Question about Air Tools & Compressors
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Im guessing by the switch, you mean the pressure switch?
When the tank is full, there is a check valve, which closes to stop air from escaping through the pressure switch, this is normally located on the tank, from there, there should be a pipe going to the switch. Inside there is the check valve, when there is no pressure, check inside there, if it is dirty, clean it up and put it back in, or replace it, they don't cost that much
Posted on Aug 06, 2012
In 80% of the cases this is the problem. I sulose that you use a lot this compressor so the one way valve gets worn out. The first stel is to pull out the smal hose when the unit stops and see if air escapes. If so then change the black piece in the photo. It will last for a small period of time. I recomend to change the piece in the photo.
This is a way to solve the problem if air escapes trough the small hose.7
Posted on Feb 10, 2016
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