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Hi what happens is i turn on the compessor it hums only then the thermal cutout cuts out after 10 seconds or so i turn off reset thermal cut and try again same thing happen thank in advance

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You may be drawing too much current thru cord causing relay to trip, plug compressor cord directly into 20 amp circuit. As these tools get older and used the motor windings get hotter. Try pumping up with no pressure in tank and tank bleed valve open. I have experienced this dozens of times with many makes of small to mid-sized compressors.

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