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Husky

Model L13HPD

Internet #202868804

3 Gal. Portable Electric Air Compressor with 9-Piece Accessory Kit and 25 ft. Coil Hose

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Husky 3 Gal. Compressor features a 1 HP induction motor with oil-lube operation. This air Compressor has a direct-drive pump for convenience and an oil sight glass that makes it easy to check the oil level for safe operation. The pump is equipped with a cast iron cylinder sleeve for long life and an aluminum head to dissipate heat.

  • 2.4 SCFM at 90 psi
  • 1 HP induction motor with oil-lube operation
  • Direct-drive pump has no belts or pulleys to replace for convenience
  • Single-hand operation for convenience
  • Quick connect helps you quickly change applications
  • Oil sight glass makes it easy to check the oil level at a glance for safety
  • Dedicated tank and tool regulator gauges for convenience
  • Colors may vary
  • 9-piece accessory kit includes blow gun, OSHA safety nozzle, blow gun adapter, 1/4 in. female quick connect, 1/4 in. male plug, 1/4 in. female plug, inflation needle, 6 in. dual tire chuck, and sealing tape

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How do you refill the tank when it is out of air?

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April 29, 2013
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flip the on switch, and it will refill the tank.
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April 29, 2013
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When the tank pressure drops below a set cutoff the compressor kicks in and runs until it builds back up a high point. This cycle repeats as you use the unit.
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April 28, 2013
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You need a backup compressor........
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April 15, 2013
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You only run it for max 30 minutes at one time. It is electric.
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April 1, 2013
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plug it in and turn it on.
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March 2, 2013
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Like all air compressors, the tank merely holds and stores the air that the actual compressor provides. The compressor senses the amount of air in the tank and turns on automatically when the air runs low; then turns off automatically when the tank is full.
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February 26, 2013
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It automatically switches on when the pressure drops.
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January 8, 2013
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You plug it in and then turn the compressor on. Fills automatically to 3 lbs and then shuts off.
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January 7, 2013
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It is an automatic no need to worry about refill
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December 17, 2012
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Plug compressor into electrical outlet and turn it on....bingo!
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Clemmons, NC, USA
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December 4, 2012
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Make sure the condensate valve under the tank is shut off, then start the compressor back up, and it will fill back up with air up to pressure. As you consume air with your various tools the compressor will automatically start back up again to bring the pressure back up. If you use tools with a large consumption of air this compressor may have a hard time keeping up may be to small for your application.
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October 5, 2012
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The manufacturer advised you would need to close the drain valve in the bottom, turn the unit on, and let it pump up & then it will shut off automatically.
If you have any further questions about the unit, please speak with the manufacturer's tech support directly at 800-543-6400.
Thanks for your inquiry.
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how often should oil be changed in air compressor model # 395-226

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May 23, 2013
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The book says change after the first ten hours and then every 100 hours. Uses SAE-30
non-detergent. Book says SAE-10 during extreme cold. If it gets that cold, I probably won't be out using the compressor ... Rob
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May 23, 2013
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Every 100 hours of operation or at least once every 12 months is a good rule of thumb.
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May 8, 2013
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The Owner's manual says every 100 hours of operation.
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April 29, 2013
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As long as you're using oil designated for use in an air compressor, there is no need to change out the oil. You only need to maintain the recommended level and that's it. This type of oil doesn't break down as oil made for vehicles does.
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April 29, 2013
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once a year should be fine depending on use, check color of oil through oil sight gauge.
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depends on how much you use it, but once a year should be fine.
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April 29, 2013
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The first time you get it and fill it up with oil, you change it out after the first 10 hours. After that, you change out the oil every 100 hours.
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April 29, 2013
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Depending on how much you use it , the oil at one point turns gray and should be changed
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April 28, 2013
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Every 22 hours...
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April 28, 2013
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It has an oil fill level window to see if your oil is low, but to change it, never have but will when it looks dirty.
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Very important question!, but first:
(1) Always check the oil level in the site glass on the compressor to see that it shows across the middle of the glass before use.
(2) If it is below that middle line carefully add the manufacturers recommended compressor oil to bring it back up to that point. Be very careful not to overfill.
(3) The time to change the oil is a function of the hours of use, and type
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Very important question!, but first:
(1) Always check the oil level in the site glass on the compressor to see that it shows across the middle of the glass before use.
(2) If it is below that middle line carefully add the manufacturers recommended compressor oil to bring it back up to that point. Be very careful not to overfill.
(3) The time to change the oil is a function of the hours of use, and type of duty. Again the Operators manual gives you guidelines for this. From my own experience using this compressor maybe 4/5 hours a week on relatively light duty I change it once a year. The longer the hours and harder the duty ratio the oil changes a little more frequently to assure a good life from the compressor.
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what air tools can you use with this compressor

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April 29, 2013
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brad nailer, crown stapler. cut off tool, air rachet, and some finish nailers.
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This compressor is for lightweight applications. I think you'll be happy with it in a small shop, for brad nailers and other tools that use small, quick burst of air. Anything that takes a lot of volume, like a sander would quickly deplete the tank and cause the compressor to run a lot and I doubt it could keep up.
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April 24, 2013
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The air tools I used were a nail gun, tire inflation, and an air ratchet. The compressor handled the operation of these tools just fine. The quick tank recovery helped keep up with the demand.
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April 1, 2013
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nail guns are probably the most appropriate (not framing or roofing) or an airbrush. Most tool require a lot more than the 2.4 SCFM @ 90 PSI that this delivers.
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March 2, 2013
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Finish nailers, brad nailers, staplers. NOT for impact wrenches or heavy duty spray guns.
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February 27, 2013
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I can only attest to the pneumatic nail guns I use. I don't use garage style air ratchets and such, so I can't offer an opinion on those, but for what I use it for, I have no issue with this unit powering any of them.
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All and every one, but you have to realize that it is a 3 gall tank with a 1 HP motor. Not ideal for heavy work.
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I only use it for nailing
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Get a bigger compressor... 3 gal will not do.............
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Guess you could use anything that can be hooked up that doesn't require too much air volumn.
I bought it to use around the house, tires and work bench. Suggest you check with HomeDepot.com/Husky and Huskyaircompress on Bing or Google for more info. Rob
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With quick disconnects on the compressor hose, and tools as follow:
(1) Tire inflation ( and other inflation needs )
(2) Blow off gun ( with a small oil/water filter attached for sensitive electrical/electronic stuff )
(3) Nail gun
(4) Nut Runner ( for wheel nuts and other nut/bolt applications )
(5) Paint Sprayer ( not Air Brushing )
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The MOST IMPORTANT detail: What is the CFM?

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May 8, 2013
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Cubic Feet Per Minute
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cubic feet per minute
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The very first line of the product description states "2.4 SCFM at 90 psi".
This is a lightweight compressor. If you plan to run tools that take significant volume, I think you should look for something with a larger tank.
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April 15, 2013
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It's adjustable, but goes up to 90 SCFM.
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April 1, 2013
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2.4 scfm @ 90 psi
3.7 scfm @ 40 PSI
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March 2, 2013
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2.4 SCFM
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3.6 CFM at 40 and 2.4 cfm at 90
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CFM is in the specifications..........
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The specs say 2.4 @ 90 PSI. Might check @ Huskyaircompressor on Bing or Google for more.
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The amount of Cubic feet of air produced at the outlet of the compressor/per minite, at the rated pressure Psi ( pounds per square inch)
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2.4 CFM @90 psi
3.7 CFM @40 psi
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Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 103 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by So far I like it - and the oil level windows has been fixed! I was able to get this for $85 making it an awesome value. Added two more years to the 2-year warranty for $12. For those having the issue with the oil level window failing, mine has an upgraded metal unit with a clear window in the center. I think they saw the error of their ways. Time will tell on this. I have a large Campbell Hausfeld compressor, but needed something portable at times. This takes up less space than a pancake unit. June 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by worked awesome I used this daily doing Profesional wood working with 2 -3 guys running off of it for 6 years. never leaked oil til the day it died. still pumps, but slowly and starts to smoke. no complaints though. it has had a good hard life. I am going to look for another one if I can get it. August 27, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Waste Of Money! I wasted my money! I thought this would be a good compressor for my garage for filling tires, blowing saw dust, and for using with small air tools. First of all it's as noisy as an oil less compressor. It has a very small capacity and has to run continuously while using it. It won't keep up suitable pressure. It leaks oil. I let it sit in my garage too long for Home Depot to take it back. I wanted to get rid of this compressor so badly I sold it to a guy I don't like for 25 bucks! July 15, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Husky Model #395226 Leaks Oil This Compressor runs great and looks great - but - this compressor leaks oil at the oil sump end cap continuously and makes a mess. 90 Warranty Home Depot will not take it back. July 12, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not a Good Product I bought this compressor and brought it home and it didn't work out of the box. I returned it, and exchanged it for another one. I used it 4 times in my house, just with a simple brad nail gun and it stopped working. Of course its past its time to return it. Its a piece of junk. Do not buy this compressor. The Husky brand is garbage. July 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Ideal for my application.Portable, light weight. This compressor has made doing work much easier, not noisy. June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Deal for the $$$ The item is very useful for small jobs around the house and for the auto. Very comparable with other brands. Was replacing a older and smaller unit that needed service. At the price it was acquired it was a no brainier!! What makes this a slam dunk is that it comes with many accessories that the others don't, AND tthe item was on clearance"!!! $uper June 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Little Compressor This is a great little air compressor, quiet, light weight with all the connections you need to get started. Does good job on the air nailer. June 28, 2016
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