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Old 08-13-2009, 03:59 PM   #1
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Have Model 1113C, 2HP, 13 Gal.

Manifold cracked, where can I find replacement parts

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Old 08-13-2009, 11:40 PM   #2
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Have you contacted the manufacturer to locate a service center or parts distributor in your area?

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Old 08-18-2009, 06:03 PM   #3
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Have you contacted the manufacturer to locate a service center or parts distributor in your area?
Have not been able to locate manufacturer, do you have www address or telephone number or USPS address

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Old 08-27-2009, 05:55 AM   #4
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The manual says call 1-866-797-2738 for information on the prosource 2 gallon compressor. I assume its the same for yours. no web avail. The address is a PO box in DE..Good luck.
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Old 08-27-2009, 07:17 PM   #6
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If you call and it actually works leave a note..I would be interested ...
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Old 10-27-2009, 03:10 PM   #7
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If you call and it actually works leave a note..I would be interested ...
After several attempts and on the 20th some ring finally they answered phone. Very friendly, helpful. They are called IMS in Fullerton, Calif, 1928 W Malvern Ave. Very reasonable I felt in price, $10 plus $5 shipping for a "Air Regulator Manifold". I'll send check plus description of what I want and now we'll see if they deliver. Could of gave them Credit card over phone and ordered today but felt a little funny about that since they were hard to find, we'll see.

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Thanks.. I think I will try tomorrow to see if I can get similar results...All I need is a small elbow that comes out of the chamber...Should fit in an envelope....
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Sent money order to them on 29 Oct 2009, received part this day, 19 Nov 2009. Exactly what I needed. In the future if I can't reach them by phone I'll just drop a line to the IMS Customer service addess.

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Thanks for the info. I was desparate so I got another little compressor and gave this one to the mower repair guy. He was going to try to make it work. I will pass this on to him. Congrats on your repair. They are a nice little compressor, never had a problem with mine till I pulled it off the shop counter and it hit the floor on the elbow. Other than that it still worked.
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Old 12-07-2009, 01:56 PM   #11
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What do you guys think of the Pro Source compressor?

I saw one lonely box at my local Big Lots, same model 1113C. The specs look good for the price, but if it's unreliable I'd rather not bother.
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I had absolutely no problems until I pulled it off my bench and it hit the concrete. I found it didn't do its own stunt work well . It only broke a small piece but thats all it took as parts can't be found except what was mentioned here. Other than that the pump still worked. As far as what it is supposed to do. For the price, I would get another with no reservations.
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Sounds good. Maybe I'll pickup it up tonight. I just hope all the parts are in the box. The box is a bit beat up, but from what I can tell everything looked to be in it.

I just hope it's a lot quieter than one of those Porter Cable pancakes.
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OK. I picked it up and have a question. The instructions say to remove the clear plastic oil cap and replace it with the oil cap. The only cap I have is a black plastic cap that is already on the unit. Attached to that cap is a note to replace the shipping plug with the working oil fill plug.

I have no other plug in the box. What should the real plug look like?
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I seem to remember I had the same thing and never found a cap. Just verify the oil level in the litttle window. Worst case is a little oil on start. Its been a while so I may be remembering wrong but I am pretty sure....

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