Crown SP3500:
ENCODER BEARING 32

HI, I'VE GOT A SP3510-30 MODEL THAT EVERY 6 MONTHS THE ENCODER BEARING 32 KEEPS GOING OUT. IT GIVES THE CODE 430 EVERY TIME. THIS IS A UNIT WITH VERY MINIMAL HOURS AND IS VERY WELL MAINTAINED. DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY IDEAS AS TO WHY THIS WOULD CONTINUE LIKE CLOCK WORK EVERY 6 MONTHS?
  • Posted 14 Aug 2019 00:32
  • Discussion started by OutlawDad
  • Louisiana, United States
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OutlawDad
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A Crown Tech is the one doing the work.
  • Posted 28 Jul 2020 02:34
  • Reply by OutlawDad
  • Louisiana, United States
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OutlawDad
Who is installing the bearing? Need to make sure it's not getting tapped in with a hammer. Even light taps make me nervous with those things.
  • Posted 26 Jul 2020 03:35
  • Reply by lumberjack
  • Maryland, United States
Check U,V,W connections at the motor are not short to chassis, also pump motor terminals to chassis. Any voltage between battery POS/NEG terminals and chassis?
  • Posted 24 Jul 2020 19:09
  • Reply by techno_nz
  • Canterbury, New Zealand
what would cause a voltage spike?
  • Posted 18 Jul 2020 03:47
  • Reply by OutlawDad
  • Louisiana, United States
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OutlawDad
NOT SURE MAN. ALL I KNOW IS THAT THE CROWN TECHS CANNOT FIGURE IT OUT.
  • Posted 14 Aug 2019 02:04
  • Reply by OutlawDad
  • Louisiana, United States
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OutlawDad
Maybe getting a voltage spike? Most sensors do not like over voltage.
  • Posted 14 Aug 2019 02:00
  • Reply by BREWSKI
  • Nebraska, United States
BREWSKI

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