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    Quote Originally Posted by buford View Post
    Did i miss what the entering air temp to condenser is? and the outlet temp. Maybe a air re circulation issue coupled with high load. water clean the cond coil?
    The ambient temp is 35-37 Celsius I think it's normal here. I don't think air recirculation is the issues because discharge line was really high (57-60 c) and liquid line after condenser is drop to ambient(only when applying load and connected to storage tank after a failure run condenser temperature always drop as low as ambient) , condensing unit is perfectly cleaned. Fan speed also right its spec(1300rpm).

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    Is it possible that not enough compressed air flow supply cause more heat to the Dryer?

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