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HELP vee pro 6000

Discussion in 'SnowEx Products' started by CJNORD, Dec 8, 2010.


    CJNORD Junior Member
    Messages: 5

    My snow ex vee pro 6000 the spinner is not spinning. Sometimes get oe code. Check harness everything pluged in. Could it be the spinner motor? Is their a plug inside the case? Thanks....
  2. jbutch83

    jbutch83 Senior Member
    Messages: 227

    Not sure on the code. Do you hear anything when you turn in on? Does it sound like the motor is trying to run but won't?
  3. Indy

    Indy Senior Member
    Messages: 704

    is it empty or is salt packed in it??

    CJNORD Junior Member
    Messages: 5

    Empty no salt in
  5. EIB

    EIB Senior Member
    Messages: 258

    I looked in my snowex manual and it doesn't list a oe code, but it does list a eo code which is an open circuit between the motor and controller. Check the connection for the spinner motor. Get some electrical cleaner spray and spray it into the both plugs. After that use some dielectric grease and coat the conections. I had that code and that's what fixed it.
  6. clark lawn

    clark lawn PlowSite.com Addict
    from NE ohio
    Messages: 1,233

    thats "open electric" meaning there is a bad connection or a broken wire. i had that on my VeePro 8000 and had to replace the harness. i went with one from Karrier Co. seems like it is a lot better than OEM.
  7. Wayne Volz

    Wayne Volz Senior Member
    Messages: 694

    As stated

    As others have already stated, check your connections. It could potentially be your spinner motor. I had the EO error and it was simply a connection at the plug that was corrected by simply adding some dielectric grease.

    Good luck.
  8. deicepro

    deicepro PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,124

    One of my spreaders did this a year ago, the "weather-proof" housing that the spinner was housed in was full of water, shorted out the motor
  9. W.F.D. Plower

    W.F.D. Plower Member
    Messages: 32

    I drilled drain holes in my weather-proof housing because it was holding water. Other than that its a great spreader, just keep all of your connections clean and greased!
  10. hammerstein

    hammerstein Senior Member
    Messages: 318

    Mine was the connectors on the back of the controller