|Air Inlet Size (in.)||1/4 in||Drive Size (in.)||1/2|
|Product Depth (in.)||7.25 in||Product Height (in.)||8.38 in|
|Product Length (in.)||7.25 in||Product Width (in.)||2.41 in|
|Air consumption at recommended operating pressure (CFM)||4||Air Tool Type||Impact Wrench|
|Compressor/Air Tool Features||No Additional Features||Hose Included||No|
|Housing Material||Aluminum||Impacts Per Minute||550|
|Included||No additional components or accessories are included||Maximum Speed (RPM)||7500 RPM|
|Maximum Torque (ft.-lb.)||300||Project Type||Bolting|
|Recommended operating pressure (psi)||90||Returnable||90-Day|
|Tool Weight (lb.)||4.77 lb||Tools Product Type||Power Tool|
|Variable power settings||3|
|Manufacturer Warranty||2 Years|
A: Mike buy some Master Blaster ATC. Spray it in the air inlet and run through the tool. Do this a couple times then let sit overnight. This will clean the rotor and cylinder as well as remove the water from the rotor blades. This generally works and the Master Blaster ATC is like $7 a can.
A: Not clear on you question but the air hose connects to the air inlet at the bottom of the handle. The owners manual has a clear diagram of the set-up
A: It’s threaded for you to put an adapter to fit any type of air line you might need to use. So you will need to look at buying a adapter and fitting tape to seal the fitting.
A: Please call 800-327-9403 and ask for Vicki. She can help you find the nearest service center.
A: You could try clicking through the power settings and flipping the forward/reverse switch a few times, but it sounds as if something's seized up and that you may be better off bringing it back to the store for a replacement. Make sure to oil through the air line before operation!
A: Dear ACC, Make sure that the forward/reverse button is fully seated in the position you select. Try connecting and disconnecting the air hose a couple of times then trigger it. Also be sure that your compressor is delivering enough pressure to make the tool operate. If your problem continues take the tool back to your Home Depot and request a test or replacement. Those folks are good about making it right. Sincerely, hamrdul
A: spin the drive by hand, if still nothing then increase air pressure, if still nothing, return it.
A: I bought a Campbell Hausfeld gun very similar to this one,these lower priced units(i paid 30 dollars for mine) usually need to be preped before first use,one needs to remove the allen wrench oil plug and pour 1oz of sae 30 motor oil in the hammer chamber put the plug back in,hook the air and run the gun for a minute or two while shaking front to rear to mix the oil,unplug air and oil plug remove excess oil replug and the gun should be ready for its first use,these units crave air so use a 3/8 air hose and 3/8 automotive type plugs not the1/4 those will starve the gun,mine works real well with only the 8 gallon huskey compressor,so should this gun also.
A: Please call to discuss 800-327-9403 ext. 5220