Compressor blows breaker at 75 psi
I have a Campbell hausfeld 26 gallon compressor and the pump seized due to no oil. (My bad)
I found a replacement pump made by Campbell but the cfm was rated at 8.6 and 10.2 cfm where my original was rated for 5.7 and 6.4 com.
It was a direct fit so no new plumbing just had to use old flywheel.
It keeps blowing breaker at 75 psi now ( starts to runs slowly just before it pops).
If I run it with belt off or tube unhooked from pump to check valve it runs and runs with ease.
Only blows under load. Had the motor/capacitors checked and they were good.
There's no extension cord being used.
Read I might have to reduce motor pulley size due to the cfm difference. Make any sense? Help! Thanks