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The pressure guage showed me at what levels

Take the grey cap off pressure switch and adjust spring under bolt you take cap off with to make pressure adjustments

Aug 25, 2014 | Plumbing

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I have a Dewault D55141 air compressor that runs to 150 lbs of pressure and blows the valve and releases air. I bought it new about 2 yrs ago? What needs to be done with this problem? I noticed on this...

150 is your cutout pressure. It's the factory setting and is not a problem. But, It appears you have a pop off (safety) that is set for 125 psi, So, If you want 150 psi, the pop off needs to be adjusted. If you want 125 the the cut out switch needs the adjusting. The setting. More than likely the 125 psi pop off valve is correct and the switch needs to be adjusted down below the pop off pressure. To sdjust the switch, remove the cover of the box the cord comes out of.Adjust using the screw(s). There should be one for cut in and another for cutout pressuressures. The cut in pressure should be 90 psi and the cutout should be at 125 psi.If the pop off valve blows off at 125, It needs either replace or adjusting. It's best to replace it.since the spring inside has lost tension. You will be constantly adjusting it otherwise. Good Luck -Ned_ Take caution not to get your tool or fingers into the electrical in the switch box.

Apr 15, 2011 | Dewalt & 2HP Hand Carry Heavy Duty...

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My compressor does not reach more than 30 psi on tank pressures why ?

hi there,
there are certain reason,try to adjust your pressure switch to as certain pressure you want,doing this refers to service manual on adjusting cut out and cut in pressure.there is adjusting screw on a box, mounted on the compressor tank.another factor for not reaching the set up pressure is lost compression observe on this is, a mechanical malfunction of worn out piston ring.if this a reason replace piston ring this should be done by certified
mechnic.have a nice day dont gorget to fix my rate,thanks a lot.

May 06, 2010 | Craftsman 3 gal. Air Compressor, 1.5 hp,...

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hi there, if the compressor built up a 20 psig and run at 1.5 hrs.then stop.check the pressure switch the differential pressure cut in and cut out limit.adjust the cut out to the corresponding cut out pressure you want but not exceed to the designed pressure tank..this will be done on adjusting cut out pressure screw mounted inside the pressure switch.follow the instruction on the manuals adjusting pressure switch.the run time correspond to the cut out limit of the pressure switch. rate my fix if your satisfied thank a lot.

Apr 20, 2010 | Air Tools & Compressors

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I have an air mate air compressor by emqlo and need to know how to adjust the air pressure

Your power cord should go into a plastic box (the pressure switch). Your on/off switch is probably on the same box. Unplug the unit, remove the cover of the switch, and you will find one or two adjusting screws. The main adjustment is usually a silver or gold screw (NOT the terminals with the wires on them).
Turn clockwise to increase pressure, counterclockwise to decrease pressure.
If the differential (the difference between cut-in and cut-out) needs adjusted, there is sometimes a second (usually plastic) adjusting screw behind and to the left of the main screw to adjust the cut-in without adjusting the cut-out.
You won't get the differential any tighter than maybe 25-30 PSI.
Test run while bleeding off a little air, and see if further adjustment is necessary. If so, you can adjust with the power plugged in IF YOU ARE CAREFUL - the wire terminals in the pressure switch are exposed and they will have voltage that can zap you.
Make sure you don't overpressurize (run higher than rated pressure) the unit, or your motor will overload, or the safety valve will pop off.
Let me know if this helps!

Oct 23, 2009 | Hitachi EC12 Portable Electric 2hp Air...

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Dewalt air compressor runs continuosly, won't shut off , is pressure switch bad

try adjusting pressure switch if goes off may have been just stuck if no change during adjustment change switch

Oct 10, 2009 | Dewalt Air Tools & Compressors

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How do you adjust the pressure switch on the heater?

The Pressure Switch is a safety feature and can not be adjusted. If you are meaning the Gas Pressure for the heater, then that can be adjusted. Instructions for that can be found in the manual, there is one online at the following link:

The instructions for adjusting the Gas/LP Pressure are on the bottom of page 13. The other Pressure Switch is part of the required safety fatures and is not adjustible. If there is too much pressure going through the heater you will need to divert, or "toggle" back the flow of water. If there is not enough water, check for blockages, air leaks or increase the flow of water through the system.

Jul 06, 2009 | Pentair Minimax Ch 400,000 Btu Propane...

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Low pressure flashes when i try to turn on the heater

check strainer and skimmer for excess debris that will cause low flow to heater thus not engaging pressure switch.make sure filter is clean.if all of these check out ,take continuity reading on pressure switch.if no continuity,try to adjust pressure switch if it wont adjust ,its faulty.take extreme caution when adjusting make htr will shut down when pump goes off

Jun 23, 2009 | Jandy Lx Pool & Spa Heater - Electronic...

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We have a onga pump model 445 that we use to draw water from a concrete tank in the ground for our drinking water in the house on our dad has problems adjusting the pressure to it and also trying...

The pump is equipped with a pressure switch.It is a rectangular thing on the discharge side of the pump. If you open its cover, you will see 2 springs with turning bolt on top. The larger spring controls the operating pressure (pressure where you want the pump to stop), and the other one is for the pressure differential (the difference between the pressure you want to stop and the pressure you want to make the pump run again). Usually, the springs are graduated. just turn the adjusting screws to the desired operating pressure and desired differential. For example you want to stop your pump at 40 psi and run it again at 30 psi. Adjust the larger spring to 40 and the smaller one to 10.

Jun 07, 2009 | Plumbing

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