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the real question is do you really have oil pressure, check wires on oil sensor pressure switch or sending unit , the other is a pluged oil pressure sending unit but take the time to check oil pressure with a manual gauge if all elese fails
Put it to run while holding the bullseye, you'll see the decimel move, wait for a number other than the run time to show and hit down, up, down, up, down, up then hit the bullseye until you see EC, it should should EC00, if not, select EC00 using up or down, then hit the bullseye until it says save and hit up and the bullseye again.
There can be one of many parts which is gone : Flash tube,capacitor,trigger cap.or triggering switch. Warning as it has 330 volts even when battery is removed do not open if you are not aware of the risks. Sunpak 383 contains no bulbs inside.
That means that when the switch is turned on , and the complessor is pluged into a power outlet, the electric motor will start when the air pressure in the tank drops below 80 psi.and the motor will stop when the pressure reaches 100 psi.