Most oil free compressors are throw away meaning they are cheaply manufactured (light duty at best) and when they break the repair cost is more in parts and labor than buying a new replacement compressor. Parts are not always available either for the same reasons. I would replace this compressor with an oil lubricated design.
This is something off topic but i need your help in regarding buying some tools for my air compressor as it stops working and i wanted to get it repair, i have PORTER-CABLE C2002-WK Oil-Free. Suggest me the tools which i will be required for repairing. I have read this guide
but couldn't find anything specific.
Last edited by stevon; 06-18-2019 at 09:50 AM.