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Pressure too high Pasquini Livia 90
Optimum pressure is 1.3-1.4 bar f you have the model Livia with the gauge.It is a problem with the switch that turns on the heaters.It is called a pressure stat switch and it sometimes gets salt/calcium deposit on it that prevents it from cutting of the electricity to the heater.Dangerous as if the vent gets blocked it can explode.Change or clean the switch in vinegar to remove salt/calcium deposits.
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on Jul 14, 2019
Craftsman 33gal.150 psi air compressor:Start on M/T tank not when full. Start & builds up; then drops down to cut in pressure & kicks breaker when starting up.What can I do to fix this problem.
Sounds like you need a higher current circuit. When a motor starts up, there is a higher than normal current draw, usually 2x to 4x the running current. When it starts up against cut in pressure, there is even more resistance and hence more current draw than when starting up against no pressure in the tank. So, your circuit is capable of providing startup current with no presure, but with pressure it is drawing more current and tripping the beaker. Don't just put a higher rated circuit hreaker in unless you want to buern down your house. Get an electrician to measure the starting current of your compressor and wire up a circuit and outlet that will handle that current safely. That said, the advertising for the compressor says it can run on a standard (15 amp) household circuit, so your motor may be drawing excessive current. Either way, an electrician can help you. Another option is to add capacitive start to the compressor, but, again, a good electrician will have the solution.
on Jul 12, 2019
Painting vehicle wheels?
You can paint it with reguslar paint as lomg as you clean it real good and ruff it up with sandpaper. You will have to spray primer on it first before painting it. I hope this helps. Don't forget to rate this answer.
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on Jul 10, 2019
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