JLG 1930-ES:
Trouble calibrating tilt sensor.

Hi everyone.
I have a 1930ES model that I am trying to calibrate the tilt sensor with the analyzer however it seems the settings wont stick in the memory.
I have leveled the chassis of the machine side to side and front to back with a digital level.
When I go in and look at the raw uncalibrated angles I have "TILT -0.1 -2.4".
Then I back out with the left arrow and tell it to calibrate tilt sensor and hit the enter button for YES then it shows me +0.0 +0.0.
The calibration never says "complete" or "OK".
If I back out and go back to see raw tilt and it's right back to where I started...TILT -0.1 -2.4.
Unless I view "system tilt" on "access level 2" then it shows me +0.0 +0.0.
Am I missing a step here to store the new calibration?
Or is that the way it works?
Thank you
Chris
  • Posted 31 Mar 2024 07:57
  • Modified 31 Mar 2024 09:38 by poster
  • Discussion started by Scrid
  • Nebraska, United States
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Should be when the pothole protection hangs up
  • Posted 2 Apr 2024 04:51
  • Reply by Matthew_Reed
  • New York, United States
Approximately
  • Posted 2 Apr 2024 04:50
  • Reply by Matthew_Reed
  • New York, United States
Hi, is it suppose to be set with the machine at 10' height? The service manual is a bit unclear about the exact procedure.
  • Posted 2 Apr 2024 03:33
  • Reply by Scrid
  • Nebraska, United States
U can verify the machine cuts out when on a slope when u lift up at around ten feet...Then, if you want the tilt to read center...go into analyzer access level 2...take note of all current settings..Then change the model and at least one other option, enter and back out, kill power, then turn on and verify its reading the other type of machine and whatever else you changed...then change those back, enter and kill power, then go in and verify everything is set the way you want, then check tilt and angle calibration...should be reset
  • Posted 1 Apr 2024 08:19
  • Reply by Matthew_Reed
  • New York, United States

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