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Trouble Shooting InstructionsTS- I have an Over-Current or Feedback Sweep/ Elevation Error.Elite Models that Apply: Phenom 1 & 2StepDescriptionToolsPictureThe more common statements regarding over-currentsweep and elevation issues are *The Control Panel should read: “Over-Current SweepMotor Error”. or “Over-Current Elevation MotorError”. Feedback Elevation Error , or FeedbackSweep Motor Error .*Before Taking the Upper Hopper Unit off, please Makesure the 4 Wings holding the Upper Hopper Unit to theBase Unit are finger tightened, and not over tighten, forover tightening these Wings can cause an Over-CurrentSweep Error. “My machine has Over-current errormessage.” My machine has an Feedback errormessage. “My machine turns a lot then gets stuck tothe right.”“My elevation moves all the way up andstops after the elevation is pointing towardthe sky.”Phillips ScrewDriverThis indicates one of the following: The sweep is not finding home location.(Section 1. Checking the Sweep Magnet). The Elevation is not finding home location.(Section 2. Checking the Elevation Magnet). The wires have become loosened from thevein harness. (Section 3. Checking theSensor Connections). The Sweep and Elevation Snap-In sensorshave become loosened from the motors.(Section 4. Checking the Snap-In sensorconnections). The Timing Discs are stuck, and need to berotated to free them. (Section 5. CheckingTiming Discs).Author: [email protected]: RR, CTPhone: 800.526.4041Original Date:11/2/12Fax: 818.764.6061Revision: 2/17/2022

Trouble Shooting InstructionsTS- I have an Over-Current or Feedback Sweep/ Elevation Error.Disconnecting The Phenom Hopper Unit and BaseUnit.Step 1.) Unscrew the 4 wing screws (D) and washers(C) from the bottom of the Base Unit (E). (Pull theseitems out and set them aside for later use.)Step 2.) Disconnect the Wire Connector (B) allowingyou to completely separate the Hopper Unit (A) from theBase Unit (E). Use 2 people to carefully set the HopperUnit (A) upside down, so that the bottom plate isexposed.Lobster Phenom withlabeled components.(Base Unit separate fromHopper Unit).Top Portion of HopperUnit upside down withbottom plate exposed.Removing The Hopper Unit Casing From TheInternal Platform AssemblyStep 1.) CAREFULLY remove the 10 screws connectingthe Base Platform to the Hopper Unit. (The BasePlatform Pims are very sensitive, use caution whenunscrewing these screws.)3Step 2.) Remove the 4 black screws fastening thecontrol board to the Hopper Unit. Unplug the Feed Motorwire and unscrew the ground wire (Diagram A.) on thecontrol panel.Step 3.) Using two people have one person lift thePlatform piece out of the Hopper Unit, while the otherperson helps feed the control board assembly throughthe hole, until you have the entire Platform YokeAssembly (with the control board) separated from theHopper Unit Case.Author: [email protected]: RR, CTPhone: 800.526.4041Original Date:11/2/12Phenom Internal PlatformAssembly being removed fromUpper Hopper Unit.DiagramA.)Ground wire location. (Green)Feed Motor location. (Red)Fax: 818.764.6061Revision: 2/17/2022

Trouble Shooting InstructionsTS- I have an Over-Current or Feedback Sweep/ Elevation Error.Checking for Elevation Magnet.Section 21. Start by position the machine so that thefront end is facing you (the pointer.).2. The magnet screw ¼” is located to the leftof the pointer, (on the inner metal section ofthe Davit Center.) behind the white yokespacer (you can see the screw threadingpoking through the domed shape on theDavit Center.). (marked in red in thediagram below).Davit Center.(1/4” set screw)53. Take your paper clip or flat-head screwdriver tip, and touch the ¼” screw threadyou located. If it attracts to the screwbottom, then the magnet is in place.¼” set screwSweep magnet marked in Green,Sweep Home sensor marked inRed.Checking for Sweep Magnet.4. Using the image below, you will see thesweep magnet marked in Green, it is locatedon the back section of the platform, and theAuthor: [email protected]: RR, CTPhone: 800.526.4041Original Date:11/2/12Fax: 818.764.6061Revision: 2/17/2022

Trouble Shooting InstructionsTS- I have an Over-Current or Feedback Sweep/ Elevation Error.magnet is on the bottom platform (pokingthrough the slide slot).5. The Sweep Home sensor should be securedto the platform (as shown in the imagebelow in Red).If the problem has not been resolved go to Section 3.Checking Sensor Connections.Section 31. Check the elevation position, sweep home,and sweep position quick-connections.Make sure the labels match up.(Vein Harness wires unplugged.)The diagrams below only apply if your wiresare unplugged.(Vein Harness wires plugged-in)A.Author: [email protected]: RR, CTPhone: 800.526.4041Original Date:11/2/12Fax: 818.764.6061Revision: 2/17/2022

Trouble Shooting InstructionsTS- I have an Over-Current or Feedback Sweep/ Elevation Error.Elev Pos quick disconnect(Red black, and blue wires)B.(Vein Harness wires unplugged.)Sweep Pos quick disconnect(Red black and Orange).C.Sweep Home quick disconnect(Red black and yellow wires).(Vein Harness wires plugged-in)Diagram D.) Elevation Homeconnection red, black, and green.(Vein Harness with disconnected terminalpictured above.)*(Follow quick-connect instructions andAuthor: [email protected]: RR, CTPhone: 800.526.4041Original Date:11/2/12Vein Sensor Harness circuitboard connection location(J10).Fax: 818.764.6061Revision: 2/17/2022

Trouble Shooting InstructionsTS- I have an Over-Current or Feedback Sweep/ Elevation Error.diagrams to the right to make sure all wires areconnected to the correct harness plugs.)2. Diagram A. shows that the Elevation Wire(coming from the elevation motor.)connects to the Elevation Position plug(with the red, black and blue wires, andElev Pos label.)Elev Pos quick disconnect(Red black, and blue wires)3. Diagram B. shows that the Sweep PositionWire (coming from the sweep motor.).connects to the Sweep Position plug (withthe red, black, and orange wires, and SweepPos label.).Author: [email protected]: RR, CTPhone: 800.526.4041Original Date:11/2/12Fax: 818.764.6061Revision: 2/17/2022

Trouble Shooting InstructionsTS- I have an Over-Current or Feedback Sweep/ Elevation Error.Sweep Pos quick disconnect(Red black and Orange).4. Diagram C. shows that the Sweep HomeWire (coming out of the chassis floor infront of the battery) connects to the SweepHome plug (with the red, black, and yellowwires and Sweep Home label.).Sweep Home quick disconnect (red, black, and yellowwires).Diagram D.) Elevation Home connection red, black, andgreen. Coming from the Yoke assembly (just follow thevein harness until it reaches the Yoke).Author: [email protected]: RR, CTPhone: 800.526.4041Original Date:11/2/12Fax: 818.764.6061Revision: 2/17/2022

Trouble Shooting InstructionsTS- I have an Over-Current or Feedback Sweep/ Elevation Error.Diagram D.) Elevation Home connection red, black, andgreen.5. Unscrew the control panel, and check theVien Sensor Harness connection (marked asJ10) on the circuit board. Disconnect this bypinching on the two longer sides, andpulling up. Blow it out and then reconnectit.Checking the Timing Discs1. Just above the Snap-In sensor, and little bit tothe right of it, there is a disc mounted on-top ofthe motor. This is known as the Timing Disc.Sometimes the motor can seize up, and the disccan become “stuck” in place. This is generallyfixed with the help of your index finger.Elevation Motor (Timing Dischighlighted in green).2. Use your index finger to rotate the Timing Discclockwise, and then counter clockwise 15 to 30Author: [email protected]: RR, CTPhone: 800.526.4041Original Date:11/2/12Fax: 818.764.6061Revision: 2/17/2022

Trouble Shooting InstructionsTS- I have an Over-Current or Feedback Sweep/ Elevation Error.times. If it feels like the disc is stuck in placego ahead apply a small amount of force to tryand get it unstuck. If the disc winds up andshoots back in the opposite direction then itmay be possible that the motor will need to bereplaced.Sweep Motor (Timing Dischighlighted in green).Elevation Motor (Timing Disc highlighted in green).Sweep Motor (Timing Disc highlighted in green).Author: [email protected]: RR, CTPhone: 800.526.4041Original Date:11/2/12Fax: 818.764.6061Revision: 2/17/2022

Trouble Shooting InstructionsTS- I have an Over-Current or Feedback Sweep/ Elevation Error.Elevation Motor (Timing Disc highlighted in green). Visible through the rear Circuitboard side of the hopper3. Check the Snap-In Sensors located at theback portion of the Proxy Mount Assembly.(It is below the Proxy Mount Magnet Holder.4. Make Sure the sensor is plugged in all theway- by grabbing the 3 wires (red, black andgreen), and CAREFULLY pulling a little bitaway from the Elevation/ Sweep Assembly.(If you feel any resistance then the snap-insensor is in place. DO NOT TUG ON WIRESTOO HARD!)Elevation Motor (Snap-in Sensor highlighted by greenAuthor: [email protected]: RR, CTPhone: 800.526.4041Original Date:11/2/12Fax: 818.764.6061Revision: 2/17/2022

Trouble Shooting InstructionsTS- I have an Over-Current or Feedback Sweep/ Elevation Error.circle.)Snap in sensor on Sweep Motor (marked in Red).Putting the Phenom Hopper Unit Case back ontothe Internal Platform Assembly.Step 1.) Using two people, put the Upper Hopper Unit(A) upside-down (where the top of the hopper is restingon the ground), and carefully flip the Internal PlatformAssembly with the Control Panel, into the bottom of theUpper Hopper Unit. Have one person reach in threw thecontrol panel opening, and direct the panel until it ishanging outside ofthe Upper Hopper Unit.Phenom with Internal PlatformAssembly being placed intoUpper Hopper Unit.Diagram D.)Step 2.) CAREFULLY screw in the 10 screws connectingthe Base Platform to the Hopper Unit. (The BasePlatform Pims are very sensitive, use caution whenscrewing in these screws.)Step 2.) Plug in the Feed Motor wire and unscrew theground wire (Diagram D.) on the control panel. Usingthe 4 black screws fastening the control board to theAuthor: [email protected]: RR, CTPhone: 800.526.4041Original Date:11/2/12Ground wire location. (Green)Feed Motor location. (Red)Fax: 818.764.6061Revision: 2/17/2022

Trouble Shooting InstructionsTS- I have an Over-Current or Feedback Sweep/ Elevation Error.Hopper Unit.Reconnecting The Hopper Unit To The Base Unit.Step 1.) Using two people, lift the Hopper Unit (A) andhold it above the Base Unit (E). Connect the WireConnector (B). Now CAREFULLY lower the Hopper Unitonto the Base Unit. There are 4 metal extensions on thebottom of the Hopper Unit (A) that will fit into the 4holes on the Base Unit (B). They will “click” into placewhen properly aligned.Step 2.) Use the 4 wings provided (D), and the 4washes provided (C ) to secure the Base Unit to theHopper Unit from the underside, as depicted in thepicture to the right.Make sure the 4 Wings are finger tightened, and do notover tighten, for over tightening these Wings can causeand Over-Current Sweep Error.Phenom Hopper Unit, and BaseUnitIf the issue continues upon putting the machineback together and testing it, you will need tocontact Customer Service for a ReturnAuthorization to send your machine in for Repairor Warranty Repair. 1-800-526-4041.How to Order Elite Replacement PartsWebsite: http://www.lobstersports.comEmail: [email protected]: 800.526.4041Fax: 818.764.6061We accept Visa, MasterCard or Discover & PayPalAuthor: [email protected]: RR, CTElite PartsPhone: 800.526.4041Original Date:11/2/12Fax: 818.764.6061Revision: 2/17/2022

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