- Too much current detected at leg in Port 1 (E41), Port 2 (E42) or Port 3 (E43)
- An object could be blocking the free movement of the table
- Too much weight could be centered over one leg of the table
1. Check if there are any impediments that are restricting the table from moving up or down and remove.
2. Identify which leg is plugged into which port; Port 1 (E41), Port 2 (E42) or Port 3 (E43).
3. Remove the load from above the specific leg and perform reset procedure below. If table functions normally, too much weight was put on the table.
4. Reset the table
- Unplug the power cord from the wall.
- Unplug the leg motor cables, the power cord and switch from the control box.
- Wait 10 seconds.
- Re-plug the leg motor cables, the power cord and the switch into the control box.
- Re-plug the power cord into the wall (this must be done last).
- If the table is not at the lowest position, use the DOWN button to lower the table to the lowest position. Stop and take your finger off the button.
- Push the DOWN button on the switch again and hold for as long as 20 seconds until you see a slight movement in the table.
- Press the UP button and the table should now work normally.
- If all the electronics seem to be functioning but the table is not operating properly, unplug all legs from the control box. Re-plug one leg into the first port of the control box and repeat step 3 above. The leg should function normally.
- If there is no movement at all when the DOWN button is pushed, unplug and re-plug the table.
- If the table still does not work, try to replace the control box with a spare control box if available. Repeat the same with a spare power cord and switch.
- If a leg does not function correctly, please contact Technical Support at Fieldservice@workriteergo.com