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The unit could have trash in the valve not allowing it to seat. Relief air and clean. If the unit blows air out for a couple of seconds after the unit shuts down that is normal. That is how the pneumatic valve works.

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If it is restarting that frequently you have an air leak somewhere. First check the drain valve on the bottom of the tank. If that's closed do the following to find the leak: You should remove the cover on the manifold where the guages are and get a spray bottle with soapy water in it. Let the compressor run until it shuts off then unplug it so it won't keep restarting while your working. Spray the soapy water on things like the copper line from the pump to the tank, the pressure regulator, guages and around the tank drain valve. You are looking for bubbling from an air leak. Make sure it's from a leak and not just boiling the solution off as parts of the compressor will get quite hot while it's filling the tank. Whatever is leaking has to be tightened or replaced.

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In addition, check the exhaust hose(s) for obstruction r drooping to much. Either will trap moisture that should be exhausting out the window.

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