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Model # OF50150TS

Internet # 202078695

Store SKU # 441037

Tri-Stack 5 Gal. Portable Electric Steel Orange Air Compressor

$299.00 /each
  • MobilAir removable tank design
  • 150 PSI maximum pressure
  • 2 independent regulators control air pressure on both tanks

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Product Overview

The RIDGID Tri-Stack 5 Gal. Portable Electric Steel Orange Air Compressor can be configured a variety of ways and has the versatility of 5 tools in 1. All tanks together provide maximum power, while tanks separated from the compressor are ideal for tire inflation or use at a distance with longer lengths of tubing. This compressor can even be set up for multiple tools with separate pressure requirements. The oil-free pump delivers reliable performance with less maintenance than traditional air compressors. Backed by the industry leading 3-year warranty.

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  • Powerful induction motor for maximum power, durability and quick starts
  • 150 psi maximum pressure
  • Innovative removable tank design allows compressor to be configured for a wide range of tools, applications and environments
  • Compressor and independently regulated tanks separate for easy carrying and versatile, simultaneous uses
  • 1/4 turn tank drain, valve on each tank turns quickly and easily for convenient tank maintenance
  • Oil-free, low-maintenance pump
  • UL listed for safety and reliability
  • 2 independent regulators control air pressure on both tanks for maximum utility
  • Well balanced and equipped with a handle for portability to and from the work site
  • 3 universal (air outlet) quick couplers accept 1/4 in. industrial and automotive plugs with easy single-hand connection
  • Includes the compressor only, air tools and accessories sold separately
  • 4.9 SCFM at 90 psi
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
22.8 
Product Height (in.) 
19.5 
Product Width (in.) 
15 

Details

Air Delivery SCFM @ 40PSI 
4.9 
Air Delivery SCFM @ 90PSI 
4.9 
Amperage (amps) 
14.5 
Application Use 
Brad Nailing/Stapling,Finish Nailing,Framing Nailing 
Compressor Tank Capacity (Gallons) 
Compressor Type 
Trim 
Compressor/Air Tool Features 
Handle,Oil Free Compressor,Tank Pressure Gauge 
Decibel Rating (Outdoor) 
Not Measured 
Horsepower (hp) 
Included 
No additional components or accessories are included 
Lubrication Type 
Oil Free 
Maximum Pressure (psi) 
150 
Portable 
Yes 
Power Source 
Electric 
Product Weight (lb.) 
77 lb 
Reconditioned 
No 
Returnable 
30-Day 
Stage Count 
Single Stage 
Tank Material 
Steel 
Tank Style 
Tri-Stack 
Tools Product Type 
Air Compressor 
Voltage (volts) 
120 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed 
Manufacturer Warranty 
3 Year Limited Warranty 

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I have a problem with this compressor tripping the reset button all the time!whats the deal?

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Dug
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April 23, 2013
Seems like you may use a min. Amount of air and it wants to replace it right away but when it goes to start it sounds like it is under a load and will trip the reset, is this a warranty issue? I am thinking so!
Any ideas, thanks
Doug
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Crescent City, Ca
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February 2, 2016
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I appreciate all of the great answers. Mine was on a 15 amp breaker at first, so I plugged it in to a 20 amp dedicated breaker. Bought it in May of 2013, and problem came up after about 1 1/2 years. I can't find the receipt to return for warranty, so what next?
When pressure is building up, and all three tanks are connected, breaker pops, and air bleeds out of the switch housing. Every single time.
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I appreciate all of the great answers. Mine was on a 15 amp breaker at first, so I plugged it in to a 20 amp dedicated breaker. Bought it in May of 2013, and problem came up after about 1 1/2 years. I can't find the receipt to return for warranty, so what next?
When pressure is building up, and all three tanks are connected, breaker pops, and air bleeds out of the switch housing. Every single time.
On the web site, there are quite a number of unhappy people with the same problem
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January 26, 2016
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its the start capacitor even it reads good, marginal it alows to much air to relise. Good capacitor alows only five PSI bad 25 or more PSI trust me
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Elmira, NY
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I realize this is an older question, but others may have the same issue, so I thought I'd try to answer to help some...
There are two likely issues at hand here..
One being under-powered, be it a 15 amp outlet, especially if it's running at marginal capacity due to other appliances using the circuit or possible poor connections, bad breaker connection etc.., or caused by an undersized extension cord or Read More
I realize this is an older question, but others may have the same issue, so I thought I'd try to answer to help some...
There are two likely issues at hand here..
One being under-powered, be it a 15 amp outlet, especially if it's running at marginal capacity due to other appliances using the circuit or possible poor connections, bad breaker connection etc.., or caused by an undersized extension cord or an extension cord that is too long of a run for it's size.
The other probability is the unloader valve (spring check valve mentioned in another reply), is hanging up. I do not have this unit yet, but if this is beyond the warranty period, it can either be pulled apart (most unloader valves I've seen can be pulled apart) and cleaned, or they can be replaced via Ridgid's parts department or I assume one of the several on line suppliers for tools and appliances.
IF the power supply isn't the problem, and it is still under warranty, then I would suggest returning it to either Home Depot (think they have a 90 day return policy on items such as this) or return it to one of the service centers at Ridgid.
I hope this helps some. Read Less
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Nashville Tn
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April 19, 2015
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Return it if you can. Its a common issue that doesn't seem to have a real fix.
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February 7, 2015
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Check the wiring connections in the compressor and in the outlet you are using and the breakers in the electrical panel. Any loose connections can cause this, just as a faulty motor can.
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March 7, 2014
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Mine did the same thing. Took it in home depot twice. Nothing wrong the first time and the second time they said it was the check valve spring. Had to buy a new compressor, still waiting on parts.
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Southern Indiana
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November 15, 2013
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I suggest you contact Ridgid customer care directly. Going by the date of your question, you will be out of luck going through Home Depot. Hope this helps.
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August 17, 2013
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If your voltage is low (as it often will be be for various reasons such as low supply from utility, or undersized extension cord) the amp draw will increase, and exceed specification for unit.
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Florida
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May 31, 2013
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First thing to come to mind is whether you have adequate power supply? This will happen if you're using a 15 amp machine on a 15 amp circuit or inadequateely rated extension cord.
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May 28, 2013
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Probably on a 15 amp breaker. This unit needs at least 20 amps to work properly
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Canton, Ohio
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April 24, 2013
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Are you plugged into a 20-amp outlet? I had a similar problem with my Tri-stack compressor, and realized that whenever that problem occurred, I was plugged in to a 15-amp outlet (it seems like a lot of the older homes that I work on have 15-amp circuit breakers on the outside receptacles for some reason). Also, if you are trying to run off of an inadequate extension cord, that would produce a similar Read More
Are you plugged into a 20-amp outlet? I had a similar problem with my Tri-stack compressor, and realized that whenever that problem occurred, I was plugged in to a 15-amp outlet (it seems like a lot of the older homes that I work on have 15-amp circuit breakers on the outside receptacles for some reason). Also, if you are trying to run off of an inadequate extension cord, that would produce a similar result no matter what the circuit is rated for. Read Less
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April 24, 2013
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The compressor draws lots of power... if it is tripping the reset switch, make sure it is getting enough power from the outlet you have it plugged into (or the extension cord has enough capacity for it). Try another outlet just to be safe. If your power connection is reliable, then it sounds like a warranty issue...
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Toms River Township, NJ, USA
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April 24, 2013
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Mine did that a couple of times when I first purchased it but it's working just fine now. Make sure you're not using extension cords that are too lightweight.
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How much does this unit weigh to be carried? Does it separate?

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Asked by
New Hampshire
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June 16, 2015
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It does separate into 2 parts. It's easy enough to separate...but I don't usually bother. The unit is heavy...but you can carry it. I wouldn't want to be hauling it around all the time. It's heavier than it looks. I think it probably should have wheels...would be more convenient and mobile.
When separated, it is easier to carry. It's just not simple enough to do quickly.
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Nashville Tn
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April 19, 2015
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Yes it separates and its quite heavy as a unit. I don't know the exact weight but I would guess 80 lbs.
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February 7, 2015
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77 lbs. The unit separates into different parts for different uses. Read the comments for more info; you can also download the manual.
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Maine
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December 9, 2014
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The compressor is 44 lbs, the tank is 32 lbs. Yes, the two parts separate and the tanks can be filled and then used without the compressor at all. Also, the compressor has a "mini-tank" onboard so you can also just use the compressor without the larger tanks. Either way!
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Fond du Lac, WI, USA
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August 22, 2014
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specs say 78 lbs,yes it does separate
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July 22, 2014
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The unit weighs 80 lbs and splits into two separate units of 40 lbs each for carrying. Also the compressor can be put in one area with the tanks being in another. As it is an oil less unit it's a bit noisy so if the compressor could be in an outbuilding (I use a five sided box) with the tanks closer life can be a bit quieter.
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Red Deer Alberta
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July 13, 2014
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It's pretty heavy, around 77 pound's but can easily be seperated to make it much easier to carry around. The bottom section can be used as a portable air tank and the top as a seperate compressor.
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Woodbury, MN
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July 1, 2014
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Very easy to separate and manageable separated otherwise it us pretty heavy together
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NY
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April 20, 2014
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weighs approx. 77 lbs. split apart top is about 45 lbs , bottom about 32 lbs. Separates easily, if you separate it & carry each unit, one in each hand, very easy to maneuver around in & out of truck
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Frankfort, KY
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April 3, 2014
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It weighs a tad over 80 lbs, but it does separate and makes it much easier to pack around. So far it has been an excellent purchase. You can separate the head and the lower tanks and use each unit in different areas at the same time. Works for me.
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March 25, 2014
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The RIDGID Tri-stack model compressor #OF50150TS weighs in at 77.4 lbs. It has a detachable compressor tank.
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Any word on a recall for this compressor? So many problems with tripping breakers and motor failures.

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December 1, 2012
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April 19, 2015
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Return it if you can.
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Quebec, Canada
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November 22, 2013
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It is well written in the manual, the compressor should be plug directly in the wall. In Canada, we don't have 20 amp outlet in normal house. But for me my unit is running ok on 15 amp circuit. I'm lucky. You should not load your circuit for more then 80% . SO not more then 12 amp. It will run best at 20 amp, but why put a 15 amp cord on it !?
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Quebec, Canada
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November 21, 2013
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For mine, it's seem to have the problem with on/off switch. It building pressure inside and it need to bleed a little for starting. When it try to rebuild it's pressure, the breaker trip, I read more the 50 amp before the breaker triped. I'll let know when it comeback from the service center
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This compressor is Amp hungry. If you do not connect this directly through at least a 15 Amp circuit with nothing else drawing on it you will be fine. This is not a compressor to run off a small gauge extension cord. Right on the side of the compressor it states it draws 14.5 Amps. Motor failure I would say is due to not matching extension cords to the demands of this unit. Same goes for the circuit it Read More
This compressor is Amp hungry. If you do not connect this directly through at least a 15 Amp circuit with nothing else drawing on it you will be fine. This is not a compressor to run off a small gauge extension cord. Right on the side of the compressor it states it draws 14.5 Amps. Motor failure I would say is due to not matching extension cords to the demands of this unit. Same goes for the circuit it is drawing power from. Knowing all this I make sure my power source is grounded, and has enough Amps for the load. Read Less
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May 28, 2013
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This unit needs at least 20 amp breaker to operate correctly. I used mine at a locations
Where only 15 amp service was available and the breaker tripped continually as we'll as having to reset the compressor. Try more amps
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Goodrich, MI, USA
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March 21, 2013
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The problem with this unit typically has been the electrical circuit being under amperage. I recommend using it on a 20 amp minimum circuit. I had the same problem with it when trying it on a 15 amp circuit.
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No, there is no recalls affecting model OF50150TS, or issues associated with that model that would warrant a recall.
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Las Vegas, NV, USA
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I think most of it can be blamed on using undersized extension cords. Once accidentally I used a 16ga cord and motor did not start. You need 12ga minimum and it will run like a dream.
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How many CFM at 90 PSI does this compressor supply.

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July 6, 2012
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Fond du Lac, WI, USA
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August 22, 2014
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4.9 scfm at 90 psi
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The docu is 4.9 cfm at 90 lbs. It's handled my limited number of pneumatics well.
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Illinois, USA
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4.9 CFM at 90psi, plenty to run a couple of framing nailers.
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4.9 @90SCFM
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Documentation says 4.9 cfm @ 90 psi
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The listing states 4.9 SCFM @ 90PSI
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4.9 cfm
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4.9 SCFM @ 90 psi.
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Rated 3.1 out of 5 by 187 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Biggest Donation Made To Home Depot Bought this compressor along with 2 Rigid Roofing Nailers & 2-100' air hoses. Might have had 8 hours on the motor. It won't load more than 50 psi in the tanks and stays on. No leaks anywhere. Went back to my local Home Depot store and was given the run around about the warranty only covers certain things to drop it off along with $19.99 deposit and they would look at it. Long story short. I went to Lowe's and bought a Dewalt compressor to finish the roof. My biggest mistake was switching to Rigid from Dewalt and went back. Oh well we live and learn. July 10, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by less than happy The overall design was the selling point. Only a few months and probably 50 hours of run time total and the compressor only generates 125 pressure. No big deal right? wrong. Compressor won't shut off by itself and 2-3 weeks to have it repaired. Now I have to buy a replacement while this one gets warranty work done. I could have bought 3 throw away compressors that lasted 100 times longer than this. July 8, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by very poor quality I used this product about five times before the thing broke and ruined the reed valves. I had to fix it my self with parts from the internet but did not fix the actual problem which had caused the reed valves to break in the first place. So I had to take the motor and piston and combine it with a different tank and pressure switch which works 100 times better than the original with all my added upgraded capabilities. Now it is the best compressor ever and I will not trade it for anything. June 17, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Very excellent boat anchor I have had this compressor for 2 years and there is a problem with the switch turning off. I am on my 3rd switch which supposedly solved the problem. Now the tanks will not fill up so there must be a leak somewhere even though you can't find it with the motor off. I'm out the cost of I expected to be a good compressor and 3 trips to the repair shop which almost exceeds the cost of the compressor. This compressor was lightly used and never abused. I'm not going to waste any more money on it and use it as a boat anchor. April 27, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not so portable... Too heavy and bulky for portable use. I returned it and bought one that was easier to handle with similar features. May 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Very good buy!! I purchased this unit last fall to replace a rigid gas powered wheelbarrow compressor. As a contractor, I rely on my compressor to be up to snuff. So far, this has been a very good purchase. It has done everything I've asked it to do, from airing up tires to removing sawdust, to powering nail guns. On a cold Wisconsin November day, I was called in to assist on a roofing project. Two other compressors on site were failing. We Plugged in The Rigid to the exterior outlet, and ran 2 roofing nail guns for 10 hours, with no problem. More recently, this past weekend I used this compressor on another roofing project. This time I separated the compressor. The tanks were up on the roof, with the head inside the garage. In both of these roofing jobs, the Rigid worked fine. April 10, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Was a great toy until failed I purchased this compressor in 2013. Has been running like a champ from an outlet and from my extension cord until recently. I needed it where electricity was only available from a generator. Plugged it in to the generators (4k running) 20A outlet and it was just humming also choking my generator. Later home when it didn't work from an outlet either I started troubleshooting. Found the starting capacitor blown out. Weeks later when I replaced the capacitor it is now acting up from its dedicated outlet too. Won't start up under pressure and takes multiple tries to get it running. It is pretty much worthless at this point. Seems like something the manufacturer should consider for recall after all these similar complaints. March 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Hunk of garbage! This thing is garbage. Worked or week or two. Check valve broke and compressor would only fill tank once. When air was used and pressure was lost it would not turn it's self back on. Can not find parts for this and when I ordered a aftermarket one it wasn't a exact fit and I broke another piece on the thing trying to make it fit. NEVER again will I buy rigid. STICK WITH DEWALT!!! April 17, 2016
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