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Does anybody know what he current draw is for he EAS compressor?
My plug has got heat damage and needs replacing get, what do I need to get?

Also I have rebuilt the valve block but I am loosing get air from the tank through the exhaust port. Definitely from he tank as I put a valve in the line to the tank and if if close that the air stops venting. Any ideas?

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Non return valve from the exhaust pilot valve to the tank might be upside down? Bear in mind that without the exhaust solenoid valve energised the exhaust pilot valve will always be open so it'll dump air from the compressor to atmosphere.
 

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Does anybody know what he current draw is for he EAS compressor?
My plug has got heat damage and needs replacing get, what do I need to get?

Also I have rebuilt the valve block but I am loosing get air from the tank through the exhaust port. Definitely from he tank as I put a valve in the line to the tank and if if close that the air stops venting. Any ideas?

Thanks

I just rebuilt a pump and the amps with no pressure being generated was 6 and with my finger tightly over the outlet it was 12 so it draws quite a bit while building up pressure. No wonder it gets hot...
 
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