Crown SP3000:
code 43

have a code 43 heading to the customers soon anyone had this before point in a direction have the book doesn't give you much though as far as possible causes.
help would be greatly appreciated
  • Posted 21 Jun 2012 06:00
  • Discussion started by VAN_CEN
  • British Columbia, Canada
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The control card yellow wire pin was loose re crimped and proble was resolved
  • Posted 18 Jul 2012 10:53
  • Reply by VAN_CEN
  • British Columbia, Canada
do a volt drop test across the drive fuse and the ED contactor. You have to load test the fuse. You may read 24 volts across an unloaded fuse. Once under load you will see the voltage drop. Do the same with the ED tips. Check them under load. The voltage across an unloaded fuse may be stored voltage in the caps. A lot of guys have been burnt by a blown drive fuse.
  • Posted 29 Jun 2012 00:57
  • Reply by mfctech
  • Ohio, United States

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