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I have a craftsman 22 gal 5 hp air compressor that runs about five seconds when I turn on and blows breaker to receptical every time..makes air for the little time it runs


check the amps requirements for the compressor, it should be at least 20 amp breaker without much else on it running at the same time.See what else goes off when breaker trips

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Should the fan operate all the time in my refrigerator


Most of the time it runs only when the compressor is running. In other words compressor and fans will run together when the fridge thermostat ask for cold and stops together when thermostat is satisfied. In newer fridges some time inside fan (evaporator fan) might PERIODICALLY run without compressor to circulate little cool air to fridge compartment from freezer compartment.

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HDC 2HP 5 Gal Pancake Air Compressor - replaced pressure switch - now takes long time to pump tire - motor runs long time - slow recovery - actually overheated and melted off the plastic part on muffler....


Barb:
Your compressor takes standard 30 weight compressor oil or 30 weight motor oil... you need to put in the correct amount. The slow recovery is due to a leak somewhere. after adding the proper amount of oil, run the compressor and use a soapy solution to check for leaks. Check especially the tube that runs from the compressor head to the tank, and also check the air connection at the pressure switch. When you find the leak, you can disconnect the connection and use Teflon tape on the male end connector.

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24ABR348A0031010 compressor starts then stops. Carrier 4 ton R22 unit. Worked great, then fan runs all the time. Compressor will start for less than a minute, then stop. Basically compressor will not stay...


Hello RR Hard start can't hurt BUT dosen't sound like the problem.Do you have a scroll compressor?They don't need a kit.Does it start every time?It could be short cycling on LOW PRESSURE SWITCH.If the unit is (pumping down) during the run time you have a restriction in the system.Make sure the service valves are open ,do you have a filter dryer colgging up or a bad TXV valve also could cause short run times.20-30 PSI the switch cuts out.

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Inside fan never shuts off. Freezes fine.


The fan is controlled by the by the electronic control located in the back by the compressor.

If the fan is running all the time there is something we need to determine before replacing parts.

Is the compressor also running all the time? The inside fan should run at the same time as the compressor, if they are both running then check and clean the coils behind the freezer. If they are clean and both running then check the door seal to make sure it is not broken or torn. If all these are okay then the compressor is just wearing out and getting inefficient.

If the compressor is not running and the inside fan is running the problem is within the control board down by the compressor, this is a replace only component and runs about $180.00

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Does the fan is on all the time?


old subzeros the CONDENSER FAN MOTOR RUNS OLD THE TIME. SAME WHIT THE EVAPORATOR FAN MOTOR. RUNS ALL THE TIME. now fos systems whit 2 compressor the condenser fan motor run for both compressor. only stop when both compressor stop......

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Compressor runs loaded continuously even in low/no demand periods


Each compressor should be checked several times per year as to length of time it takes to fill an empty tank to set pressure. This will provide chart of performance / efficiency. I believe that compressor #2 is not running to full capacity. If compressor # 2 is suffering from leaking valves or headgasket the head and air discharge temp will higher than compressor #1. Good luck!

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I recently had a new outdoor unit installed on my central heat and air conditioning sytem. I have had the installer out 3 times and the system still does not operate correctly. Sometimes when it cycles...


It sounds like the compressor needs starting components installed on it. All a/c units have a run capacitor for the compressor and another one for the condenser fan motor. These motors use these capacitors all the time when the motor is running. However, in some cases, this capacitor isn't enough to get the compressor spinning initially. Starting components consist of two parts, a start capacitor and a potential relay. The starting components are wired in in series with the compressor run capacitor. When the compressor turns on, the start capacitor gives the compressor an extra "kick in the pants" to get it going, then as soon as the compressor is spinning, the potential relay disconnects the start capacitor from the circuit for the duration of the run time and resets when the compressor turns off. Most likely, your indoor unit has a thermal expansion valve (commonly known in the trade as a TXV). This valve maintains a somewhat substantial differential between the high side and low side of the compressor after the system turns off which can be difficult for the compressor to overcome without help. Right now the compressor is trying to come on, can't overcome the pressure, and is tripping it's internal overload to protect itself. Eventually, as the overload repeatedly trips and resets over and over, the compressor will finally get around to a position where it will start once in a while. I am not a gambling man and I would bet you money that this will solve your problem. If you would be so kind as to rate my solution "Fix-Ya".

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