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ingersoll-rand COMPRESSOR FAULT CODES DESCRIPTION AND repair TROUBLESHOOTING

Following, are the descriptions of the COMPRESSOR fault codes. These are indicated when the “COMPERSSOR MALFUNCTION” lamp is illuminated. The compressor malfunction lamp is shown on the control panel picture in Section 2 of this manual. It is indicated by Item number 9. The engine fault codes are indicated by the “ENGINE MALFUNCTION” lamp that is located under the “COMPRESSOR MALFUNCTION” lamp. The engine fault codes are listed in Section 10 of this manual. Be sure to determine which malfunction lamp is illuminated before beginning the troubleshooting process.

COMPRESSOR CODE 1

Engine  Speed  Less  Than  800  RPM

Explanation:

The  WEDGE  has  received  an  engine  speed  less  than  800  RPM  for 30  seconds.

Effect:

Code  1   is  a  shutdown  condition  and  will  shutdown  the  machine.

TROUBLESHOOTING  STEPS

Code  1

Action Result
Check  engine  fault  codes  for  an  engine

shutdown.    Check for engine fuel  system

restriction  (filter).

 

 

COMPRESSOR CODE 2

Engine  Speed  Greater Than  1900  RPM

Explanation:

The  WEDGE  has  received  an  engine  speed  greater than  1900  RPM  for 30

seconds.

Effect:

Code  2  is  a  shutdown  condition  and  will  shutdown  the  machine.

TROUBLESHOOTING  STEPS

Code  2

Action Result
Check  engine  fault  codes  for  an  engine

shutdown.

COMPRESSOR CODE 3

Engine  Crank  Time  Exceeded

Explanation:

The  engine  crank  time  has  exceeded  15  seconds.

TROUBLESHOOTING  STEPS

Code  3

Action Result
Crank  engine  for  less  than  15  seconds.

COMPRESSOR CODE 5

Engine  Oil  Temperature

Explanation:

The  WEDGE  has  received  an  engine  oil  temperature  greater than  252  Deg  F

Effect:

Code  5  is  an  ALERT  condition  and  will  not  halt  machine  operation.

TROUBLESHOOTING  STEPS

Code  5

Action Result
Step1:

Refer to the engine  manufacturer’s service  manual for

instructions.

COMPRESSOR CODE 6

Engine  Intake  Manifold  Temperature

Explanation:

The  WEDGE  has  received  an  engine  intake  manifold  temperature  greater than 180  deg  F.

Effect:

Code  6  is  an  ALERT  condition  and  will  not  halt  machine  operation.

TROUBLESHOOTING  STEPS

Code  6

Action Result
Step1:

Refer to the engine  manufacturer’s service  manual for

instructions.

COMPRESSOR CODE 8

Water  in  Fuel

Explanation:

The  WEDGE  has  received  a  water  in  fuel  indication  from  the  engine.

Effect:

Code  8  is  an  ALERT  condition  and  will  not  halt  machine  operation.

TROUBLESHOOTING  STEPS

Code  8

Action Result
Step1:

Check the  machine fuel  system and engine fuel filters.

 
step  2:

Refer to the engine  manufacturer’s service  manual for

instructions.

COMPRESSOR CODE 10

Engine  Not  Responding  To  Throttle  Command

Explanation: The engine has not responded to a request from the WEDGE for engine speed change during engine start. This ALERT will only occur during the idle speed time, right after engine start.

Effect: Code 10 is an ALERT condition and will not shutdown the machine. The machine will not perform properly due to the low speed condition.

Circuit Description:

As  shown  in  the  circuits  above,  the  WEDGE  provides  three  types  of throttle

outputs:  frequency,  PWM  and  analog.

 

TROUBLESHOOTING  STEPS

Code  10

Action Result
Step1:

Measure the throttle signal  at the engine  connector.

If signal  not present,  check wiring

and  verify throttle output at

WEDGE.

step  2:

Engine  may not be able to fuel  properly due to  restricted fuel

filters

Replace fuel filter (s)
step  3:

Verify correct machine  ID  plug  is  installed.   If so,  verify

resistance value of ID  plug  and  its connection  to WEDGE

controller.

 
step  4:

Check connector pins at WEDGE  controller and  connector at

engine  controller for corrosion.

COMPRESSOR CODE 11

Too  Many  Start Attempts  During  Auto  Start

Explanation: The WEDGE has made three attempts to start the machine as commanded by the Auto Start Stop controller. The machine failed to start.

Effect: Code 11 is a SHUTDOWN condition and will shutdown the machine.

TROUBLESHOOTING  STEPS

Code  11

Action Result
Step1:

Check the  machine fuel  system and engine fuel filters.

 
step  2:

Check the condition  of the  machine  batteries.

 
step  3:

Cycle  machine  power,  activate the Auto Start input so the

machine will  make another start attempt.   Machine will  go

through  3 crank cycles to attempt start before a  Code  11  is

issued.

COMPRESSOR CODE 29

Engine  shut  itself down:  reason  unknown

Explanation: The engine has shut down. The WEDGE did not shut down the engine.

Effect: Code 29 is a SHUTDOWN condition and will shutdown the machine.

TROUBLESHOOTING  STEPS

Code  29

Action Result
Step1:

Check the  machine fuel  system and engine fuel filters.   Check

for loose fittings  in the fuel  piping  that could  allow air to  be

drawn  into the fuel  system.

 
step  2:

Verify the throttle signal from the WEDGE  is  continuously

supplied  to the engine.

A quick drop  in the throttle signal

could  cause the engine to stop

step  3:

Verify  battery + and - connections to the engine  controller,

inspect harness  connections and  measure voltage drop at

engine  ECM.

 
step  4:

In  the case of the  l-R (John  Deere) engine,  check the

connections for the  crank sensor which  is  mounted  at the front

of the engine.   Loose  pin  connections  in the  connector will

cause  code 29.

 

COMPRESSOR CODE 31

Low Air End Oil Pressure (HP1600 Only)

Explanation: The WEDGE received a closed contact from pressure switch S9, located in the air end on the HP1600 machine. This indicates a low oil pressure in the air end.

Effect: Code 31 is a shutdown condition and will shutdown the machine. The cause of the low air end oil pressure must be repaired to continue machine operation.

Circuit Description:

 

Switch  S9  is  a  12  psi,  normally  open  pressure  switch. If the  pressure  falls  below

12  psi,  the  switch  will  close,  indicating  to  the  WEDGE  controller a  low  air  end  oil pressure.

Component Location:

S9  is  located  in  the  back  of the  air end.

TROUBLESHOOTING  STEPS

Code  31

Action Result
Step1:

Check the air end oil  pressure with  a  mechanical  gauge.

If >  12  psi,  replace  S9

If not,  there  is a  harness or

WEDGE  problem.

COMPRESSOR CODE 32

RT2,  Discharge  Temperature  Sensor  Fault

Explanation: The WEDGE has received an out of limits reading from the RT2 temperature sensor. This reading could be on the high or low end of the range. It is out of the normal range for temperature measurement.

Effect: Code 32 is a shutdown condition and will shutdown the machine.

TROUBLESHOOTING  STEPS

Code  32

Action Result
Step1:

Substitute the thermistor simulator (l-R # 22073878) for RT2

Use the WEDGE service diagnostics to  read  the value for RT2

It should  be approximately 32 degrees  F.

Should  read  approx.   32  Deg  F

If not,  there  is a  harness or

WEDGE  problem.

 

COMPRESSOR CODE 33

PT1 Pressure Transducer Sensor Fault

Explanation: The WEDGE has received an out of limits reading from the PT1 pressure transducer. This reading could be on the high or low end of the range. It is out of the normal range for pressure.

Effect: Code 33 is an ALERT condition and will not shutdown the machine. If the Transducer is defective, the machine could shutdown due to an out of range pressure

TROUBLESHOOTING  STEPS

Code  33

Action Result
Step1:

Substitute the  pressure transducer simulator (l-R # 22168868)

for PT1.   Use the WEDGE  service diagnostics to  read the value

for PT1.   It should  be approximately 30 - 50  psi.

Should  read  30 - 50  psi.

If not,  there  is a  harness or

WEDGE  problem.

COMPRESSOR CODE 35

Machine Over Pressure Condition

Explanation: The WEDGE has received a pressure from PT1 that is greater than 175 psi.

Effect: Code 35 is a shutdown condition and will shutdown the machine. The separator tank high pressure has been exceeded.

TROUBLESHOOTING  STEPS

Code  35

Action Result
Verify  PT1   pressure  transducer  is  reading

correctly.

The  pressure  simulator  (IR#22168868)  can

be  substituted  for  PT1.  This  will  verify

operation  of harness  and  WEDGE  controller.

Using  the  simulator,  PT1   on  the  WEDGE

Diagnostics  should  read  30-50  psi.

COMPRESSOR CODE 36

Safety Valve Open

Explanation: The WEDGE has received a switch closure from S14. This indicates the separator tank safety valve has opened.

Effect: Code 36 is a shutdown condition and will shutdown the machine.

TROUBLESHOOTING STEPS

Code 36

Action Result
Verify  PT1   pressure  transducer  is  reading

correctly.

COMPRESSOR CODE 50

 

Separator Tank Temperature

Explanation: The WEDGE has received a separator tank temperature from RT1 that is greater than 247 degrees F.

Effect: Code  50  is  a  shutdown  condition  and  will  shutdown  the  machine.

TROUBLESHOOTING STEPS

 

Code 50

Action Result
Step1:

Check for package air inlet  restrictions.

 
step  2:

Check for dirty or clogged  coolers.

 

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