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Feb 5 12 10:53 PM

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compressor tripping  due to over heating. oil level goes down .No leakage observed

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Jul 20 12 12:22 AM

What is the Running Temperature of your compressor? If it runs continously in high Temprature it may lead to oil soldification. What is the condition of Separator? if its in fully choked condition it may create Excess oil carry over which may also lead to redution in oil quantity.

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Jul 11 14 4:10 PM

Your scavenged line is plugged. Have you noticed any oil down stream in your plumbing or point of use? Their is a 1/8 inch or 1/4 copper tube onto of the sump head, this tube goes all the way down to the bottom of the separator and sucks up excess oil that gets threw the separator threw a orifice in the line. Untimely this tube runs back down to your air end, recycling the oil back into the system. If this orifice or tube is plugged you will blow all your oil out into your air system thus making the machine over heat with no apparent leaks. Find the orifice clean it out and your good to go. Make sure you can blow threw the entire tube from sump to air end.

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