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Service code #58 on TS-30TF
It seems as though we are experiencing a problem with some of our turrets that we have installed a new [url removed] cable kit (pn#133523-012).Operators will use the machines for 2 to 3 hours and call with service code #58 coming up. I have noticed that the new raise lower servo card ( pn#133208-oos) is extremley hot. If we install a new card it will work for another couple of hours until it gets hot and then same problem.
  • Posted 1 Aug 2013 05:31 AM
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check to be sure your negative wire connection is good in the circuit
  • Posted 19 Jul 2017 03:17 AM
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