TABLE 3-1. OPERATOR/CREW TROUBLESHOOTING
TEST OR INSPECTION
1. NO AIR COMING OUT OF INFLATOR GAGE
Disconnect compressor unit from main power supply before servicing, replacing
or repairing parts of equipment, to avoid personal injury.
Check to be sure inflator gage hose is connected to globe valve.
Refer problems to higher level of maintenance. (See
Make sure globe valve is opened.
Turn globe valve to open position by turning handle counter
clockwise until it stops.
2. NO PRESSURE IN AIR RECEIVER
Check level of air pressure in air receiver on pressure gage, it
should not be less than 175 PSI (1210 KPa).
If air pressure is less than 175 PSI, (1210 KPa) tighten
Check connections and safety valve for air leaks.
Tighten any leaking connections and safety valve.
Check air receiver drain to make sure it is closed.
Close air receiver drain tightly. If open, a loud noise
from air escaping will be heard.
3. WATER IN INFLATOR GAGE HOSE OR INFLATOR GAGE.
Check to see if there are any loose hose connections and if
inflator gage hose or inflator gage are lying in water.
Drain air receiver of water as described in Chapter 3,
inflator gage from water.