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Takes a long time 2 build 130 lbs. of pressure & cannot keep consistent amount of replacement air refilling tank while i use my angle grinder for more30 -50 seconds. oil level good, could motor be wrong or pulley or both?

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Check the oil in the cylinder, check if single phase type on the capacitor to the motor, replace if the speed/torque is low.
check belt for slippage ,if so tighten by pulling the motor backwards after loosening the mountings and then tightnening.
If the motor speed is good and still the pressure build up is low then it is possible that there is low compression in the cylinder. Might have to overhaul to better efficiency. Hope there is no leak in the tank or drain or the cut off valves.

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