|Flash Code||Possible Cause||Solution|
|1||The battery needs charging or there is a bad connection to the battery|
Check the connections to the battery. If the connections are good, try charging the battery.
|2||There is a bad connection to the motor.|
Check all connections between the motor and the controller.
|3||The motor has a short circuit to a battery connection.|
Test the motor.
|4||Not Used|| |
|5||Not Used|| |
|6||The controller is being inhibited from driving.|
Check the battery charger connector. Disconnect the battery charger.
|7||A throttle control fault.|
Make sure the throttle control is in the at-rest position before switching on the Spitfire. Adjust if needed.
|8||A controller fault is indicated.|
Make sure all connections are secure.
|9||The electromagnetic brake has a bad connection.|
Check the electromagnetic brake and motor connections. Make sure the controller connections are secure.
|10||Excess voltage has been applied to the controller.||Check the battery connections. This is usually caused by a poor battery connection.|