This should be a good one, best I can tell, my competition reset this bad boy 13 times with faults like: high motor temp, high oil temp, high discharge temp, high bearing temp, BTW high bearing temp was the winner with 5 of those 13 and last but not least, the one that shut it down for good, sensor failure - thrust bearing.
Hmmmmm, I wonder what happened to the thrust bearing sensor. The oil was dark green, almost black. The machine had been off line for about 4 hrs on my arrival, the motor temp was still 226*.
I tried the spare sensor & it showed open as well.
It would appear that somthing went wrong in the motor cooling/oil cooler feed line, maybe the drier is plugged.
Guess I'll transfer the refrigerant tomorrow & get ready to put it on the floor.
Its got to come apart anyway for that sensor to be replaced.