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Husky

Model HY120

Internet #202871788

Store SKU #365164

120-Volt Inflator

$29.98 /each
  • Equipped with glow-in-the-dark pressure gauge for easy viewing
  • Mattress nozzle, sports needle and presta valve adapter included
  • Equipped with quiet, powerful direct-drive motor

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The Husky 120-Volt Inflator inflates vehicle tires, bicycle tires, air mattresses and sports equipment. Direct-drive motor is powerful, quiet and fast. The inflator features an analog pressure gauge that glows in the dark for easy viewing.

  • Inflates vehicle tires, bicycle tires, air mattresses and sports equipment
  • Glow-in-the-dark analog pressure gauge, max pressure 130 PSI
  • Direct-drive motor is powerful, quiet and fast
  • Plugs into a standard 120-Volt outlet
  • Includes mattress nozzle, sports needle and presta valve adaptor
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How do I get a replacement Replacement Hose?

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Muskego, Wi
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December 7, 2013
How can I go about getting a replacement hose for this inflator. Mine is about 18 months old and it leaks.
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Marshfield WI
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August 16, 2016
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The guy that says it is an easy fix is so correct. If yours broke where mine did at the metal over the hose shimmy that metal piece off. It is not a 2 second job but all you need after that is a small hose clamp and voila it is fixed. hose clamp maybe a dollar I used a strong zip strip to try and it works again. Thanks so much Goldfinger I am a diy woman and believe you should fix all you can before Read More
The guy that says it is an easy fix is so correct. If yours broke where mine did at the metal over the hose shimmy that metal piece off. It is not a 2 second job but all you need after that is a small hose clamp and voila it is fixed. hose clamp maybe a dollar I used a strong zip strip to try and it works again. Thanks so much Goldfinger I am a diy woman and believe you should fix all you can before buying new. Read Less
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May 28, 2016
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I found an old hand pump bicycle pump at a Flea market for $5.00 it's hose with cap was in good shape, I cut the hose off the hand pump and placed it on the end nozzle of the M-365 164 120 VAC inflator and so far it works.
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May 26, 2016
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Huskytools.com states it cost more to repair and replace the hose than the cost of a new unit.
You must make a new hose yourself or buy another M-365 164.
Consider this model a disposable.
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May 24, 2016
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how do i get a replacement hose?
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November 30, 2015
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When this happens buy a new one, swap with the failed one, and return. It works as long as it is the same product. problem solved.
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October 24, 2015
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This just happened to me. The black metal is very thin, just peal it off with a pliers. Pull the remaining piece of rubber off. Make a new clean cut with what is left and slide it back on. Then put a hose clamp on and tighten it up. Done, at most it will take 10 minutes
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October 10, 2015
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I called Husky after my second inflator failed. The lady on the phone told me she had NEVER heard of this problem! I can't believe that!
She said that there is no way to change-out the inflator hose, that I'd just have to buy an entirely new unit.
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September 2, 2015
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The hose is just a rubber type hose with factory fittings on each end. Simply cut off the fitting where the hose is leaking and clamp hose back onto barbed fitting. This is what I did being careful not to cut the barbed fitting I used a dremel and cut off wheel. I carefully cut the black fitting in two pieces and using a pair of plyers pulled the hose off. I cut the hose 1 inch back from where it was Read More
The hose is just a rubber type hose with factory fittings on each end. Simply cut off the fitting where the hose is leaking and clamp hose back onto barbed fitting. This is what I did being careful not to cut the barbed fitting I used a dremel and cut off wheel. I carefully cut the black fitting in two pieces and using a pair of plyers pulled the hose off. I cut the hose 1 inch back from where it was leaking and reattached hose with a s/s hose clamp and then taped the clamp to protect my fingers when using. I then topped off, 7 boat and vehicles tires, taking care not to overheat the hose in the first place which usually is what happens to these small pumps. Don't throw the pump away just because a rubber hose is leaking. It's a 2 dollar fix.
Thanks, Mark Read Less
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Middlesex New Jersey
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May 22, 2015
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I think for the price it might be easier to just buy a new one. I'm not sure if they even sell this part. You would have to call Husky and ask them.
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February 1, 2015
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Try this in the following order:
1) Exchange it at Home Depot. (don't take no for an answer. Your a good customer & they have lots of these)
2) Try Harbor freight to find hose
3) Try amazon
4) Try any air compressor store or auto parts store
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SW Florida
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January 22, 2015
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I would go to a hardware store that deals with compressed air hoses. They could fabricate a hose for you. Just bring in the end of the inflator that attaches to tire and the inflator itself so they can compress the correct compression fitting on to the outlet end of the inflator.
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Hooksett NH
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January 3, 2015
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it has a 2 year warranty take it back and they will fix it if it was workmanship that caused it to fail.
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First check with Home Depot,second check with the company who made the item.
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December 9, 2013
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Unfortunately, this item is not available for replacement parts through The Home Depot. However, it may be beneficial to reach out to the manufacturer of the product. The manufacturer is Husky and their Customer Service department can be reached at 1-877-527-0313 and select "Option 4." For more information, please visit your nearest Home Depot store Read More
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Unfortunately, this item is not available for replacement parts through The Home Depot. However, it may be beneficial to reach out to the manufacturer of the product. The manufacturer is Husky and their Customer Service department can be reached at 1-877-527-0313 and select "Option 4." For more information, please visit your nearest Home Depot store or call HomeDepot.com customer service at 1-800-430-3376. Read Less
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Is air hose included

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yes
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Yes, it is included. BUT BE VERY CAREFUL about how you handle the air hose. The air hose connection to the compressor needs to be handled carefully, because it is easily damaged in it isn't respected.
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yes, but it is very short
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Yes
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February 1, 2016
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No, this product does not come with a hose.
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January 23, 2016
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Yes it is.
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Inflating RV tires

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I have tried several pumps that die when trying to put 100 psi in an RV tire even though recommended for 150 psi. Will this do the job?
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It can even inflate a Car or Truck tire given enough time but it gets very hot and it is slow.
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it has enough power to inflate but is slow
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I purchased this pump after reading the max pressure of 130#. Couple good reviews and a couple not so good reviews. This pump works excellent for smaller objects up to car tires but not for RV tires with 120#. Got up to 110# and waited and waited and waited. Finally turned off and gave up.
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October 21, 2015
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Sorry to say you need a pancake air pump. This 120 Volt pump only good for small items like (footballs ,Basketball, Bike tires, etc.) You can inflate regular car tire under 50 psi over this number will not inflate.
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It has been my experience that this inflator will perform well up to/around 150 PSI. Using my old HUSKY inflator, I have filled similar tires, often.
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I haven't used it to put 100 PSI in a tire, but many times have put 70 - 80 PSI in tires. It still works just fine and never hesitates when I do it. I feel going to 100 PSI with this unit will not be a problem. Hope this helps.
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can this be charged indoors and then unplug it and use it outside to inflate my car tires?

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Bremen Ga
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No.
There is no storage area for a battery or air in a tank.
It can be used indoors but only if you watch out for the heat that is raised by the compressor.
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No. There is no battery inside the unit to charge. You will have to plug the inflator into a wall outlet.
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No, you need to plug it in to wall.
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Unfortunately not. It only works off electric. You could buy an adapter for your car and plug it into that and then use it. That's what I do. Hope this helps.
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No, there are no batteries included with this unit. You'll need to purchase an extension cord.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 314 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Little guy is perfect for the small jobs This little guy worked as expected. I needed a compressor to fill car tires, bike tires, and the occasional basketball / ball. This does the job and is a good value for what I needed. I used it to inflate my riding lawn mower tires. August 23, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Great pump if you need to pump less than 80 psi I first was thrilled with the pump, it does a great job up to about 80 psi. It says its max is 130 but it struggles to get above 100 (this is on a bicycle tire so not a lot of air volume). The problem is when it gets hot it seems the seal holding the air in the pump gets loose so you can get up to 120psi or so if you're patient. if you pump the tire to 90psi, then wait for the pump to cool, then try again 15 minutes or so later you can actually get the psi up to 120. Bad design that it can't inflate 1 bike tire without a 15 minute break! August 3, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Pretty Only downside wish it had a longer cable, other than that it's a solid, rugged product. August 12, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not worth $5 After just three years of use, the air hose ruptured. No idea where the receipt is. Oh, and wouldn't you know it there is only a two year warranty! For an item like this, there should be a five to seven year warranty. Who uses an item like this but maybe five times a year??!!! We don't bike. Even if we did, you usually fill the air inside not outside...Cord is too short; air hose is too short. Not worth the purchase. July 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by perfect for lawn and sports This works great for my yard mower, not yet tried it on my auto or truck. Works better than the compressor in the shed. Fast and efficient. A good pump to invest in. August 4, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Husky 120v Inflator I've had four of these in 2 years. The last one lasted for a whole 3 uses. Hose always breaks, and you cannot just buy the hose, which is strange, because is unscrews. That part is pretty well made. August 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Tire pump I have the electric version works very well to blowup tires on my vehicle in a very short time. Ultraportable. You need an Extension cord though. July 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by works fine it was real cheep ,dont mind throwaway mentality, getting used 2 it July 26, 2016
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