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Author: rwatts7777 - Replies: 4 - Views: 2813
Have just spent 10 days in the Rockies above 7000 feet.
The 110v compressors ran excessively hard while there. I had to manually turn on the compressors and then turn them off to avoid an "excessive run" situation.
I know the compressors lose about 20% of their effectiveness above 5000 feet.
Does anyone have a better solution? I'm told by Newell that I can not adjust the "on" "off" PSI of the compressor.
Any suggestions? Am now in Kansas and all seems to be back to normal.