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Gday all, just signed up and cant believe how much you cover in here. Love it!
Anyway, i found a couple of threads on here relating to the MDR2 pressure switch, and was wondering if anyone has payed much attention when adjusting the cut out on one of these?
I have one fitted to a compressor which isnt cutting out, its just blowing the release valve.
Ive read that you need to adjust the two nuts for the cut out pressure together, but mine are at different heights and im not sure if they should be screwed down/up to the same height? (Hopefully that makes sense to someone...)
Hi Sam i am,
Attached is a pdf that shows the setting proceedure for the Condor Pressure Units, hope it is of some help.
Thanks very much for the PDF Keith. I have no idea why, but unfortunately they didnt include the MDR2.
I had time to have a better look at it last night anyway and got it sorted out. On first inspection i thought the springs you adjusted were contacts as part of the switch, hence my question.
Had more of a look and they only add pressure to each corner of a plate, so should be adjusted to the same height.
Thanks again Keith.
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