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Troubleshooting
Slope Sensor Symptoms
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P-32+ and P-32 Operator’s Manual P/N: 1001547-01
Slope Sensor Symptoms
Slope Sensor Symptom 1
Cross Slope displays Error on the Control Box’s Control Screen.
Probable Cause
Both Control Boxes are selected for slope or have a defective cable.
1. Cross slope operates one side at a time. Verify only one Control Box has been selected for slope.
2. Verify that the slope cable is connected securely and properly.
3. Swap slope cable from other side to check cable.
Slope Sensor Symptom 2
Cross Slope drives cylinder in the wrong direction.
Probable Cause
Slope sensor installed incorrectly.
1. Verify the Slope Sensor is positioned correctly on the transverse beam. “Slope Forward” Decal must be in
direction of travel.
2. Check that the machine is properly wired and hydraulically connected to the valve. Raised jog switch
should make the cylinder go up, lower jog switch should make the cylinder go down. Refer to the paver
manufacturers manual.
Slope Sensor Symptom 3
Slope lights flash between raise and lower and do not stay On-Grade.
Probable Cause
Incorrect Performance Setting adjustments or a loose transverse beam.
1. Check the Valve Offsets for proper operation. See “Valve Offsets (Raise and Lower)” on page 32.
2. Check the Gain settings. Factory setting is 25. See “Elevation Gains (Raise and Lower)” on page 30 and
“Slope Gain” on page 31.
3. Slope Deadband set too low. Increase Slope Deadband. The Factory Setting is 0.075% . See “Slope
Deadband” on page 34.
4. Check for excess vibration in the Transverse Beam due to poor connection at Tow Arm.
5. Make sure the Slope Sensor is mounted directly to the Transverse Beam and is not elevated or supported
by additional brackets.
1. Cross Slope displays Error on the Control Box’s Control Screen.”
2. “Cross Slope drives cylinder in the wrong direction.”
3. “Slope lights flash between raise and lower and do not stay On-Grade.”
4. “Cross Slope does not lock On-Grade.”
5. “The Cross Slope being laid is not correct.”
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