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Kicking overloads but not consistantly

Quincy air comp. 115600-j34.7.5 hp, 460 v 9.6 amps 200lbs tank.on at 70 lbs off at 92 lbs it takes approx. 2 min. to come back on.there are 2 cmpressors lead and lag.a,b, and c ph are real close to max. amps b and c on 1 comp. are 10 amps.I've tightened every screw in the electric box but nothing was out of the ordinary.thank you for your help

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First: Most all compessors use check valves at the tank and an unloader to allow the compressor to start without a load. Make sure that system is unloading and that check valve is not leaking causing head pressure at start. Second: Too frequent starts and stops will cause motor to overheat. Check Quincy manual for max starts per hour. enjoy

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