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Did i screw it up

Turned switch over to open the air and walked out of the garage and remembered to flip the breaker on to start up the air compressor. worked for about 10 minutes and my sander would work, but it would let the air out though. went back into garage, and smelt like a electric fire or somthing, did i do somthing seriously wrong?

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Yes your working to hard with to many things going on , rest .

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Where is the reset button located?


The manual for your sprayer list several possible causes of the motor not starting, but does not indicate the presence of a reset switch. It has Thermal Overload but is reset by simply letting the motor cool.
From the manua: lProblem
A.
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Troubleshooting cause
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The unit is not plugged in.
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Also check the brushes there are 2 panals with 4 screws on the plate top and botton of motor .
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Hi Josh,
A number of things are possible, starting with the obvious that there is fluid in the sprayer and it is under pressure. It is also possible that the pressure sensor (transducer), the motor or its connection to the control board are defective. Best take it to where you bought it to have the electrics checked, or at least have an electrician do it.

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A ground to neutral short should not stop the machine and may be how the breaker panel was wired. Single phase 240 volt power just has two hot lines and the neutral just center taps the transformer winding supplying the 240 volts. The twin breakers that supply this voltage, should both trip even if only one line has a short on it. Check the resistance of L1 and L2 lines to neutral that feed the motor with the breakers off. Each should read nearly equal resistance which usually is only a few ohms when correct. Make sure the motor turns freely by hand as a locked compressor can certainly pop the breakers. If the compressor appears locked, remove the cylinder head(s) and try to turn again. If still locked, one of the connecting rods may have broken in the crankcase. The other problem could be a broken valve assembly in a head. If the motor has a capacitor start and/or run capacitor, it can cause a breaker trip because the motor cannot start with a defective capacitor. Hope some of this helps!

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