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I ( O Stationary Air Compressor Manual For Kobalt Models K7060HFV K7580V2 K7060V For questions concerning this air compressor , please call : 1 - 866 - 242 - 4298 . Rev . 0305 Printed In USA
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PAGE 1 Safety Guidelines - Definitions Before Using the Air Compressor 2 When Installing or Moving the Compressor Before Each Use 3 Follow Safety Precautions for Electrical Connection Plan Ahead to Protect Your Eyes , Hands , Face & Ears When Operating 4 Spraying Precautions Perform These Maintenance Operations 5 Warning Labels Glossary 6 Wiring Starting the Compressor 7 - 8 Troubleshooting 9 - 13 Parts 14 Warranty Statement
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Safety is a combination of common sense , staying alert and knowing how your compressor works . Read this manual to understand this compressor . means if safety information is not followed someone will be seriously injured or killed A means if safety information is not followed someone could be seriously injured or killed means if safety information is not followed someone may be seriously injured or killed Save these instructions Improper operation or maintenance of this product could result in serious injury and property damage . Read and understand all warnings and operation instructions before using this compressor . Before using the air compressor Things you should know Inspect your work area Air compressors are utilized in a variety of air 1 . Keep work area clean . system applications . Because air compressors 2 . Cluttered areas and benches invite accidents . and other components ( hoses , connectors , air tools , spray guns , etc . ) make up a high pressure Floors must not be slippery from wax or dust . pumping system , the following safety pre - cautions should be observed at all times . Inspect your compressor Only persons familiar with these rules of 1 . To reduce the risk of injury from accidental safe operation should use the air starting , turn switch off and disconnect the power before checking it . compressor . 1 . Read the instruction manual carefully before 2 . If any part is missing , bent or broken in any way , or any electrical part does not work prop - attempting to assemble , disassemble or operate your system . Be thoroughly familiar edy , keep the compressor off and disconnected . with the controls and the proper use of the 3 . Check hoses for weak or worn condition equipment . before each use , making certain all connections are secure . Do Not use if defect is found . 2 . Review and understand all safety instructions and operating procedures in this manual . A 3 . Review the maintenance methods for this Do not operate compressor if damaged during compressor ( See " Maintaining Your shipping , handling or use . Damage may result Compressor " section ) . in bursting and cause injury or property damage . D7 _ _ , I [ € - ] = 1 _ _ This compressor is Not designed for and should not be used in breathing air applications . Page 1
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When installing or moving the compressor 1 6 . A minimum clearance of 18 inches between the compressor and a wall is required This compressor is extremely top heavy . The because objects could obstruct airflow . compressor must be bolted to the floor with vibration pads before operating to prevent 7 . The compressor should be located where it can equipment damage , injury or death . Do Not be directly wired to a circuit breaker . The tighten bolts completely as this may compressor should be wired by a qualified cause stress to the tank welds . electdcian . To reduce the risk of a dangerous 8 . Never store flammable liquids or gases in environment the vicinity of an operating compressor . 1 . Keep work area well lit . g . Do Not locate the compressor air inlet near steam , paint spray , sandblasting areas or 2 . Operate compressor in a well - ventilated any other source of contamination . The area free from flammable liquids and vapors . debris could damage the motor and pump . 3 . Operate compressor in a ventilated area so that compressor may be propedy cooled and / k the surrounding air temperature will not be more than 100 ° F . Never use plastic ( PVC ) pipe for compressed air . Serious injury or death could result . 4 . Never use a compressor in a wet environment . o , ] p ' : _ lilI [ o ] / k 5 . Protect matedal lines and air lines from Never use the shipping skid for mounting the compressor . damage or puncture . Keep hose and wires away from sharp objects , chemical spills , oil , solvents and wet floors . This compressor is not intended for outdoor r = _ / = N _ _ 11 _ [ _ ik installation . Do Not secure compressor with toggle bolts into drywall . Drywall sheeting or plaster will not support the weight of the compressor . Never install a shut off valve between the compres - sor pump and tank . Personal injury and / or equipment damage could occur . Note : Tank Outlet Size : I / 2 " NPT for Models K7060V and K7060HFV 314 " NPT for Model K7580V2 Before each use Inspect your work area Inspect your compressor 1 . To reduce the risk of injury from accidental 1 . Keep work area clean . Cluttered areas and benches invite accidents . starting , turn the switch off and disconnect power . 2 . The floor must not be slippery from wax or dust 2 . If any part is missing , bent or broken in any way , or any electdcal part does not work properly , keep the compressor off and dis - connect power . Do Not use if defect is found . 3 . Check hoses for weak or worn condition before each use , making certain all connect - ions are secure . Do Not use if a defect is found . Page 2
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I Follow the safety precautions for electrical connections 1 . Follow all local electrical and safety codes , 3 . Protect wires from contact with sharp objects . as well as the National Electric Code ( NEC ) and the Occupational Safety and Health Act ( OSHA ) . 2 . Wiring and fuses should follow electrical All electrical connections should be made by codes , current capacity and be properly a qualified electrician . grounded . Plan ahead to protect your eyes , hands , face and ears Dress for safety 1 . Wear safety glasses ( meeting ANSI Z87 . 1 or in Canada CSA Z94 . 3 - 99 ) and use hearing protection when operating the unit . Everyday Be careful when touching the exterior of comp - ressor , pump , motor and air lines ; they may glasses are not safety glasses . become hot enough to cause injury . 2 . Wear shoes to prevent shock hazards . 3 . 13eback long hair . Never operate the compressor without a Pay attention to your hands beltguard . The compressor can start auto - matically without warning . Personal injury or property damage could occur from contact Keep fingers away from running compressor . with moving parts . Fast moving and hot parts may cause injury and / or bums . The compressor may be hot even if the unit is stopped . Use of a mask or respirator per chemical manufacturers ' instructions may be neces - sary if there is a chance of inhaling toxic fumes . Read mask and respirator instructions care - fully . Consult a safety expert if you are not sure about the use of certain masks or respirators . When operating 1 1 . Do not exceed the pressure rating of any component of the system . Never change the safety valve or pressure switch settings . Keep safety valve free from 2 . Release pressure within the system slowly paint and other accumulations . See compressor to prevent flying dust and debris . specification decal for maximum operating pressure . Do not operate with the pressure 3 . If the equipment starts to abnormally vibrate , switch set higher than the maximum operating STOP the compressor immediately and pressure . check for the cause . Page 3
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Spraying precautions 1 . Do Not spray in the vicinity of open flames or other places where a spark can cause Never point a spray gun at yourself or any ignition . Do Not smoke when spraying other person or animal . Accidental discharge paint , insecticides , or other flammable may result in serious injury . substances . Reduce the risk of dangerous environment Be informed about the materials you use . When spraying with solvents or toxic chemi - cals , follow the instructions provided by the chemical manufacturer . Consult a safety Extreme caution should be taken when expert if unsure about the use of masks or spraying flammable liquids as the spark from respirators . a motor or pressure switch may cause a fire or explosion . Ample ventilation must be . If the material you intend to spray contains provided . trichloreoethane and methylene chloride , do not use accessories that contain aluminum or A galvanized materials , as these chemicals can Spray in a well ventilated area to keep fumes react with galvanized components causing from collecting and causing serious injury and corrosion and weakening equipment . Use fire hazards . stainless steel accessories . I Perform these maintenance operations , 1 . Do regular maintenance ; keep all nuts , bolts , Drain tanks of moisture after each day's use . and screws tight , to be sure equipment is in If unit will not be used for awhile , it is best safe working condition . leave drain cock open until such time as it is to be used . This will allow moisture to 2 . Inspect tank yearly for rust , pin holes or any completely drain out and help prevent corrosion of inside of tank . other imperfections that could cause it to become unsafe . . Always disconnect from power source before working on or near a motor , or its connected NEVER attempt torepair or modify a tank ! load . If power disconnect point is out - of - Welding , drilling or any other modification will sight , secure it in the = OFF " position and tag it weaken the tank resulting in damage from to prevent unexpected application of power . rupture or explosion . Always replace worn , cracked or damaged tanks . 3 . Clean electrical equipment with an approved Disconnect power and depressurize system cleaning agent , such as a dry , non - flam - before servicing air compressor . Slightly open mable cleaning solvent . drain cock after shutting off compressor . Daily Monthly ( Make sure the main power is off ) . Check the belts Check oil level at sight glass . for tension . Belts should not move up and down when the compressor runs and when stopped , Drain moisture from tank . should not have more than ½ in of play when depressed . Be careful not to over tighten belts Verify the pressure switch unloader is during adjustment . working by listening for a brief hissing sound when the compressor shuts off . Remove and check air filter , replace if necessary . V _ sually check the compressor for loose parts , Change oil every 3 months or 300 hours . A excessive noise or vibration . compressor grade non - detergent oil should be used . ( 40 wt for K7060V / K7060HFV and 30wt for K758OV2 ) . Page 4
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Find and read all warning labels found on the air compressor . r7 ¸ i Pressure Switch Air Filter Porous element contained within a metal or Device which automatically controls the on / off plastic housing attached to the compressor cycling of the compressor . It stops the cylinder head which removes impurity from the compressor when the cut - off pressure in the tank is reached and starts the compressor intake air of the compressor . when the air pressure drops below the cut - in Air Tank pressure . PSI ( Pounds per Square Inch ) Cylindrical component which contains the compressed air . Measurement of the pressure exerted by the Check Valve force of air . The actual psi is measured by a pressure gauge on the compressor Device which prevents compressed air from Pump flowing back from the air tank to the compres - sor pump . Device which produces the compressed air Electric Motor with a reciprocating piston contained within a cylinder Device which provides the rotational force Safety Valve necessary to operate the compressor pump . Device which prevents air pressure in the air Pressure Gauge tank from rising over a predetermined limit . Device which shows the tank or regulated Thermal Overload Switch pressure of the compressed air . Device , integrated into the electric motor winding , which automatically = shuts ofT'the compressor if the temperature of the electric motor exceeds a predetermined limit . Page 5
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vlvl , , 1 : i _ II _ [ , e A ALL ELECTRICAL WIRING SHOULD BE DONE BY A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN Incoming power should General Information be connected to the Adequate wiring and motor protection posts marked ( line ) should be provided for all stationary compressors . Wiring used for other machinery should not be used . A Do Not Make qualified electrician familiar with local Connections On electrical codes in your area should be Prewired Posts ( Motor ) ! used . Grounding Screw To reduce the risk of electrical hazards , fire hazards or damage to the compressor , use proper circuit protection . Your compressor K7060V K7580V2 is wired at the factory for operation using K7060HFV the voltage shown . Connect the compressor Voltage 230V / 1 ph 230V / 1 ph to a power source with the correct breaker size . FLA 16 23 Breaker Size 30 amp 40 amp Electrical connections must be propedy grounded . Ground connections should be The motor is equipped with a manual , connected at the grounding screw . resetable ovedoad device to protect it from overheating . In the event the compressor will il ; lll I [ I ] _ , 4 , not run and power is properly connected and on , press the motor ovedoad reset button Overheating , short circuiting and fire damage located on the non drive end of the motor . will result from inadequate wiring . Prior to actually running the compressor , Operate the compressor for a few minutes check the following items : unloaded ( air system open ) then allow the compressor to pump up . Make sure the Crankcase oil - Make sure the sight glass electdcal pressure switch propedy switches shows ½ full or slightly above . off the compressor according to the setting desired . ( 135 psi for K7060V / K7060HFV Make sure all rags , tools , oil , etc . are away and 175 psi for K7580V2 ) from the unit . Open the air system to free it of any pressure . Make sure the pressure in the tank does not exceed its rating . Single stage comp - Switch the compressor on for a few ressors should operate at a maximum of revolutions to make sure the rotation is 135 psi and two stage compressors should correct . Correct rotation is clockwise operate at a maximum of 175 psi . If the when facing the sight glass on the pump . pressure gauge indicates a pressure that is higher than these maximum pressures , shut off compressor immediately and call 1 - 866 - 242 - 4298 . Page 6
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1 . Reduce air demand or use a compressor 1 . Compressor too small for Low discharge pressure with more air capacity . application 2 . Listen for air leaks . Apply a soap solution 2 . Air leaks to all fittings and connections . Bubbles will form at points of leakage . 13ghten or replace fittings or connections . 3 . Restricted intake air 3 . Clean or replace air filter . 4 . Blown gasket ( s ) 4 . Replace necessary gaskets . 5 . Remove head and inspect for broken or i . Broken or misaligned valves misaligned valves . Replace valves , if Install a new head gasketed eachtime headis remov Excessive noise 1 . 13ghten ddve pulley or flywheel bolt . 1 . Loose drive pulley or flywheel 2 . Low on oil 2 . Check for proper oil level . Low or dirty " knocking " oil may cause bearing damage . 3 . Replace connecting rod and / or connecting 3 . Worn connecting rod or rod beadngs . connecting rod beadng 4 . Replace check valve . 4 . Noisy check valve ' re Excessive oil carryover 1 . Replace with new piston dngs . 1 . Worn piston rings 2 . Restdcted intake air 2 . Clean or replace air filter . 3 . Drain oil to proper oil level . 3 . Too much oil in compressor 4 . Use a quality non - detergent 30 or 40wt 4 . Incorrect oil viscosity oil specified for each model ( Page 4 ) . Water in tank and / or 1 . Normal . Amount of water will 1 . Drain tank at least once per day . discharge line increase as humidity in the 2 . Add an inline filter to reduce moisture in air increases , in the air line . Will not run or motor 1 . Low voltage 1 . Check voltage with volt meter across both hums legs of incoming power . Check reset button on motor . 2 . Malfunctioning pressure switch 2 . Repair or replace pressure switch . 3 . Malfunctioning check valve 3 . Replace check valve or pressure switch . Breaker or reset 1 . Incorrect breaker size 1 . Make sure the breaker is sized properly . See page 6 in this manual . repeatedly trips 2 . Check voltage with volt meter across both 2 . Low voltage legs of incoming power . 3 . Replace motor . 3 . Malfunctioning motor 4 . Check all electdcal connections . 4 . Loose electdcal connections 5 . Malfunctioning pressure switch 5 . Adjust or replace pressure switch . 6 . Malfunctioning check valve 6 . Replace check valve . Tank does not hold 1 . Malfunctioning check valve ve . _ ressure when not Do not remove check valve with air pressure in tank running and shut off 2 . Loose fittings or connections 2 . " 13ghtenor replace fittings or connections . valve is closed 3 . Crack or pin hole in tank 3 . Replace tank . Do not attempt to repair tank . Page 7
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Pressure switch un - 1 . Malfunctioning check valve 1 . Replace check valve if unloader bleeds loader constantly constantly . Do not remove check valve leaking air pressure in tank Pressure switch not 1 . Replace pressure switch if it does not release 1 . Malfunctioning pressure switch unloading air pressure briefly when unit shuts off . Excessive vibration 1 . Improper installation 1 . Make sure unit is mounted on a level surface with vibration pads . 2 . Loose belts 2 . Replace belts . Align and tighten properly . 3 . Misaligned flywheel or 3 . Align flywheel and ddve pulley . drive pulley Overheating 1 . Compressor too small for 1 . Reduce air demand or use a compressor application with more air capacity . 2 . Cooling surfaces dirty 2 . Clean all cooling surfaces of dirt and dust . 3 . Improper cooling 3 , Install compressor in an area with adequate cool dry air . Page 8
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KOBALT . Electric Compressors . . @ Model K7580V2 Shown Here as an Example Single Stage Two Slage Illustration Part Description Single Stage KTO6OHF'V K7580V2 Number K7060V NS18S B5900 1 Compressor Pump B3800 5281000 2 Air Filter 2281000 FS008 M182703 3 Electric Motor M182711 M182711 1400110 1400110 SV25200 4 Safety Valve PSMDR21130 PSMDR21KCIF 5 Pressure Switch PSMDR21130 1400111 1400111 6 1400111 Tank Gauge 7 Tank Drain FIB02DC FIB02DC FIB02DC 8 Check Valve CV21 CV21 CV21 9 DT0265 DT031 DT030 Discharge Tube 10 Belt Guard 833500D BG24163 BG31184 BA56 Ba54 BA60 Drive Belts SAK5658 SAK5858 SAK51 H Drive Pulley * Part Numbers Subjectto Change Without Notice Page 9
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B3800 and NS18S Single Stage Compressor Pumps Filter for NS18S Filter for B3800 ! @ ! Page 10
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B3800 and NS18S Single Stage Compressor Pumps PART PART ILLUSTRATION DESCRIPTION NUMBER NUMBER 3660100 Crankcase 01 O2 3630000 Cylinder O3 3860400 Head ( NS18S ) 3860401 Head ( B3800 ) 04 3660200 Crankshaft Crankcase Bottom 05 3660160 06 2840050 Valve Assembly 1421100 Piston 07 08 3610100 Conrod 09 9140040 Circlip 10 9020011 Step Ring 11 9020041 Compression Ring 12 9020071 Oil Ring 13 FS008 Filter Assembly ( NS18S ) 13a 2281000 Filter Assembly ( B3800 ) 16 2060690 Main Beadng Housing ( NDS ) 17 2060590 Main Beadng Housing ( DS ) 9170030 18 Main Bearing ( 6205 ) 19 9024021 Oil Fill Plug 20 9163010 Oil Seal 21 9110014 Flywheel Bolt 22 9004008 Flywheel Washer 23 3650100 Crankcase Bottom Gasket 24 3650201 Frame Gasket 25 2850300 Cylinder Gasket Head Gasket 26 2850400 27 2050500 Bearing Housing Gasket 28 3670200 Aftercooler Gasket Head Bolt 29 9101594 9101144 Aftercooler Bolt 31 32 9101094 Bearing Housing Bolt 33 9107254 Cylinder Bolt 34 9114273 Crankcase Bottom Bolt 35 9101154 Oil Drain Pluq 35a 9053853 Oil Drain Tube 36 9022001 Oil Sight Glass 37 3600100 Flywheel 38 3021200 Wrist Pin 39 3670102 Aftercooler FE004 4O Filter Element ( NS18S ) 40a 4981100 Filter Element ( B3800 ) 41 FSAD01 Filter Adapter Gasket Kit 3650055 Page 11
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B5900 Two Stage Compressor Pump Page 12
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B5900 Two Stage Compressor Pump Illustration Number Description Quantity Part Number 1 . Crankcase 1 5961101 2 . Cylinder 1 5930001 3 . Head 1 5961405 4 . Crankshaft 1 5961200 5 . Crankcase Bottom 1 5961301 6 . Valve Assembly 1 5940051 7 . Conrod Insert ( Half Bearing ) 4 9013013 8 . Conrod 2 5011101 9 . Conrod Nut 4 9128234 10 . HP Piston 1 5021100 11 . LP Piston 1 5922100 12 . HP Wrist Pin 1 5021200 13 . LP Wrist Pin 1 5922200 14 . Circlip 4 9140050 15 . HP Step Ring 1 9020014 16 . HP Compression Ring 1 9020044 17 . HP Oil Ring 2 9020074 18 . LP Step Ring 1 9020035 19 . LP Compression Ring 1 9020047 20 . LP Oil Ring 1 9020065 21 . Air Filter Assembly 1 5281000 22 . Air Filter Element 1 5281100 23 . Bearing Housing ( NDS ) 1 5061690 24 . Bearing Housing ( DS ) 1 5061590 25 . Intercooler Tube 1 5962020 26 . Flywheel 1 4000101 27 . Main Bearing ( 6206 ) 2 9170020 28 . Oil Sight Glass 1 9022003 29 . Oil Fill Plug 1 9024011 30 . Oil Seal 1 9163020 31 . Flywheel Bolt 1 9110024 32 . Flywheel Washer 1 9004009 33 . Crankcase Bottom Gasket 1 5950101 34 . Crankcase Gasket 1 5950201 35 . Cylinder Gasket 1 5950300 36 . Valve Plate Gasket 1 5940301 37 . Head Gasket 1 5050400 38 . Bearing Housing Gasket 2 5050500 39 . Intercooler Gasket 1 5950600 40 . Safety Valve ( 1 / 4 in 65 psi ) 1 9049064 41 . Head Bolt 6 9101756 42 . Bearing Housing Bolt 8 9101144 43 . Cylinder Bolt 6 9101324 44 , Crankcase Btm . Bolt 12 9114262 45 . Intercooler Bolt 3 9101154 46 . Oil Drain Plu . q 1 9101154 46a . Oil Drain Tube 1 9053853 47 . Inlet Filter Bolt 2 9101524 48 . Aftercooler Gasket 1 5070200 49 . Aftercooler 1 5070101 50 . Safety Valve ( 1 / 4 in 217 psi ) 1 9049032 Kits Gasket Kit 53N0056 HP Ring Kit 8227093 HP Running Gear Kit 8226502 LP Ring Kit 8227092 iLP Running Gear Kit 8226503 13
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StationaryCompressorLimited Warranty Lowes Kobalt Models K7060V , K7060HFV & K7580V2 Warranty This warrantyof the LowesKobattStaUonarySingle . Stage ModelsKT060V and K7060HFV , and StationaryTwo - Stage ModalK7580V2 ( hereinafterthe " KoheltProduct ' ) extendsto the edginal userof the Kobait preducL Warranty Duration This Kobait Productis warrantedtothe odginai purchaserfrom the odginaipurchasedateforthree ( 3 ) yearssubjectto the WarrantyCoverage describedherein . Warranty Coverage This KobaitProductis warrantedbyAbacJAmedcanIMC , Inc . USA ( referredto hereinafteras " Abac ' ) , 1623 Cedar Line Drive , Rock Hill , SC 29730 to be free fiom defectsin materieland , . _ 3rkmanship . This warrantyis voidif : defects in materialsor workmanshipor damages resultfrom mpsirsor altarationswhichhave beenmade or attempted byothersor the unauthorizeduse of nonconformingparts ; the damage is dueto normalwear , damage is dueto abuse ( includingovedQading of the KobaltProductbeyondcapacity ) , impropermaintenance , naglector accident ; or the damage is due to theuse of the Kobelt Product after par _ aifailure or use with improperaccessoriesor unauthedzedrepairor alterattan . If KobaifModelsKT060V and K7 _ o0HFV are usedfor commercialor indusb'iaipurposesthe warrantywill applyfor ninety ( 90 ) days from the date of purchase . Kobalt ModelIO ' 580V2 is not limited to a ninety ( 90 ) day warrantywhen used incommercialor indusataiappFications . In addition this warranty _ nor indude any other Kobalt product , ind udiag : Kobeti product sold as reconditioned or used as rental eduipmenL Pre < lelive _ y sei _ ce such as assembly , oil or lubricants and adjustments . Kobalt products that have become damaged or inoperaive because of or _ nary wear , misuse ( an air compressor that pumps air more than the r _ commended duty cycle during a one hour peedd may be considered misuse ) , cotd , heat . rain , excessive humidity . freeze damage , use of improper lubdcanta , nagligenQe , accident , failure to operate the product in accordance with the ins _ a'uchons provided in the Owners Manual ( s ) supplied with the product . Repair and Vanspurtedon costs of merchandise determined not to he _ e . Costs associated with assembly , required lubricants , adjustments or other installaifon and start - up costs . Normal adjustments and expendable parts or accessories supplied with the product which are expected to become thoperave or unusable after a reasonabta period of use , induding but not limited to belts , pressure switches , rubber isola _ on pads , gaskets and intake air flifers . Products sold by Abac under the Kobaif Brand which have been manufactured by and are idenffi _ ed as the product of another company , such as electhc motors . That product manufacturer's warranty , if any , will apply . Any component damaged in shipment or any tailure caused by installing or operaifng the comwessor under conditions not in compliance with the installabon and operating guideiinas . Pump or valve failure caused by rain , excessive humidity or corrosive environments and / or by using oil not specified , or by any oil contaminalJon , or by tailure to follow proper oil maintenance guidelines . Ring wear from inadequate tilter maintenance . Cosme _ c defects that de not inter [ ere with compressor tanchonaiity . Rusted tanks , including but not limited to rust due to improper drainage . Electric motors and check valves after the first year of ownership . Drain valves . Damage due to improper _ ring . Other items not listed but considered to be general wear pads . Warranty Performance DURING THE ABOVE DESCRIBED WARRANTY PERIODS SHOULD YOUR KOBALTPRODUCT EXHIBIT A DEFECT IN MATERIALS OR WORKMANSHIP , SUCH DEFECT WILL BE REPAIRED WHEN THE COMPLETE KOBALTPRODUCT IS SCHEDULED FOR REPAIR BY A KOBALTAUTHORIZED AIR COMPRESSOR SERVICE CENTER . Service will he scheduledinaccordanceto the normalworkflow and businesshoursat the servicecenter locationand the availabtiityof replacementpade . All derisionsof = Abac " with regardto this limited warrantyshell he final . Warranty Disclaimer NO WARRANTY , ORAL OR WRrTTEN , OTHER THAN THE ABOVE WARRANTY IS MADE WITH REGARD TO THIS KOBALT PRODUCT . ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF " ABAC " REGARDING THIS KOBALTPRODUCT INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO , THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A pARTICULAR PURPOSE , ARE LIMITED IN DURA13ONTO THE WARRANTY PERIODS DESCRIBED ABOVE . " ABAC " SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR LOSS OF USE OF THIS PRODUCT OR OTHER INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL COSTS . E ) _ ENSES , OR DAMAGES INCURRED BY THE PURCHASER . Limitations of Warranty Disclaimers Some states de notallow limitationson how longan impliedwarrantylasts , sothe above limitationsmay not applyto you . Somestates do not allowthe exclusionor limitationof incidentalor consequentialdamages , sothe above limitationor exclusionmay nut apply to you . Abac / American IMC , Inc , " ABAC " Authorized Service Centers for KOBALT Product StationaryAir Compressor sendce underthis wananty is availableon these KobaltProductmedalsby contac _ agus at 1 - 866 - 242 - 4298 for a servicecenter nearest youto scheduleon - site repair .
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