Hi Edward, My name is Dan.
The genset controller provides extensive diagnostics by causing the status indicator
light on the Control Switch to blink in a coded fashion. Following a fault shutdown,
the indicator light will repeatedly blink one, two, three or four blinks at a time.
indicates shutdown due to high engine coolant temperature.
indicates a low oil pressure fault.
indicates a service fault. Press Stop once to cause the
two-digit, second-level fault code to blink. (Pressing Stop again will stop the
blinking.)The two-digit code consists of 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 blinks, a brief pause,
and then 1 to 9 blinks. The first set of blinks represents the tens digit and the
second set of blinks the units digit of the fault code number. For example,
Fault Code No. 36 appears as:
blink-blink-blink—pause—blink-blink-blink-blink-blink-blink— long pause—
indicates that cranking exceeded 30 seconds without the
Fault Code Nos. 3 and 4 are first level faults. Avoid interpreting them
as second-level Fault Code Nos. 33 and 44, which have not been assigned
as fault codes.
Restoring Fault Code Blinking
– The fault code stops blinking after five
minutes (15 minutes, Series HGJAA). Press Stop three times within five seconds to
Note that the last fault logged will blink, even after the
condition that caused the shutdown has been corrected.