Mitsubishi ESR15N-24V:
Alarm 323

No hoist,or aux functions.All fuses good,bat 25.8v,S.G. 1.250.All cables god,5 wire cable through mast no shorts or opens.Has dan Foss controllers.Travel normal
  • Posted 2 Nov 2012 04:27
  • Discussion started by JLB63
  • Missouri, United States
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alarm 323 indicates a short circuit HIGH in the pump controller circuit. The description of this alarm is Failure in the power stage during power on. Check on the pump controller itself and see if it has a fuse on it, check and make sure its not blown.
  • Posted 2 Nov 2012 19:27
  • Reply by swoop223
  • North Carolina, United States
You've been swooped!
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