Question about Porter Cable Cable 135 PSI, 15 Gal. Oil - Free Horizontal Compressor CPF4515

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Heres the probem-when I turn the compressor on,it acts like the motor brushes are bad. It turns about 3 rotations and quits. If I take the outlet line off the head,it runs fine. As soon as I hook the outlet line up,it dies. I have chcked and cleaned the check valve and checked all the lines for restrictions. I have even taken the check valve out,hooked up the line and ran it that way and it worked,it just wont run when everything is re-assembled.

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Hi,
It sounds like you have narrowed it down to the check valve...are you sure you are installing the check valve in the correct direction??? Can you blow through the check valve???
Seems like you have a real good handle on everything just need to find out why it won't work with the check...the check seems to be blocking the air flow for some reason...

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