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OPERATING THE THERMOGUARD PP-IV and PP-IV+ MICROPROCESSOR

THERMOGUARD PP IV+
TEMPERATURE CYCLE SENTRY COOL HEAT DEFROST HIGH SPEED

CHANGING THE SETPOINT


1. Turn the unit "on". 2. Press the Up and Down Arrow keys to chose the new setpoint. 3. Press the Enter key. The display will briefly show [LOAD], and then the new setpoint will reappear.

MANUAL DEFROST CYCLE


1. The unit must be On and running in either Continuous or Cycle Sentry Mode or stopped in Cycle Sentry Null Mode and the coil temperature must be less than 45F (7C). 2. Lift and release the Manual Defrost switch to start a manual defrost cycle. The unit will not perform a Defrost Cycle if the coil temperature is above 45F (7C). 3. The defrost cycle will terminate automatically.

ALARM MODULATION IN-RANGE

SETPOINT

SELECTING CYCLE SENTRY OR CONTINUOUS MODE


1. Place the Cycle Sentry/Continuous switch in the desired position.

HOURS

OIL PRESS

WATER TEMP

AMPS

STARTING THE ENGINE


SELECT SETPOINT ENTER CODE CLEAR

VIEWING PROMPT & DISPLAY SCREENS


1. Turn the unit "on". 2. Press the Select key to view the prompt and display screens as follows: [DIS.A] [TPDF] [COIL] [AMB.T] [SPR.1] [SPR.2] [BATV] [RPM] [DEFI] [DEFN] [DDUR] Discharge Air Temperature Temperature Differential Evap Coil Temperature Ambient Air Temperature Spare Sensor 1 Spare Sensor 2 Battery Voltage Engine RPM Def Interval In Range Def Interval Not In Range Defrost Duration

ALARM

Continuous Mode - Turn the unit "on". Hold the Preheat/Start switch in the "Preheat" position for 10 to 90 seconds depending on ambient temperature. Then press the Preheat/Start switch to the "Start" position to start the engine. Cycle Sentry Mode - Turn the unit "on". If no other key is pressed, the engine will automatically preheat and start in about 10 seconds.

ON

START

MANUAL

CYCLE SENTRY

OFF

PREHEAT

DEFROST

CONTINUOUS

Used On: SB-III SR and SB-III SR+, Super-II SR and Super-II SR+, RMN SR and RMN SR+
with version 01xx, 02xx, 03xx and 04xx software TK 40431-6 13 August 1998

VIEWING & CLEARING ALARM CODES


1. If the Alarm Icon is "on", alarm conditions have been detected 2. Press the Code key to display the alarm code. Press the Code key again to display any additional alarm codes. Always record any alarm codes shown. 4. After the alarm condition has been corrected, press the Code key to display the alarm code again. When the alarm code is shown in the display, press the Clear key to clear the alarm.

ALARM CODES
00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 09 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 40 41 42 43 44 No Fault Power Up Reset (Data Log Only) Evaporator Coil Sensor Return air Sensor Discharge Air Sensor Ambient Air Sensor Engine Water Temp Sensor Engine RPM Sensor High Evaporator Temp High Discharge Pressure Unit Controlling on Discharge Air Sensor Sensor Shutdown Check Sensor calibration Glow Plug Check Manual Start Not Completed Engine Failed to Crank High Engine Water Temp Low Engine Oil Pressure Engine Failed to Start Cooling Cycle Check Heating Cycle Check Cooling Cycle Fault Heating Cycle Fault Alternator Check Check Refrigeration Capacity Pretrip Abort Defrost Damper Circuit Damper Stuck Closed Oil Pressure Switch Refrigeration capacity low Check Engine RPM Check Modulation Circuit Run Relay Circuit Electric Motor Failed to Run Check Engine Water Level Electric Phase Reversed High Speed Circuit Engine Water Temperature Check Unit Forced to Low Speed Unit Forced to Low Speed Modulation Fuel System Check 45 46 50 52 54 55 61 62 63 64 66 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79

ALARM CODES
Hot Gas Circuit Air Flow Check Reset Clock Heat Circuit Test Mode Timeout Check Engine Speeds Battery Check Ammeter Out of Calibration Range Engine Stopped - Reason Unknown Pretrip Reminder Low Engine Oil Level Hourmeters Exceed 99999 Hourmeter 4 Exceeds set limit Hourmeter 5 Exceeds set limit Hourmeter 6 Exceeds set limit Microprocessor Reverted to Default Settings Internal Fault Code, Dealer Resettable Internal Fault Code, Dealer Resettable Internal Fault Code, Dealer Resettable Internal Fault Code, Dealer Resettable Data Log Overflow

RUNNING A PRETRIP TEST


1. Place the unit in Cycle Sentry Mode and turn the unit "on". 2. Clear any alarm codes that may exist. 3. Before the engine starts, press and hold the Thermo King Logo key for at least 3 seconds. The Pretrip prompt screen [PrE TRIP] will appear. 4. Press the Enter key to start a Pretrip test. The display will briefly show [LOAD] and then the test will begin. 5. The test is fully automatic. When it is complete, [PASS], [CHEC] or [FAIL] will appear on the display.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
For additional information consult the following Thermo King manuals for your unit. Operating Manual Maintenance Manual Parts Manual Diagnosis Manual