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Valve Seat To Head Gasket
Valve Seat To Head Gasket
Part #: 211001-E
In stock
7 available
 $11.86
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4
Inlet and Exhaust Valve Seat Gasket
Inlet and Exhaust Valve Seat Gasket
Part #: 212006-E
In stock
3 available
 $11.86
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5
Inlet and Exhaust Valve Plate
Inlet and Exhaust Valve Plate
Part #: 125004-E
In stock
4 available
 $11.86
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6
Elbow
Elbow
Part #: 151209-E
In stock
3 available
 $11.86
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7
Motor Cover Bolt
Motor Cover Bolt
Part #: 352071-E
In stock
7 available
 $5.02
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8
Bolt For Console
Bolt For Console
Part #: 365003-E
Ships in 8 - 11 business days
 $5.02
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Cylinder Head Bolt
Part #: 352087-E
Ships in 8 - 11 business days
 $5.02
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Spring Washer For Head Bolt
Spring Washer For Head Bolt
Part #: 382011-E
Ships in 8 - 11 business days
 $2.39
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11
Exhaust Elbow
Exhaust Elbow
Part #: 151404-E
Ships in 8 - 11 business days
 $11.86
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12
Discharge Tube Assembly
Discharge Tube Assembly
Part #: 230092S-E
Ships in 8 - 11 business days
 $33.86
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Unloading Elbow
Unloading Elbow
Part #: 151001-E
In stock
5 available
 $11.86
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Nipple
Nipple
Part #: 441025-E
Ships in 8 - 11 business days
 $11.86
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15
Valve Seat To Cylinder Gasket
Valve Seat To Cylinder Gasket
Part #: 213009-E
In stock
3 available
 $11.86
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Cylinder
Cylinder
Part #: 201013-E
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3 available
 $49.02
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Piston
Piston
Part #: 203002-E
Ships in 8 - 11 business days
 $27.02
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Compression Ring
Compression Ring
Part #: 206002-E
In stock
2 available
 $11.86
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19
Oil Control Ring
Oil Control Ring
Part #: 207002-E
In stock
2 available
 $10.15
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Piston Pin
Part #: 204002-E
Ships in 8 - 11 business days
 $11.86
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21
Piston Pin Snap Ring
Part #: 205001-E
Ships in 8 - 11 business days
 $11.86
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22
Cylinder To Crankcase Gasket
Cylinder To Crankcase Gasket
Part #: 214001-E
In stock
1 available
 $11.86
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23
Set Nut
Part #: 371005-E
Ships in 8 - 11 business days
 $11.74
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24
Spring Washer
Part #: 382005-E
Ships in 8 - 11 business days
 $11.86
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25
Double Head Screw
Part #: 358001-E
Ships in 8 - 11 business days
 $6.73
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26
Retainer Cap For Wheel
Retainer Cap For Wheel
Part #: 403002-E
In stock
2 available
 $3.99
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27
Crankcase Cover Gasket
Crankcase Cover Gasket
Part #: 215001-E
In stock
9 available
 $11.86
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28
Crank Shaft
Crank Shaft
Part #: 302001-E
In stock
2 available
 $49.02
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29
Crankcase Cover
Crankcase Cover
Part #: 304014-E
In stock
4 available
 $30.80
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30
Connecting Rod
Connecting Rod
Part #: 316001-E
In stock
2 available
 $27.12
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31
Oil Sight Gauge
Oil Sight Gauge
Part #: 321001-E
In stock
6 available
 $11.86
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32
Oil Draining Plug
Oil Draining Plug
Part #: 360001-E
In stock
5 available
 $11.86
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Motor Cover
Motor Cover
Part #: 433011-E
Ships in 8 - 11 business days
 $27.02
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Motor Cover Bolt
Motor Cover Bolt
Part #: 352071-E
In stock
7 available
 $5.02
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35
Air Filter Assembly
Air Filter Assembly
Part #: 170013-E
In stock
3 available
 $32.15
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36
Oil Filter/Crankcase Breather
Oil Filter/Crankcase Breather
Part #: 324003-E
In stock
1 available
 $11.86
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37
Electric Motor / Crankcase
Part #: 251209-E
Ships in 8 - 11 business days
 $353.40
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38
Wheel
Wheel
Part #: 402015-E
In stock
2 available
 $27.02
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39
Oil Gauge Gasket
Oil Gauge Gasket
Part #: 217001-E
In stock
8 available
 $11.86
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40
Air Tank With Frame
Part #: 401125-E
Ships in 8 - 11 business days
 $402.42
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Pressure Gauge
Pressure Gauge
Part #: 411029-E
In stock
11 available
 $21.18
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Regulator
Regulator
Part #: 410029-E
In stock
9 available
 $72.73
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43
Rub Handle
Part #: 435016-E
Ships in 8 - 11 business days
 $11.86
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Tank Foot Assembly
Tank Foot Assembly
Part #: 434006-E
In stock
3 available
 $11.86
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46
Safety Valve
Safety Valve
Part #: 407001-E
In stock
8 available
 $21.18
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47
Drain Cock
Drain Cock
Part #: 413008-E
In stock
3 available
 $11.86
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48
Check Valve
Check Valve
Part #: 409004-E
In stock
9 available
 $32.15
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Power Cord
Power Cord
Part #: 452015-E
In stock
4 available
 $20.29
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50
Pressure Switch, MAC700
Pressure Switch, MAC700
Part #: 412024-E
In stock
13 available
 $67.45
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51
Regulator Nipple
Regulator Nipple
Part #: 441001-E
Ships in 8 - 11 business days
 $11.86
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52
Unloading Tube Assembly
Unloading Tube Assembly
Part #: 228070-E
In stock
2 available
 $11.86
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53
Motor Fan
Motor Fan
Part #: 431010-E
In stock
6 available
 $11.86
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54
Unloading Elbow
Unloading Elbow
Part #: 151002-E
In stock
5 available
 $11.86
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55
Plug
Plug
Part #: 360002-E
In stock
1 available
 $11.86
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56
Manifold Block
Manifold Block
Part #: 421006-E
In stock
2 available
 $27.02
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57
Rubber Cover
Rubber Cover
Part #: 439008-E
Ships in 8 - 11 business days
 $11.86
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58
Tool Box Lock
Part #: 435015-E
Ships in 8 - 11 business days
 $13.68
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59
Folding Handle Lock Set
Folding Handle Lock Set
Part #: 435010-E
Note: Does not include Bolts
In stock
2 available
 $50.73
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60
Tool Box
Part #: 480039-E
Ships in 8 - 11 business days
 $104.88
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61
Wiring Harness
Part #: 453076-E
Ships in 8 - 11 business days
 $27.02
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62
Air Filter
Air Filter
Part #: 171006-E
In stock
10 available
 $20.29
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63
Ring Kit
Ring Kit
Part #: RK5200-E
In stock
1 available
 $32.15
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Spring Washer For Motor Cover
Spring Washer For Motor Cover
Part #: 382004-E
In stock
9 available
 $2.39
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65
Gasket Kit
Gasket Kit
Part #: GK5200-E
In stock
1 available
 $23.71
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66
Elbow
Elbow
Part #: 151209-E
In stock
3 available
 $11.86
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67
Folding Handle
Part #: 435006-E
Ships in 8 - 11 business days
 $106.48
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Bolt (Folding Handle Lock)
Bolt (Folding Handle Lock)
Part #: 351074-E
In stock
5 available
 $8.47
Add To Cart
888
Overload Switch
Overload Switch
Part #: 458003-E
In stock
7 available
 $31.59
Add To Cart

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manmaze
Question: Mac5200 Air Comperssor

manmaze

There is smoke like vapor coming out of the oil crankcase breather. Compressor is unable to charge up and trips it's own overload switch. Any Ideas?
1139104
Question: MAC 5200 Doesn't Run

1139104

Compressor has little running time, used for spraying but gun use very low volume of air. Unit has plenty of oil.

Recently the compressor stopped while spraying, the tank ran down to no pressure. The circuit breaker tripped, I pressed the reset button and when I turn the compressor back on, I could hear the motor hum but it did not start again. How should I begin trouble shooting? What should I suspect as being wrong?

Thanks,

Steve
Tinkerdave
Reply: MAC 5200 Doesn't Run

Tinkerdave

Hi, First you need to check that the compressor pump can turn over and is not locked up.Unplug the compressor and take a screw driver and see if you can reach in on the rear of the motor and turn the the cooling fan.If not you have a pump problem and will need to drain the oil and remove the front housing cover and then the cylinder head to see what has caused the pump to lock up.If the pump turns over fine then you need to check the Start Capacitor 460008-E.This is used to give the motor a boost when starting..Hope that helps.Good luck.
Tinker
Dizzle1
Question: Wont Run

Dizzle1

After storing my compressor in the barn for about a yr. i tried to use it recently and it wouldnt do anything. It ran fine before i stored it. Any advice?
Tinkerdave
Reply: Wont Run

Tinkerdave

Hi dizzle1,
I could be wrong but it seems to me that some of the mac5200 had a circuit breaker button on the side of the motor that would trip for no apparent reason.As the switch got old it would trip with fewer amps.If you don't have the circuit breaker on yours then run a continuity test from the plug to the pressure switch and then across the contacts of the pressure switch to see if your getting current to the motor.This will eliminate problems with the cord and pressure switch and narrow it down to the motor.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Tinker
jdennisg
Question: Motor Reset Switch Bad

jdennisg

I have a compressor with a bad reset switch. The compressor will not run more than a 20-30 seconds and the switch shuts the compressor off. If I disconnect the switch, it works fine. It is not overheating. It has seen light use. The oil is clean, air filter clean, and the compressor and motor runs cool. I need the replacement switch, and it is not listed in the parts diagram. How can I get one? I live in Costa Rica, and it is not available here, so my brother in the States can get it for me and bring it down.
WJA
Reply: Motor Reset Switch Bad

WJA

Hello jdennisg,

I don't know why it is not listed on the parts diagram. But the part number you want is 458003-E.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
ad047lj
Question: Mac5200

ad047lj

How do you take the retainer cap off the wheel?
WJA
Reply: Mac5200

WJA

Hello ad047lj,

You can remove the cap by using a pair a pliers and pulling on the cap. Once you remove the cap it will have to be replaced with a new one though.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
beto
Question: Mac5200

beto

okay so my air compresor will run but the pH will go up around 40 then it qill turn off. is there anything i can do?
jem
Question: Makita Mac5200

jem

compressor engine will run but no pressure will build in link removed here any leaks and drain cock is closed.air is flowing out of exhaust.any suggestions to fix myself
Tinkerdave
Reply: Makita Mac5200

Tinkerdave

Hi jem,
The upper chamber on that compressor is separated by a very thin Valve Seat To Head Gasket Part Number: 211001-E.If the center part of the gasket blows out, the compressor head will keep blowing air but at the first sign of resistance( air building up in the tank) air pressure will bleed into intake chamber until it equalizes pressure and no more air will flow into the tank.Take the head bolts off and remove the head and inspect the gasket. If it is broken and you replace it be sure to re torque the head bolts after a couple of hours of use to prevent it from blowing out again.Hope that helps.Good luck.
Tinker
jem
Reply: Makita Mac5200

jem

thanx tinkerdave.the valve seat to head gasket was ok but had a very small pebble logged in the gasket.removed & cleaned.operating perfect now.this site has been saved to my favorites.
Compressor with air gun attached drops from 125 PSI to 40 PSI. Could the cause be the Regulator or the Pressure Switch?
Tinkerdave
Reply: Makita Air Compressor Mac5200

Tinkerdave

rgy678,
To trouble shoot the compressor we will need a little more information."Compressor with air gun attached drops from 125 PSI to 40 PSI" are you saying the compressor only pumps up to 125 psi and won't turn on again until it hits 40 psi ?
Tinker
rgy678
Reply: Makita Air Compressor Mac5200

rgy678

I should've been more clear; w/o air hose attached to the compressor, the pressure will stay at 125 PSI. Attaching the hose, the pressure drops off immediately to 40 PSI.
Tinkerdave
Reply: Makita Air Compressor Mac5200

Tinkerdave

hi rgy678,
The mac5200 has two pressure read outs. One gives tank pressure and the second gives output working pressure.Is it the second one (working pressure)that shows 125 psi without the hose connected but drops to 40 psi when you connect the hose?If this is the case then the spool valve is sized in the regulator body. The pressure regulator Regulator Part Number: 410029-E needs to be replaced.Hope that helps.Good luck.
Tinker
TGDB
Question: Filter

TGDB

Does this filter assembly include a filter element?
I CAN'T FIND THIS PART. IS THERE A PART # FOR IT AND, IF SO, COULD SOMEONE LET ME KNOW? IS THERE A WAY TO BYPASS IT? THIS SWITCH IS A REAL PAIN IN THE A--.
MILTON
Question: LUBRICANT

MILTON

Can other lubricants like Slick 50 be used with regular 5200 oil for my Makita MAC5200 Compressor?
jeremy
Question: Oil

jeremy

What kind of oil does a mac5200 compressor use?
Another guy-Nelson
Question: Breacker In Compressor Trips..

Another guy-Nelson

I service Makita tools for a Building Supply firm. Our contractors have trouble with the MAC5200 Air compressors not wanting to start in cold weather. The compressors trip the thermal overload breaker on the motor and after resetting the breaker several times, the breaker becomes weak and will not allow the compressor to run even in warm weather. I have had to replace several breakers because of this problem. Does anyone know of a solution for this cold start problem? Has anyone tried a synthetic or light weight oil and does it help when starting in cold weather. We see this problem at 30 degree F or lower...
Jaybolt
Question: Cold Starting

Jaybolt

I service Makita tools for a Building Supply firm. Our contractors have trouble with the MAC5200 Air compressors not wanting to start in cold weather. The compressors trip the thermal overload breaker on the motor and after resetting the breaker several times, the breaker becomes weak and will not allow the compressor to run even in warm weather. I have had to replace several breakers because of this problem. Does anyone know of a solution for this cold start problem? Has anyone tried a synthetic or light weight oil and does it help when starting in cold weather. We see this problem at 30 degree F or lower.
CHARLIE
Reply: Cold Starting

CHARLIE

There is a lighter weight oil for compressors available (10w instead of 30w). The other problem that a lot of people have with compressors is running them on cords that are way too long and not of sufficient gauge to handle that amp. draw at start up especially in cold weather.
davada
Question:

davada

It seems that the part I need in not on the parts list. It is the pressure regulator that you can dial the amount of pressure you want to maintain.
Mark
Reply:

Mark

Hi davada,

The Regulator is Part #410029-E

Good luck with your repair!

-Mark
NcFramer
Question: MAC5200 Low Pressure

NcFramer

i have a makita 5200 air compressor. i use daily for construction. the unit has been building water/moister in tank for a while now getting more and more. and today it wont pump past 80lbs and just keeps running has bad smell from water in tank. i cant really hear a leak.
would anyone know what it may be and what part/parts i need to fix it?

edit: when i shut it down it has a rattling noise at fan/motor
Mike
Reply: MAC5200 Low Pressure

Mike

Well, the smell from the tank is a concern but it shouldn't affect the pressure in the tank. I'm wondering if the piston and rings are going bad, That would explain the poor compression. If oil is getting past the piston ring that could explain the bad smell. Also if your air filter is clogged, it will cause oil to be pulled past the piston rings into the tank. I would definitely check the filter and if it's clean, you're going to have to look at the piston. Here's a link to the Makita MAC5200 parts breakdown for reference:

Makita MAC5200 Air Compressor Parts : eReplacementparts.com
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