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Bleeding air from fitting on side of pressure switch, fitting has 1/4 tubing running to it. This pressure switch is new out of the box.

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The fitting on the side of the pressure switch is an unloader and should bleed air when the compressor shuts off, if it continues for more than 30 seconds then the tank check valve on the pump discharge line where it enters the tank is not closing off and needs to be checked or replaced

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