GA37 shuts down on element outlet

The compressor shuts down with element outlet temp. going high.


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May 07, 2016
Compressor still overheats
by: Bill

As noted in an earlier post:

advice
by: Anonymous (174.114.233.38)

if your compressor overheats within seconds of starting, your problem is oil stop valve

May 07, 2016
compressor still stops
by: angad kumar

sir compressor immediately has high again. We are filter change, oil change, valve change but problem still not solved

Mar 28, 2016
GA37 shuts down on element outlet
by: John Kwofie

Element outlet alarm could be oil leakages leading to low oil level and consequently leading to high temperatures. Leakages have to be fixed.

Jan 27, 2016
my compressor shut down within a minute
by: Frank

Y does my compressor shut down within a minute showing about 130c?

(Please start a new thread. Thank you.)

Dec 17, 2015
advice
by: Anonymous

if your compressor overheats within seconds of starting, your problem is oil stop valve

if it takes a few minutes or longer to over heat it is likely low on oil, coolers are plugged, or your thermostat valve is sticking

to determine if thermostat valve is working, feel the fittings leading into and out of the oil cooler when unit is running hot, both should feel hot, if one feels close to ambient temp your thermostat valve needs to be replaced or bypassed

Dec 13, 2015
OIL SPECIFIED FOR GA37
by: FURQAN WARIS

SIR KINDLY TELL ME MY GA 37 SCREW ROTATORY AIR COMPRESSOR TEMPERATURE HIGH AND I THINK THAT I CHANGED COMPRESSOR OIL .KINDLY CAN YOU TELL ME THE BEST OIL FOR GA 37.SIR KINDLY RESPOND EARLIER.

Sep 03, 2015
GA 37 Shut down
by: Anonymous

Thank you Carl. We will try that

Sep 03, 2015
Overheating
by: Carl

Quite simple, its overheating, check oil level, clean/blow out cooler, check/replace thermo valve.
Make sure fan is spinning.
Do all above, if no change then post a reply to this message

Kind Regards
Carl

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