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Event 101\102\405\431 all immediately once keyed on.
Good day all. Would anyone perhaps know the procedures for the following event codes.
Event 101\102\405\431 all immediately once keyed on.

Brand new wave.
Client did an incorrect charge procedure now machine charges correctly and battery's test OK. But when keyed on I get the above event codes straight way.

Learning everyday.
  • Posted 4 Dec 2017 08:15 PM
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  • Ifixit
  • Pennsylvania, United States
Did you look inside the WAV for the service book? All the new Crowns come with it, and it has all the codes and troubleshooting steps
  • Posted 8 Dec 2017 05:59 PM
Hi, yes I had All covers off. The only books within the machine were the operator manual in the pouch by the floor plate. The other book is beneath the floor plate is a parts manual in the plastic tube. It seems maybe the agent here removes the service Manuals so clients do not have access to them and only the service department does.

Anyway, I managed to find the fault.
The mast cable on the right hand side when in the operation position took a pinch where the small bracket holds it to the mast. ( lift the platform up).

Thanks :)

Learning everyday.
  • Posted 9 Dec 2017 05:13 PM
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