Thermoking Ts 500 Operating Manual

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Covers: Thermo King TS-500 NAD Maintenance • System TS-500 30 SR (918310) • System TS-500 50 SR 230V (918311) • System TS-500 50 SR 460V (918312) • System TS-500 30 SR (919200) • System TS-500 50 SR 230V (919201) • System TS-500 50 SR 460V (919202) • System TS-500 30 TK376 (920140) • System TS-500 50 230V TK376 (920141) • System TS-500 50 460V TK376 (920142) Pages: 164 Format: PDF file Compatibility: Windows/Mac/Tablet Note: Instant digital download only – no printed copy or CD-ROM media.

Hello friend, thank you for your post! I see that you are having issues with your Electrolux refrigerator displaying a code of '59-CE' and nothing is working. That is not a valid error code. However, 'CE' stands for a communication error and this can be cleared out by a reset on your refrigerator. In order to reset your refrigerator you can disconnect power from it for roughly ten minutes. If the reset does not help correct your issue it could be a possible problem with your main control panel or UIB (User Interface Board). I would recommend having a technician out to your home to perform a diagnosis and repair.

This will help you avoid any part purchases that are not needed for a repair. I hope this information is helpful to you.

3 Introduction This manual was written to assist with the installation of Thermo King TS-200, TS-300 and TS-500 Series Systems onto truck bodies specifically designed and built for these applications.

Thermo King Ts 500 Operating Manual

-Matt Mar 13, 2015 . Hell Bill, I am happy to assist you! Sounds like you are referring to the temperature alarm. When the refrigerator is beeping or buzzing, it may be a warning sign of a possible malfunction or an unsafe, interior temperature.

2017 Zafira Repair Manual. To silence the buzzer, you can depress the ALARM OFF button. However, if you have already done this, try unplugging the unit or flipping the household circuit breaker for about ten minutes. If the alarm continues, it could possibly be experiencing a communication problem with the temperature control/board or wiring failure. I would recommend connecting with a professional appliance tech for a clear-cut diagnosis or the manufacturer directly.

Aug 01, 2013 . READ THIS THIS IS A LIST OF THINGS THAT CAN CAUSE THIS PROBLEM ELECTRICAL ROUTINE Powertrain Control System Electrical inputs/outputs, vehicle wiring harnesses, powertrain control module, SSA on, transmission range (TR) sensor Run On-Board Diagnostics tests. Refer to Powertrain Control/Emissions Diagnosis Manual for diagnosis. HYDRAULIC/MECHANICAL ROUTINE External Shift Linkage Damaged, out of adjustment Inspect and repair as necessary.

Verify linkage adjustment. After repairing linkage, verify that the transmission range (TR) sensor is correctly adjusted. Incorrect Pressures Low line pressure Check pressure at line pressure tap. Carry out Line Pressure and Stall Speed Tests.

Refer to Special Testing Procedures in this section. If pressure is low, check the following possible components: main control, pump assembly, reverse clutch assembly, low/reverse clutch assembly. Main Controls Bolts out of torque specification Adjust bolts to specification. Gasket damaged Inspect for damage.

Repair as necessary. 1-2 shift valve, SSA, main regulator valve, low/reverse modulator valve, low/reverse accumulator piston, pressure tap plate damaged, missing, stuck, misassembled Inspect for damage. Repair as necessary. Separator plates damaged Inspect for damage.

Repair as necessary. Hydraulic passages damaged Inspect for damage. Repair as necessary. Pump Assembly Bolts out of torque specification Adjust bolts to specification. Gasket damaged Inspect for damage.

Install new as necessary. Porosity/cross leaks/ball plug missing or leaking, plugged hole Install a new pump assembly. Pump support seal rings, No. 7, damaged Inspect for damage. Repair as necessary.

Reverse Clutch Assembly Carry out Air Pressure Test. Seals, piston damaged Inspect for damage. Repair as necessary.

Ball check valve damaged Inspect for damage. Repair as necessary. Friction elements worn, severely damaged or misassembled Inspect for damage.

Repair as necessary. Piston return spring damaged Inspect for damage. Repair as necessary. Reverse clutch hub to forward/coast/direct hub splines damaged Inspect for damage. Repair as necessary.

Low/Reverse Clutch Assembly Carry out Air Pressure Test. Seals or piston damaged Inspect for damage. Repair as necessary. Friction elements worn or severely damaged Inspect for damage. Repair as necessary. Piston return spring damaged Inspect for damage.

Repair as necessary. Wave springs missing Inspect for damage. Repair as necessary. Piston bore damaged Inspect for damage. Repair as necessary. Forward/Coast/Direct Clutch Cylinder Reverse seal rings damaged, missing, misassembled Inspect for damage. Repair as necessary.

Case Reverse to low/reverse clutch feeds have severe cross- leakage or porosity Carry out Air Pressure Test. Inspect for damage. Repair as necessary. Reverse/Overdrive Gear Set Damaged Inspect for damage. Repair as necessary. With all that said, you need to have it taken to either the Ford dealer or transmission shop to pinpoint the exact cause of the problem.

Either way, it's likely that the transaxle is going to require removal and disassembly to repair, if the TR sensor isn't the cause. You may print this answer and bring it into the servicing tech, in order to expedidite the diagnosis process. Hope this helps. Apr 23, 2009 . (Quated From Hoshizaki Technical Bulletin) An alarm code of 3 beeps every 3 seconds means that the control board has shut down on the 60 minute freeze cycle back up timer.

The “E” control board has a 60 minute timer that starts at the beginning of the freeze cycle. If the float switch fails to open and start the next harvest within 60 minutes, the board will automatically start the harvest cycle. If this occurs in two consecutive cycles, the control board will shut the unit down on the manual reset, freeze cycle back- up timer.

The yellow fault LED marked “60 min.” will illuminate. This safety is designed to help prevent a freeze up of the evaporator. Once you have identified the 60 minute alarm, there are several things to check. Reset the alarm by depressing the white reset button to the right of the fault LED’s. This must be done with the power “ON”. Now check the float switch to see if it is stuck in the up position.