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The layout of the suction valving pressure release and overload valve

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SOURCE: dyson blowing top of cyclone air release valve.

It sounds like the same problem I was having. I had loss of suction through he hose then all of the air was coming out through the vent/valve on top of canister. If you are looking at your dyson from the back, look at the bottom. You will see a purple plastic tab on the bottom left. That allows you to remove the plastic u-shaped hose that goes from the hose to the bottom of the dyson. I just removed that and found it was completley blocked. I removed it and the dyson has no loss of suction orair through top valve/vent. I hope this helps. I never post but i'm just excited that I got my dyson working perfectly again.

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SOURCE: Ingersol T30 won't shut off and blows pressure release valve

the wire juction box on your compressor has a pressure switch that may be wound in to tight take the cover off the box there should be a switch with a machine screw with nut and washer and spring back this nut off and see if that helps if you go to far you just crank it back in until the switch hit although it may be the other way around you may have to tighten to lower the pressure some of them are made that way if this does not solve your problem send me a picture of the switch and can solve it from there

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No you don't. The hi/lo awitch is on the tubing at the drier.

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    SOURCE: when upright makes high pitched noise - like a release valve is blowing out excess pressure and wont **** through tube

    Hi there,

    I'm sorry to hear you're having difficulty with your DC14. From what you've described, it sounds as if the relief valve is activating because the wand, hose or U-bend is blocked. This is easy to resolve - please follow the steps shown in our online support guide:

    http://www.dyson.com/support/help.asp?article=626&product=DC14-ALLFLOORS_US

    If you need any further assistance or advice, please call us free on 0800 298 0298 (UK), or 1-866-693-9766 (US) so we can help.

    Best wishes,

    Jack
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    These pumps have unloaders to help the motor from being overloaded at startup, one type is centrifugal that is built to work off the crank, the other can be a pressure release valve that is set up to release the pressure in the chamber after it shuts down after full pump up. This is typically head as air escaping right after the compressor stops running after a complete fill.

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    I have d55155 and cant get over 60 psi, it never shuts off. how do i tell where the leak, o ring, or teflon tape should go. should the release valve be in a certain position? it seems down all the way


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    When the pool pump is working water flows freely with good pressure but there are air bubbles. when the barracuda is connected the pump looses the pressure, the g3 moves sporadically and the water flow is...


    If you are seeing air bubbles in the leaf pot on the pump, you have an air leak on the suction side somewhere between the pump and the pool. Check the pump lid o-ring for any dirt, leaves, etc. Make sure the O-ring on the lid is not cracked, dry (lubrication like Aladdin's Magic Lube) or compressed or flattened. Also check your union or threaded connections to the pump suction (end) to insure they are tight and sealed. If this is an in-ground pool, and equipped with valves to control skimmers and bottom suction, close each valve separately to see if the air bubbles diminish. If the bubbles diminish when the valve is closed, then the air leak is in the closed section from that valve back to the pump. If the air leak increases, the air leak is in the still open line. Since the Kreepy crawly works on suction and increases the vacuum, the air leak will become more apparent, resulting in a loss of pump efficiency and flow, resulting in lost performance on the cleaner. If so equipped, close off the bottom drain valve and increase the suction on the vac line. I can provide further details as needed, but will need more information from you regarding actual equipment layout.

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    You suspect this unit as being a two stage because of the unusually high cut off pressure. It is a single stage and the motor really has a difficult task and is being pushed to the limits. to reach this pressure. We usually reset the pressure to lower setting ~~ say around 140. Your pump probably has a leaking intank check valve (brass fitting at tank) or leaking valve plate in pump. Simple tests : with pressure in tank unplug compressor from outlet and listens for air leak around pressure switch. As you unplug the running compressor from outlet you should hear air leaking from pressure switch for just a moment as air is let out of airline from pump to tank. If air leaks out till zero pressure then change the valve. If tank holds pressure then valve probably ok. Next test, with no air in tank and air filter removed, plug in compressor and feel intake port for strong suction. If the valve plate is bad, suction will decrease as pressure neers the 120 mark till the point of feeling that air is actually blowing out of intake. With good valve plate there will be strong suction untill unit reaches set pressure. If valve plate is bad also change the cylinder and piston ring. Good luck with your repair.

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    Unloader valve releases a lot of air when compressor shuts off and will not let the motor kick in blows breaker


    This is usually a problem with the check valve. The unloader valve on your pressure switch is designed to bleed the pressure off the head of the compressor. With a leaking check valve the pressure isn't relieved from the head and the pump can't turn causing the motor to overload and blow the breakers.

    To troubleshoot your problem try the following:

    Trace the 1/4" line that connects to the unloader back to the tank. You'll find a fitting there. Remove the lines and then the fitting. Sometimes cleaning that valve will alleviate the problem. If not you need to replace the check valve.

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    Auto shut off is carried out by means of a spill valve or also know as a control valve. When the gun is closed, pressure is built within the machine and within the spill valve. With the pressure the spill valve is compressed and pushes on a microswirch. When this is done the microswitch shhuts the machine down. Now your problem is caused by one of 2 faults. Either the spill valve is faulty or the micro swithch is faulty. Most machines it is the spill valve which mostis the fault. But microswitches are also delicate and also get faulty. A rare reason for your problem is that both the spill valve and the micro switch are faulty. The spill valve and the micro swith, is rarely serviceable. So I advice you change the two of them by new ones. A bit of advice do not leave the machine running with closed gun ...because this as I said builts pressure in the machine and damage is done to internal suction and delivery valves. Sometimes even the high pressure hose can burst. These results can also hurt a person. If you open the machine yourself you often locate the spill valve under a cap with a micro switch and you see a black wire attached to the cap. If you intend to use the old spill valve, this must be lubricated with special silicon grease. The job is very simple. All you have to do is open the cover and locate the spill valve.
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