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Hey guys . Does this look right to you? Aren’t the lines supposed to be in 3 different ports?

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one supply, one to unloader.  The extra tee line goes to?

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11 minutes ago, Freightrain said:

one supply, one to unloader.  The extra tee line goes to?

It looks like they put the compressor and another line together on one port. I think this is part of my new problems

i cant tell which line is for reservoir and which line is for dryer

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11 minutes ago, Freightrain said:

one supply, one to unloader.  The extra tee line goes to?

Air drier. The the exhaust port to the left in picture always stays open/ not plugged 

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6 minutes ago, Mackpro said:

Air drier. The the exhaust port to the left in picture always stays open/ not plugged 

So those tee’d lines are supposed to share a port?

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1 hour ago, RobM626 said:

So those tee’d lines are supposed to share a port?

Yes, one goes to compressor and other to drier. The other line by itself, goes to the first/wet air tank

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I'm guessing it uses that unloader signal to dump the drier also?  

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4 hours ago, Freightrain said:

I'm guessing it uses that unloader signal to dump the drier also?  

yes

 

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