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Troubleshooting event 219 and 338
Hello I am having an issue with this lift throwing event codes 219 and 338. I have done everything that can be done from checking wiring to replacing controllers as the troubleshooting has told me to do. It continues to produce these alarms and will not operate. Here's the kicker though it's an intermittent problem. Any information that could be provided would help immensely.
  • Posted 2 Jun 2017 12:10 AM
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219 is CAN tiller error, if the CAN lines ohm out as per the specs then I would change Access 8 in the tiller arm.
  • Posted 2 Jun 2017 03:12 PM
Thank you for the reply. Is there anyway to test the access eight?
  • Posted 5 Jun 2017 01:30 AM
If you can swap tiller sensor, can line, or controller with another truck, I would. You have another 5500 there?
  • Posted 7 Jun 2017 05:17 AM
This is one of three crowns in the entire plant everything else is a yale but the other two are much older models.
  • Posted 7 Jun 2017 09:52 AM
  • • Modified 7 Jun 2017 09:53 AM by poster
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