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Old 06-07-2009, 06:48 PM   #1
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Blue Ox brake system help

My Blue Ox brake system air compressor will not shut off. Any suggestions how to make it shut off and cycle. I have it set to shut off and cycle at 80 PSI. Raising or lowering the setting does nothing
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The usual reason for this is that the system is not holding air pressure, i.e. there is an air leak somewhere. It could be a failed pressure sensor, but that is pretty rare.
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Have you checked to make sure you breakaway switch is properly seated. If so, I would then check to see that the wire going to the back of your break pedal is properly tightened. I had mine loosen up. Also check that the wire pully is properly set.
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Thanks for the replys. The unit will continually run and when the test button is pushed will not return, Like a break away situation. The break away was mot hooked up at the time.

Will be sending it back to Blue Ox on a RMA after speaking with them
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