Crown RM6000S:
code 832

Code 832.. for reach position sensor shuts off reach , tilt side shift functions.. can not calibrate... its reads 0.0 volts... there is 5 volts at the plug....any ideas if changing sensosr will fix problem?
  • Posted 4 Jun 2016 06:11
  • Discussion started by irrk1
  • Massachusetts, United States
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I seem to be having a similar issue. I'm getting service codes #398 and #823 not accepting calibration for reach position sensor and tilt position sensor, showing 0 volts on display. Anyone have any suggestions would appreciate it, thanks
  • Posted 22 Mar 2017 02:54
  • Reply by stucktruck
  • New Jersey, United States
wasnt the sensor.. i lost a ground over the mast... i ran a jumper from that plug under the cover.. i replaced the whole assembly.. Thanis for your help..
  • Posted 16 Sep 2016 06:02
  • Reply by irrk1
  • Massachusetts, United States
Are you measuring voltage at the plug (CA834)? I'll do some reading to see and get back to you.
  • Posted 24 Aug 2016 14:21
  • Reply by Dfraz916
  • California, United States

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