator.WARNING: Risk of Unsafe OperationWhat can happenHow to prevent it• Unsa

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SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONSFOR FUTURE USEFeatures (Fig. 1)Tank Pressure GaugeThe tank pressure gauge (B) indicates the reserve air pressure inthe tank.RegulatorThe regulator (D) controls the air pressure shown on the regulatedpressure gauge. Pull the knob out and turn clockwise to increasepressure and counterclockwise to decrease pressure. When thedesired pressure is reached push knob in to lock in place. DRAIN TANK DAI LYUniversal Quick Connect BodYThe universal quick connect body (E) accepts the t

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EnglishAIR INTAKE FILTERThe filter (J) is designed to clean air entering the pump. To ensurethe pump continually receives a clean, cool, and dry air supply thefilter must always be clean and the filter intake must be free fromobstructions.Grounding InstructionsWarning: Risk of Electrical Shock. In the event of a shortcircuit, grounding reduces the risk of shock by providing an escapewire for the electric current. This air compressor must be properlygrounded.The portable air compressor is equippe

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Extension Cordsnecessary to operate it from a 20 amp circuit. It is not necessaryto change the cord set.CompatibilityNOTE: Always use an air line filter to remove moisture and oil vaporwhen spraying paint.LocationPlace the air compressor in a clean, dry and well ventilated areaat least 12" (30.5 cm) away from the wall or other obstructions thatwill interfere with the flow of air. Keep the compressor away fromareas that have dirt and/or volatile fumes in the atmosphere. Theseimpurities may clog

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EnglishLiftingAlways use two people when lifting and lift fromthe recommended lift points (N). DO NOT liftby wheels or shroud.N 6. Pull the regulator knob (D) out and turn counterclockwise until fullyclosed. Ensure regulated pressure gauge reads 0 psi. Push knobin to lock in place. 7. Attach hose and accessories. NOTE: Always use a minimum3/8" (9.5 mm) or greater air hose rated at 300 psi.Warning: Risk of unsafe operation. Firmly grasp air hose in handwhen installing or disconnecting to prev

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Maintenance ChartProcedureDailyCheck safety valveSee tankwarninglabelXInspect air filterDrain air tankWeeklyXXCheck for unusual noise/vibrationXCheck for air leaksX1Clean compressor exteriorXRemove tank from serviceX21 - To check for air leaks apply a solution of soapy water around joints.While compressor is pumping to pressure and after pressure cuts out,look for air bubbles to form.2 - For more information, call 1-800-4-DeWALT (1-800-433-9258)MaintenanceThe following procedures must be follow

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EnglishDraining Air Tank (Fig. 1) 3. Remove filter cover (J) from base. 4. Remove element from filter base. 5. Place new element back in filterbase. Purchase replacement partsfrom your local dealer or authorizedjservice center. Always use identicalreplacement parts. 6. Snap filter cover to filter base.NOTICE: Risk of unsafe operation. Do not operate without air inletfilterWarning: Risk of unsafe operation. Risk from noise. Air tankscontain high pressure air. Keep face and other body parts away f

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Full One Year WarrantyGlossaryDeWalt heavy duty industrial tools are warranted for one year fromdate of purchase. We will repair, without charge, any defects dueto faulty materials or workmanship. For warranty repair information,call 1-800-4-DeWALT (1-800-433-9258). This warranty does notapply to accessories or damage caused where repairs have beenmade or attempted by others. This warranty gives you specific legalrights and you may have other rights which vary in certain states orprovinces.Latin

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EnglishTroubleshooting GuideThis section provides a list of the more frequently encountered malfunctions, their causes and corrective actions. The operator or maintenancepersonnel can perform some corrective actions, and others may require the assistance of a qualified DeWalt technician or your dealer.Problem CodeExcessive air tank pressure-safety valve pops off .......................................................................1, 2Air leaks . ................................................

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CodePOSSIBLE SOLUTIONDefective air tankAir tank must be replaced. Do not repair the leak.Warning: Risk of bursting. Do not drill into, weld or other­wise modify air tank or it will weaken. The air tank can rupture orexplode.5Leaking sealsContact a DeWALT factory service center or a DeWALT authorizedservice center.6Defective safety valveOperate safety valve manually by pulling on ring. If valve still leaks,it must be replaced.7Regulator is not adjusted correctly for accessorybeing usedIt is norm

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EnglishCodepossible causePOSSIBLE SOLUTION15Tank pressure exceeds pressure switch cut-inpressureMotor will start automatically when tank pressure drops below cutin pressure of pressure switch.16Extension cord is wrong length or gaugeCheck for proper gauge wire and cord length refer to the ExtensionCords under Installation.17Loose electrical connectionsCheck wiring connection inside pressure switch and terminal boxarea.18Possible defective motorContact a DeWALT factory service center or a DeWALT

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Compresseur d’air, modèle D55167 A. Interrupteur Auto(I)/Arrêt (O) B. Manomètre du réservoir d’air C. Manomètre régulé D. Régulateur E. Branchements rapides F. Clapet FIG. 1 G. Soupape de sûreté H. Soupape de purge duréservoir d’air (non montré) I. Rembobineur de cordon d’alimentation J. Filtre d’admission d’airBCEDIAjFiche technique de la pompe/du moteurTension : monophasé, 120VExigence minimale du circuit de dérivation : 15 AType de fusible : temporisationfMOD

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FrançaisDéfinitions : Lignes directrices enmatière de sécuritéLes définitions ci-dessous décrivent le niveau de gravité pourchaque symbole. Veuillez lire le mode d’emploi et porter uneattention particulière à ces symboles.DANGER : Indique une situation dangereuse imminente qui, sielle n’est pas évitée, causera la mort ou des blessures graves.AVERTISSEMENT : Indique une situation potentiellementdangereuse qui, si elle n’est pas évitée, pourrait se solder par undécès ou d