Central Pneumatic Air Compressor Manuals (updated for 2020)

Whether you lost your Central Pneumatic air compressor manual or purchased a used Central Pneumatic model that’s missing the manual, below you will find downloadable PDF files of the most common types of Central Pneumatic air compressors. Please use the Contact page if the manual you need is not listed and I’ll do my best to track it down.

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41 Responses to “Central Pneumatic Air Compressor Manuals (updated for 2020)”

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  1. steve hardie says:

    central pneumatic 90234 both wheels are broken. have been many places looking for something that will work ,, any suggestions

    • Rob says:

      You can call Harbor Freight Customer Service at 1-800-444-3353 or simply take one of the broken wheels to a local Home Depot/Lowes to see if they have the same size. A lot of times wheel sizes are shared across various equipment.

  2. Luman Jones says:

    Need a manual for air compressor #38898. It’s a pancake model.

  3. Randall Isaman says:

    I need a manual for a 40400 air compressor, 2 HP – 8 gallon. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

  4. Mike Nichols says:

    Need manual for air compressor model #90234

  5. Jay says:

    Need manual for air compressor model #62894

  6. Jon Terry says:

    Need operator manual for Model # 62802. How can I get it?

  7. Bob Gerngross says:

    Need a manual for a #42321

  8. Michael says:

    manual for model # 95386?

  9. Bill says:

    Need the manual for a 61615 pancake style

  10. andy niedenthal says:

    where do I find a parts manual for a pancake compressor 1/3 HP, 100 psi, the pressure control Valve? was stepped on and broke off, Number on label by handle is 61615

  11. Karen Wilkinson says:

    A manual for model 87080 was not included in the box. Would you please add it to the list? Thank you.

    • Rob says:

      I’m not aware of an 87080 model. Are you sure it’s not the 97080 which is included above?

  12. Dewey Street says:

    I have a 1.8 hp, 26 gallon compressor that needs a brush…I cannot find a model # or any # on the unit. Where is a # located and where can I get the brush?

  13. c case says:

    i need a 69434 manual

  14. Nick Pangaro says:

    Can I get a manual for Model # 94667?

  15. Kathy says:

    Need #61615 please. It’s an oilless pancake model

  16. Shawn says:

    Need a manual for air compressor #77745. Bought at a sidewalk harbor freight sale. It has a hand written number on it no tag. It’s a pancake model looks like #38898. Need a filter assembly.

  17. Larry says:

    Need a manual for air compressor model number 95386

  18. irene says:

    I cannot download/ open page for central pneumatic air compressor 62404. Any suggestions?

    The following is on the page after clicking on the link:
    “404 – File or directory not found.
    The resource you are looking for might have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable.”

  19. Michelle Nunes says:

    I have a Central pneumatic 61454 with no manual, where can I print it.

    • Rob says:

      Looks like Harbor Freight took many of their manuals offline. We’ll work on updating the links above.

  20. Steve mosby says:

    I have a manual for my 62299 but can’t find any parts for it….. PMO…. you get it for a good price but if you can’t find parts for it and are down for a period of time that costs….

  21. Rob Massey says:

    Need manual for 95499 pancake compressor, thank you!

  22. Frank says:

    I have a 2Hp -8 Gallon Central Pneumatic air compressor # 234578. The check valve is cracked and leaking. I have ordered replacement parts twice on line each one of them arrived with wrong threads. I cannot find the manual on line and Harbor Fraight help line cannot find the darn thing. I am frustrated. Can anyone help.

    • Dan says:

      All the fittings are made out of cheap metal and crumble easy. I noticed that the threads all seemed to be slightly off for some reason. The copper pipe is just a tad to wide. I had to grind the compression fitting a little bit to make it slide on to the pipe. I think they must have gotten a good deal on all the pieces because they didn’t meet the standard in production. I have to use a lot of Teflon tape on the threads to get them to deal properly. Jb weld might be useful. I also had to replace the pressure switch. It’s almost not worth repairing the compressor unless you are stubborn like me and have to try fixing things before throwing it out.

  23. James says:

    How can I find the model number of this older 21 gal CP compressor? I don’t see anything hard stamped.

  24. Luke says:

    Can I get a manual for Model # 63635?


  25. David Harris says:

    Looking for same manual 63635 need crankcase cover and gasket