Repair Parts Home    Power Tool Parts    Porter Cable Parts    A13369 Regulator/Manifold Assembly

Regulator/Manifold Assembly

Part Number: A13369
Porter Cable
Availability: 20 in stock
Price: $60.81
Quantity:
Ships within 1 business day

*This part replaces obsolete part #: Z-A13369 and Z-D24044.

Description:
This is a genuine manufacturer supplied pressure regulator for Porter Cable Air Compressors. This part adjusts the pressure of the air coming from the tank to the desired level. Includes Regulator Body, Two (2) Brass Quick Connect Fittings, One (1) Elbow Fitting, And a Regulator Knob. Make sure to unplug the air compressor release all the air from the tank before installing this part.
Repair Stories
1 of 1 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Compressor
Parts Used:
Regulator/Manifold Assembly - A13369
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Wrench Set, Nutdriver
Regulator leaked.
Repair kit not available. Too bad. Replacement manifold worked great! The only thing that was not obvious was that the two screws that mount the manifold to the unit had no receptacle to screw into. Not threaded. Decided to just use the existing screws, they were self-taping (they could have said that with the product) and everything worked fine. Great company. Will use again.
Did you find this story helpful?
Thanks for voting and helping fellow customers!
0 of 0 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Compressor
Parts Used:
Regulator/Manifold Assembly - A13369
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Power Drill, Wrench Set, Nutdriver, Silicone sealant, side cutters, new 1/2\\
Replace mainfold
Unplug compressor. Drain air pressure. Remove 2 screws in mounting bracket. Drop old manifold through mounting face. Cut factory installed supply hose clamp at the manifold hose mount. Remove hose clamp. Remove hose from manifold Hose fitting. May need screwdriver(s) and little wd-40 to slip off. Remove existing Pressure gauge and reseal and install in new manifold. Make sure to tighten to correct position. Use proper wrenchs. Slip new hose clamp onto existing supply hose. Make sure manifold hose fitting is mounted in the same position of old manifold. If not, tighten until same position is achieved. Reattach supply hose and tighten new hose clamp over hose and fitting. Replace manifold in mounting bracket. Pre start or hand thread 2 self tapping mounting screws through bracket and into manifold. Drive or tighten into manifold with power drill and nut driver. Turn regulator screw all the way out to set line pressure to 0. Plug in compressor. Built up supply supply. Run till compressor charges and shuts off. Listen and check for leaks at gauge with soapy spray or leak check. If no leaks adjust regulator knives in until desired line pressure is reached.
Mine installed in less than 10 minutes with no leaks and no problems. This part came ready to mount and included 2 new spring loaded hose couplers installed. I was impressed.
Remember; you must use drill and nut driver or pre thread self tapping screws into new manifold to mount properly and tight.
You will have all new parts needed except 1/2" hose clamp.
Did you find this story helpful?
Thanks for voting and helping fellow customers!
1 of 2 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Compressor
Parts Used:
Regulator/Manifold Assembly - A13369
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set, none
Manifold leaking air
Remove the two screws that hold the manifold to the face plate. Remove the captive ring around the regulator. Remove the air hose. The hardest part about installing the new manifold is reattaching the air hose. I didn't have a tool to crimp the hose clamp so I just replaced it with one you use a screwdriver to tighten.
Did you find this story helpful?
Thanks for voting and helping fellow customers!
Discussion
Discussion for Regulator/Manifold Assembly - ( A13369 )
You need to be signed in to participate in the discussion.
You need to be signed in to particupate in the discussion.
Ask a question, answer a question, or post a comment!
  • Subject:
  •  
  • Comment:
  •  
I seem to have a leak in the plastic regulator knob. Is there a seal or o ring in there that can be replaced?
orgtech
Reply: Regulator/Manifold Assembly - ( ...

orgtech


Did you ever find out the problem. I have the same issue. Would like to not replace the whole manifold for this issue.
WJA
Reply: Regulator/Manifold Assembly - ( ...

WJA

Hello orgtech,

There are some Porter Cable compressors that do have a regulator repair kit. Unfortunately there is not one for the A13369 Regulator/Manifold Assembly. The complete assembly would have to be ordered.

-WJA
Product Information
Manufacturer: Porter Cable
Category Number: A13369
Classification: Part
Weight: 1.55 lbs.
Shipping: Ships Worldwide world wide shipping icon
Repair Guides
Articles:
How to Replace the Safety Valve on an Air Compressor
Remove and install the safety valve on a compressor with these step-by-step instructions....
November 26, 2014
How to Replace the Pump Isolator on an Air Compressor
Stop damage and vibration. Remove and install the rubber isolator feet on an air compressor with these simple instructio...
November 26, 2014
fancyboxy