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 Porter Cable CF2600 TYPE 2 Pancake Air Compressor Parts

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291895680
Screw .250-20X.750 H
In stock
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$2.16
3D24721
Kit-Isolator W/Screw (Contains 3 Each)
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$9.91
7D20114
Valve Safety 175 .25
In stock
3 available
$22.40
8CAC-4296-1
Regulator 3Port P2 L
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$13.96
9A19513
Body QC .250 Ind .25
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$8.01
10Z-D23004
Gauge Can 200PSI 1/8
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$23.75
11N044990
Nipple 1/4-18NPT X 1
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$2.66
12SSP-6021
Bushing Reducer 1/8-
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$2.29
145140117-70
Switch Pres 4Port 11 (Switch Cover is p/n AC-0557)
In stock
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$29.45
16D27022
Check Valve
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$18.58
17CAC-1254
Isolator Pump
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$2.16
18CAC-1206-1
Hose Clamp
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20SSF-621
Screw .250-14X.625 F
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22D26616
Cord Power-SJOW 14GA Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
23N286039
Drain Valve
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$3.49
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124Z-D27196
Carbon Brush Set-2 Pack
Note: For UMC Gold Tuning motor ONLY
In stock
5 available
$21.72
N036518
Con Rod Assy
In stock
13 available
$27.17
KK-4929
Kit Fastener
In stock
2 available
$4.90
N036517
Cylinder Kit
In stock
1 available
$22.47
LA-3092-1
Label Warning Drain Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
N008802
Label Warning
Ships in 10 - 14 business days
$1.02
N008806
Label Hot Surface Tr
Ships in 10 - 14 business days
$0.95
LA-3164
Label
Ships in 10 - 14 business days
$2.16
D24721
Kit-Isolator W/Screw (Contains 3 Each)
In stock
8 available
$9.91

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1173826
Question: Install Instructions

1173826

I purchased a cylinder kit for my C2600 Porter Cable Compressor. The instructions don't mention re-attaching the head gasket and cylinder head. What is the torque for the bolts?

Also, it looks like the gasket does not fit tightly against the top of the aluminum cylinder housing. The top of the cylinder seems to hold the cylinder head off the gasket. Any guidance here?

3rd - for other purchasers - I got a 6" impact magnetic bit holder by Kobalt at Lowes so the Torx bit could reach the screws in plastic housing.
Tinkerdave
Reply: Install Instructions

Tinkerdave

Hi,
52 inch lbs on the head bolts.The cylinder should sit in a recess part of the cylinder head being sealed by a red o-ring.Hope that helps.Good luck.
Tinker
valentin
Question: Cylinder Kit

valentin

need a kit but compresor is made in china looks like d30324 do you think it will fit
Tinkerdave
Reply: Cylinder Kit

Tinkerdave

Hi Valentin,
I'm not sure what model compressor you have but while you have it apart it would be a good idea to replace the reed valve assembly .That way you have a complete pump rebuild.Hope that helps.Good luck.
Tinker
WJA
Reply: Cylinder Kit

WJA

Hello valentin,

The part number D30324 has been replaced by the part number N036517. You should have no problem with that kit as long as your manual calls out for the old part number.

Good luck,
-WJA
jebnaveb
Question: Porter Cable Cf2600

jebnaveb

Hi,

I have a porter cable cf2600 purchased in 2003, it has always worked perfectly. When I switched it on today it was completely dead. I have checked the electrical circuits from switch to brushes and the fuse and all is good. Can anyone give me advise as to what I should check next. I am totally stumped.

Thanking you in advance.
UtahAV
Reply: Porter Cable Cf2600

UtahAV

Hi jebnaveb,

I would think it is in the pressure switch. Possibly the pressure switch is stuck in the tank full position. You could try bypassing the pressure switch and wiring directly to the motor to test. Don't attempt to run for more than a couple of seconds without the pressure switch as there will be nothing to shut the motor off at the correct tank pressure.

The only other idea I have is perhaps a capacitor on the motor. I cannot tell from the parts diagram if the motor uses one or not. If you see one a local electronics supplier could possibly test it for you.

I hope this helps with your repair!

-UtahAV
-Mark
jebnaveb
Reply: Porter Cable Cf2600

jebnaveb

Thanks Mark for your reply.

I will try that later today and let you know if I have any luck.

June
UtahAV
Reply: Porter Cable Cf2600

UtahAV

Great! Let us know what you find out!

-UtahAV
-Mark
jebnaveb
Reply: Porter Cable Cf2600

jebnaveb

Bypassed the switch but still nothing. It looks like the motor has probably burnt out. My son said it got hot last time he used it and he said it smelt funny. Can't see any evidence though.

Think I will probably have to replace it. Couldn't see a capacitor just the fuse which looked fine.

Thanks for your suggestions.

June
UtahAV
Reply: Porter Cable Cf2600

UtahAV

If it made bad smells that is a sign of a bad motor. Sorry to hear that. But look at the bright side. Now you get to go tool shopping!! :D

-UtahAV
-Mark
jkeister
Question: Porter Cable CF2600 Air Leak

jkeister

Hello. I have a CF2600 and had an air leak around the motor. I purchased a new connecting rod kit, valve plate, and gaskets and put everything back together. The compressor will only charge up to about 100psi and keeps running. I found another air leak under the pressure switch on what I think is the bleed off valve. I thought the check valve might be bad, but when I turn the switch to the compressor off, the leak stops and the tank holds air. It only leaks air from that small valve on the bottom of the pressure switch when the motor is on and the tank is filling up. Any ideas on what I can do to fix this? Thank you.

Jason.
cmoorejack
Reply: Porter Cable CF2600 Air Leak

cmoorejack

Hey Jkeister,
According to your model # ..the pressure switch does not have a bleed off valve,however it does have a safety relief valve..if this is the case it will need to be replaced..# D20114...[the valve is supposed to relieve[pop off] if the air comp exceeds its shut off pressure...the only other problem with these air comps is the tube seal # CAC-1212 but if you replaced the valve plate assy..I assume the seal was ok..:)
also make sure all the air connections are secure and the discharge tube is not twisted or kinked..
Hope this helps?
cmoorejack
jkeister
Reply: Porter Cable CF2600 Air Leak

jkeister

Thanks for your reply. I did replace the tube seal when I installed the other components. The discharge tube is not twisted or kinked. All the air connections are secure. The safety relief valve screws directly into the pressure switch. The air is escaping from a small disc with two screws under the pressure switch. The metal tube coming off the check valve and going to the pressure switch is connected to the piece I am trying to describe. Sorry. I thought it was a bleed off valve. When the compressor reaches 80-100 psi, air begins to escape from a hole in that disc and the compressor never shuts off. When I turn off the compressor, no more air comes out of the hole. What is that piece where the return tube from the check valve enters the pressure switch and can it be replaced? I didn't see it in the schematics. I also assume with this problem the check valve is working properly because it is not releasing air from the tank when the compressor is off. Is that correct? How is Orem? I used to live there and am flying to SLC tonight. Thank you so much for your help.

jkeister.
cmoorejack
Reply: Porter Cable CF2600 Air Leak

cmoorejack

Hey j,
Gosh, it still seems like you are describing an actual bleeder valve..but your model # according to the breakdown does not show one..are you sure on the model # ? It also sounds like the tank check valve is working correctly[air in and not out]..
That ' valve ' on the p switch is actually part of the pressure switch and on this type of air comp is not a replaceable part..are the screws tight? Anyhoo, you will probably end up replacing the pressure switch..just make sure you are getting the correct one..
Things are awesome here in Orem and welcome back to the great SLC..:D
cmoorejack
jkeister
Reply: Porter Cable CF2600 Air Leak

jkeister

The sticker on the housing says CF2600. I just bought it used. I will check the seals and screws on the plate, but the air was coming through a small hole in the plate. If that doesn't solve the problem I will get the pressure switch and replace it. Thank you so much for your replies and help.

jkeister
Geezer73
Question: Compressor Strains

Geezer73

While building pressure compressor seems to be straining, rpm fluctuates.
Why? Worth repairing?
cmoorejack
Reply: Compressor Strains

cmoorejack

Hey geezer73,
You may have a number of things going wrong..possible bearing ready to go out..piston and sleeve wearing [most likely]..valve plate assy bad...check valve leaking air back into head..or a combination of things...these air compressor's are usually worth repair if you do the work yourself..but you will have to determine what the problem is first..check out the parts breakdown and see if this is something you want to take on..[if you have too many things wrong you may just want to buy new!] Hope this helps?:)
Craig
Mike
Reply: Compressor Strains

Mike

Just for reference, here's a link to the parts breakdown for that CF2600 Type 2:

Porter-Cable CF2600-2 Parts Diagram

We actually sell more piston/cylinder replacement kits and tube seals for that compressor than any other parts so I agree with cmoorejack. After a while the compression on those oil free compressors will degrade and you'll need to replace the piston, ring, and cylinder.
Geezer73
Reply: Compressor Strains

Geezer73

Big help. Thanks to you both.
electronhans
Question: Porter Cable Pancake Compressor ...

electronhans

PC model CF2600 type 2 pancake compressor 135 PSI (bought in 2003) that leaks thru the head. There is a small pin hole in head in a deep recessed area where the center diaphram touches it and leaks air out there. Should pinhole be there in the casting of head? Is there some part to replace to fix such as the head gasket or valve plate assembly? Thanks.
Dale
Reply: Porter Cable Pancake Compressor ...

Dale

The pin hole in the casting should be there. Not sure what its purpose is. Head gasket # 105. And valve plate #106 will fix the problem. Porter Cable CF2600 Parts List and Diagram - Type 2 : eReplacementparts.com
Mathew Dalton
Reply: Porter Cable Pancake Compressor ...

Mathew Dalton

I have the same problem with mine. It looks to me like the hole is a relief to keep the cylinder from being pressurized with the holding tank pressure. This would mean that is order for the hole to continually leak air, the check valve at the tank is sticking open and the tank pressure is bleeding back up the line to the cylinder head. I am going to replace mine to see if that helps.

Matt
Joey
Reply: Porter Cable Pancake Compressor ...

Joey

Had the same problem and when I read Matt's post I just slapped my head and said "of course!!!!". I verified the check valve by tapping it with a wrench and the leaked ceased.
I read in another forum where the check valve can be cleaned with laquer thinner. Haven't tried it yet, but went ahead and ordered a new check valve just to be sure the problem is resolved.
fancyboxy