Yale OSO30ECN24/ S#C801N06612E:
Code 2392

Hi all
Have a problem child here code 2392 height encoder volts to high,so I have tried 3 new height encoders,replaced encoder cable, checked for 5 volts at encoder,checked shorts to frame, checked battery loaded and for shorts all ok,replaced 24"proximity switch,battery good,previously replaced
Velocity fuse on bottom of lift cylinder also just replaced the Curtis 1310 vechicle control !
So in closing I'm stumped.please any help would be appreciated.
  • Posted 9 Feb 2024 08:41
  • Discussion started by Pistolpeted
  • Connecticut, United States
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What did you find? Having an identical issue.
  • Posted 8 May 2024 02:08
  • Reply by Zoomer
  • Illinois, United States
Z
Pistol,

While having the encoder voltage pulled up on the display, need to unplug each encoder until you find the one with the most draw. This could be the throttle encoder, mast encoder or return to center encoder. Good Luck
  • Posted 9 Apr 2024 04:08
  • Reply by Fishmech
  • Virginia, United States
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