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May be the battery is weak.

Also check if it has not yet contacted virus, virus might make it malfunction.

Take care.

Posted on Nov 13, 2009

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I had a water line bust. After fixing the leak, I lost water pressure. Someone tried to fix the problem and now we have little to no water flow. I have to pumps . The smaller pump that feeds the house is...


The nut on the larger spring in the pump pressure switch: Usually the larger nut in the pump pressure control switch adjusts the pump cut-on ("cut-in") AND pump cut-off pressures simultaneously. This is the left-hand spring (and nut) in our photo. That means that whatever the gap is between the cut-on pressure and the cut-off pressure, that gap is maintained, but the entire operating range of the pump is raised or lowered. Turning the large nut clockwise RAISES BOTH the cut-on and cut-off pressures. So turning the large nut clockwise shifts the whole operating pressure range of the pump UP to HIGHER pressures.
Conversely, turning the large nut counter-clockwise will lower the whole pump operating range. This is the simplest adjustment to make.
Photo (left) courtesy of a reader.
The nut atop the smaller spring in the pump pressure switch: this nut is used to narrow or widen the gap between the pump cut-on and pump cut-off pressures. This is the right-hand spring (and nut) in our photo).

Turning the small nut clockwise (tighter) will RAISE the CUT-OFF pressure, and vice versa, loosening or turning the nut counter-clockwise will lower the cut-off pressure. Watch out! If you loosen this nut too much you can set the cut-off pressure below the cut-on pressure and the pump will turn on and run forever (or until it burns up.)
Which nut to turn in the pump pressure switch control, and which direction to turn it, are usually visible on a label inside the pressure switch cover. Above we show photos of a common Square D water pump pressure control switch (Schneider Electric) and the label with pump control adjustment details. [Click to enlarge].
Here are Example Pump Pressure Switch Adjustment Instructions from Square -D Understanding how pump pressure control switches work and which way to turn which of the two nuts in the control can be confusing.
On a Square-D Pumptrol® 9013FSF-2 pump pressure switch, for example, Square D tells us that we
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    In other words, adjusting the pressure on this spring shifts the whole operating range of the switch up or down, but keeps the difference between cut-in and cut-out the same, whatever it happens to be (typically it's about 20 psi from the factory.)

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  • Turn the Differential Nut #2 (the smaller spring and nut) clockwise to raise the cut-out pressure.

    If you want the water pump to turn OFF (cut out or cut-off) at a higher water pressure, turn this nut clockwise or "tighter".

    If you want the water pump to turn OFF (cut out or cut-off) at a lower water pressure, turn this nut counter clockwise or "looser"

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Square d recommends that the pressure switch be adjusted to specifications of the particular switch (which is sold in pressure ranges preset at the factory). The switch will be erratic it adjusted out of the factory setting range.
From Square D: (adjust the desired cut-in pressure first, then cut-out)
Cut-in: The large spring controls the cut-in pressure. To make adjustments, turn the nut clockwise (compressing the spring) to raise the cut-in point or counterclockwise to lower the point of cut-in.
Cut-out: The small spring is the differential adjustment and controls the cut-out pressure. To raise the cut-out pressure turn the small nut clockwise (more differential); to lower the cut-out pressure turn counterclockwise.

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My compressor runs upto 145 psi before it shuts off, which is fine, but drains down to 80 psi before it kicks it, I want it to kick in around 100 or 105 psi, under the cover are two screws one is plastic...


Usually you have a screw set in the middle and one set off to the right or left. One (normally center), will adjust the cut-in and cut-out pressure, the other will only effect the cut-out. Clock-wise to raise for both screws.
I am not positive on your make of switch but it is probably a Furnas or similar brand switch.

To get the desired setting you will need to adjust both screws.First you will need to lower the "Cut-out" screw this should be the plastic screw. Turn this counter clock-wise. You will need to drop it the same amount that you want to raise the "Cut-in" pressure.
Second turn the "Cut-in" "Cut-out" screw clock wise to raise both the settings.
If you raise the "Cut-in" psi without lowering the other first you will end up with a "Cut-out"pressure of 165 psi.
Since I am not positive on the brand check your setting after your first adjustment to verify you are changing the "Cut-out" only psi. Make small adjustments, 1/2 to 1 turn of the screw.

If you have any problems please don't hesitate to ask for a clarification. Hope this helps.

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Normally you can find the setting instructions on the underside of the switch cover.
In almost all compressor switches you will find two adjustment screws. One is for the "Cut-in/Cut-out" or "Cut-on/Cut-off" psi. The other for "Cut-out" psi only. If there is no label the easiest way to tell the difference is by the springs. The "Cut-in/Cut-out" is the larger of the two springs.

Start by turning the smaller or "Cut-out" screw counter-clockwise. This will decrease the Cut-out psi. I would say to back it off 1 1/2 or 2 turns. Now run the compressor and check where your max psi is. Your target is 105psi if your present "Cut-in" psi is 80psi. Once you have that setting at 105psi, move to the larger screw or "Cut-in/Cut-out" adjustment. Turn the screw clock-wise making 1/4 turns adjustment until you reach the 100/125 psi.

By blow off I assume you mean the unloader valve. There really isn't any setting for the unloader because it's built in to the valve itself.

Since there are some variations for this switch please let me know and I'll explain how to make the adjustments for your type.
Or if you are unclear about anything here just let me know and I will be happy to help you out.
Hope this helps.

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Generally, the pressure switch is not adjusted more than once or twice in the life of the compressor since the discharge pressure can be adjusted with pressure regulator. However the life of the compressor can be increased if lower pressure settings are maintained. Your pressure switch was set at the factory to a setting of about 120 - 150. If your cutout pressure is higher than 150 surely lower.
STEP 1: Turn Main Calibration Screw ( center screw with large spring) clockwise to increase pressure and turn counter-clockwise to decrease pressure.

STEP 2: Turn Differential Pressure Screw (small spring) clockwise to decrease cut-in pressure and
turn counter-clockwise to increase cut-in pressure.

Differential Pressure is defined as the difference between cut-out and cut-in pressure. There should be about 7 to 12 psi difference between cut-out and cut-in.
In our shop we rarely adjust more than a couple of turns because these switches are sensitive.
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