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Re: Air Pressure by Joe
Post New Message What is probably happening is that the air is feeding into another tank and the check valve for the other tank is sticking so that the first tank will have to build farther than normal to "bleed" over to the second tank. The spring brake is run off the second tank, so when the pressure drops enough, the brake comes on.
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