Disassemble the pressure switch.
Replace the pressure switch with a new component.
Reassemble by reversing procedures described in paragraphs 4-2c(1)
d. Remove the Capacitor. To remove the capacitor, refer to figure 1-1 and use
the following procedures.
(1) Remove the cable between the motor and the capacitor at the connector
on the capacitor.
(2) Loosen the four nuts and lock washers securing the capacitor bracket to
the base plate.
Slide the capacitor out from under the bracket.
Replace the capacitor with a new component.
Reassemble by reversing procedures described in paragraphs 4-2d(1)
DISASSEMBLE AND REPAIR COMPONENTS
The following paragraphs contain disassembly and repair procedures for those
components on which you can do field repair. Only disassemble the component to the
extent required to accomplish the repair.
a. Disassemble and Repair the Flow Control Valve. You can disassemble,
clean, and repair the flow control valve as required. Refer to figure 4-4 and use the
Remove the hex cap, spring, and orifice seat from the valve body.
Inspect the hex cap O-ring and orifice seat O-ring for damage.
(3) Inspect all parts for wear, pock marks, dirt or other signs of damage.
Clean or replace as required.
(4) Insert the orifice seat (with the O-ring in place), spring, and hex cap (with
the O-ring in place) into the valve body and tighten securely.
When installing the flow control valve on the compressor, be sure to
connect the end marked INLET to the flex hose from the drying