jj
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2020-04-18T18:51:08Z
I have an Allen Bradley PF70 that keep going into drive overload fault (F64) a few seconds after it is started. This happens even when we disconnect the motor.
rwhite
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2020-04-18T18:58:13Z
Your drive is bad. A Drive Overload Fault without the motor connected is curtains for the drive. Make sure the motor leads are really open, not just disconnected at the motor, because short circuits (between drive and motor) will cause a drive to act this way.
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