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Power Soak Sink Troubleshooting for Authorized Technicians

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If you’ve received a call from an operator that needs further Power Soak Sink troubleshooting help, there are several simple procedures to follow to solve the issue. Explore the troubleshooting steps below.

Reading the Universal Programming Module

The Universal Programming Module, or UPM, is mounted within the control box on the inside of the control enclosure cover. There are six LEDs mounted to the top edge of this component, and each LED has a specific meaning. From right to left, the LED meanings are as follows:

  • LED #1—Power On
  • LED #2—Error Code
  • LED #3—Wash Tank Low Level Sensor
  • LED #4—Wash Tank Upper Level Sensor
  • LED #5—Sanitizer Tank Low-Level Sensor
  • LED #6—Sanitizer Tank Upper Level Sensor

Wash Pump or Heater Isn’t Operating

LED #1 is Not Illuminated

If LED #1 isn’t illuminated, follow the procedure as follows:

  • Check the main power connection and wiring
  • Check the fuse located inside the control enclosure
  • Check the bi-metallic disc switch for the water temperature
    • Switch must be closed if the water temperature is below 120 degrees F
  • Check the bi-metallic disc switch for motor temperature
    • Switch must be closed if the water temperature is below 120 degrees F

LED #3 and #4 Are Not Illuminated

If LED #3 and/or #4 aren’t illuminated, follow the procedure as follows:

  • Clean the liquid level sensors
  • Check all connections to and from the liquid level sensors for damage to the wiring, and that they are secure

LED #2 Error Code

The LED #2 will blink in a specific pattern to indicate the particular issue. These sequences are as follows:

LED #2 Error Code Meanings
LED #2 Error Code Meanings

Check out the Power Soak PS 200 and PS 201 Service Manual for more information.