Form No. 3417-740 Rev A Horizon Control Module For Z Master Lawn Mowers Model No. 74946—Serial No. 402000000 and Up Model No. 74947—Serial No. 40200000 and Up Model No. 74969—Serial No. 400000000 and Up Software Guide Read this information carefully to learn how to operate and maintain your product properly and to avoid injury and product damage. You are responsible for operating the product properly and safely. Read your Operator’s Manual for more information. WARNING CALIFORNIA Proposition 65 Warning This product contains a chemical or chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or reproductive harm. Screen Icons The information screen uses the following icons: Low Engine Speed Processing Gauge and Meters Advanced Settings Battery Voltage Transmission Oil Maintenance Maintenance and Service Engine-Oil Temperature Engine Hours Cancel/Exit Fuel Level © 2017—The Toro® Company 8111 Lyndale Avenue South Bloomington, MN 55420 Engine Oil Maintenance Register at www.Toro.com. Original Instructions (EN) Printed in the USA All Rights Reserved *3417-740* A No PTO Parking brake Neutral Lock *Located on bottom row of some menu screens Toggle Between Screens Yes Enter/Return Decrease Previous Increase Next Play/Start Reset *Located in top row of Information Screen OPC (Operator Presence Control) Maximum Engine Speed Efficient Engine Speed Hydraulic-Fluid Temperature Pause/Stop Error Warning Recommended Engine Cool Down Time 2 Shut Off Engine LED Status Light Product Overview The LED status light is multi-colored to indicate the system status and is located on the right side of the panel. During startup, the LED illuminates red, then orange, then green to verify functionality. • Solid Green: indicates normal operating activity. • Blinking Red: indicates that a fault is active. • Blinking Green and Orange: indicates that a clutch reset is required. Buttons g229466 The multi-functional buttons are located at the bottom of the panel. The icons displayed on the information screen above the buttons indicate the current function. The buttons allow you to select the engine speed and navigate through system menus. Figure 1 1. LDU (Logic Display Unit) 3. Alarm 2. MCU (Master Control Unit) Alarm If an error occurs, an error message displays, the LED turns red, and the alarm sounds audibly as follows: • A fast chirp sound indicates critical errors. • A slow chirping sound indicates less critical errors, such as required maintenance or service intervals. Note: During startup, the alarm sounds briefly to verify functionality. Information Screens The main information screens are as follows: g228164 Figure 2 LDU (Logic Display Unit) 1. Screen 2. LED status light • Startup Screen (page 3) • Engine-Off Screen (page 4) • Engine-On Screen (page 4) Startup Screen 3. Buttons During startup, the screen displays a startup graphic for 1 second, sounds the alarm, and illuminates the LED, changing from red to orange to green. Screen The screen displays icons and information relative to machine operation and is backlit for viewing in low light situations. The screen is located above the buttons. Refer to the Screen Icons (page 1) section for icon descriptions. 3 Engine Screens Engine Speed Mode 3 modes are available: LOW, EFFICIENT, and MAXIMUM. Engine-Off Screen • LOW: Low transport speed/Low idle for reducing deck packing in wet mowing conditions. When the key is on without the engine running, the Engine-Off screen displays (Figure 3). • EFFICIENT: Medium transport speed and maximum fuel economy and normal mowing conditions. • MAX: Maximum transport speed/High idle for extreme mowing conditions. The panel illuminates showing the current engine speed mode (Low is selected in Figure 4). Safety Interlock Status Indicators g030172 These illuminate when each control is in the starting position (i.e., PTO disengaged, parking brake engaged, motion-control levers in the NEUTRAL-LOCK position, and the operator is present). Figure 3 1. Hours remaining until transmission fluid maintenance is required 2. Battery voltage display • The PTO must be disengaged, brake engaged, 3. Safety interlock status indicators and motion-control levers out (NEUTRAL-LOCK position) to start the engine. (You do not need to be in the seat to start the engine.) 4. Fuel-level gauge (if fuel sender is available) 5. Screen toggles between hours remaining until engine oil maintenance and non-resettable engine hour counter Note: The starter cranks with the PTO switch in the ON (pulled up) position; however, the system disengages the PTO and a PTO reset error occurs. Engaging the PTO requires you to reset the PTO switch by turning it OFF (pushed down) and ON. Engine-On Screen When the engine is running, the Engine-On screen displays (Figure 4). • You must be in the seat while the PTO is engaged, the parking brake must be disengaged, or the motion-control levers must be moved inward; otherwise, the engine shuts off. • The engine shuts off if either the left, the right, or both levers are moved from NEUTRAL-LOCK position while the parking brake is engaged. Note: Refer to the machine Operator’s Manual to check the safety interlock system. g030173 Engine Temperature Figure 4 1. Engine speed mode 4. Engine speed 2. Safety interlock status indicators 5. Fuel level gauge (if fuel sender is available) A bar graph displays the engine temperature. When the temperature is high and approaching an overheat condition, the bar graph flashes. When the engine has overheated, the bar graph fills completely. 3. Engine temperature Engine Speed Displays the speed of the engine. Fuel Level (if fuel sender is available) The fuel level is shown on a bar display. An error appears when the fuel level is low (approximately 1 gallon remaining in the tank). 4 Menu Selection Screen The Menu Selection Screen displays when you place the motion-control levers in the NEUTRAL-LOCK position and press and hold the 2 outside LDU buttons. g038651 Figure 6 1. Maintenance and Service 2. Gauges and Meters 4. Cancel/Exit 5. Toggle between screens 3. Advanced Settings 6. Enter/Return Maintenance and Service Menu You can scroll between the following screens in the Maintenance and Service menu: • Status of Inputs (page 5) • Status of Outputs (page 6) • Current Error Messages (page 6) • Hydraulic Trans Oil (page 6) • Engine Oil (page 7) • Machine Information (page 7) • Module Information (page 7) g228165 Figure 5 1. Outside buttons 2. Menu selection screen The Menu Selection Screen allows you to cycle through the different menu options by pressing the toggle button. When the desired menu option is highlighted, press the enter button to select it. Status of Inputs This screen lists all of the inputs to the system and highlights which is currently active. Inputs with numerical values display the current value. Note: All menu options are locked if the motion-control levers are not in the NEUTRAL-LOCK position. Press and hold the 2 outside buttons to return to the default screen. The menu selection screen allows you to cycle through the following screens. • Maintenance and Service Menu (page 5) • Gauges and Meters Menu (page 8) • g030183 Figure 7 Advanced Settings Menu (page 10) 1. Status of Inputs 5. Brake 2. PTO Switch 3. Neutral 6. Previous 7. Toggle between screens 4. Oil Pressure 8. Next The following are a list of items available in the Status of Inputs screen: • System voltage • Engine communication (highlights if module is communicating with engine ECU) • PTO switch (highlights if On) 5 • Fuel sender voltage (shows voltage) • Neutral switch (highlights if On) • Brake switch (highlights if On) • Seat switch (highlights if On) • Oil pressure switch (highlights if On) • Engine temperature (shows temperature) g030185 Figure 9 Status of Outputs 1. Current Error 2. Error display (e.g., Low Oil Pressure) This screen lists all of the outputs from the system and highlights which one is currently active. Outputs with numerical values display the current value. 3. Engine hours when the error occurred Hydraulic Trans Oil This service reminder screen displays the hours until the hydraulic transmission oil maintenance is due. g038556 Figure 8 1. Status of Outputs 3. Clutch Output 2. Speed Signal 4. Engine Power to Run g030186 Figure 10 The following are a list of items available in the Status of Inputs screen: 1. Hydraulic Trans Oil 2. Reminder display • Engine speed signal shows voltage signal sent 3. Engine hours remaining until the service is due from the system to the engine ECU (Engine Control Unit). • PTO output (highlights if On) Press the toggle button to also display the engine hours at which every service reminder reset was performed. • Engine shutdown output (highlights if On) • Module communication (highlights if LDU and MCU are communicating) • Alarm (highlights if On) • Starter (highlights if On) Current Error Messages This screen displays the current error as text with the engine hours at which the error occurred. The toggle button allows you to scroll between screens if multiple errors are active. If only 1 error occurs, the toggle button does not change screens. g030187 Figure 11 1. Hydraulic Trans Oil 2. Service History display 3. Service reminder reset was performed (e.g., 250 and 750 engine hours) 6 Engine Oil Machine Information This service reminder screen displays the hours until the engine oil maintenance is due. The screen displays the serial number and model number of the machine. g030190 g030188 Figure 15 Figure 12 1. Machine Information 2. Model number 1. Engine Oil 2. Reminder display 3. Serial number 3. Engine hours remaining until the service is due Module Information Press the toggle button to also display the engine hours at which every service reminder reset was performed. The screen displays the current installed version of software and hardware for both the LDU (Logic Display Unit) and the MCU (Master Control Unit). Select the toggle button to see the MCU screen. g030189 Figure 13 1. Engine oil g030191 Figure 16 2. Service History display 3. Service reminder reset was performed (e.g., 250 and 750 engine hours) 1. Module Information 2. LDU 4. Software Version 5. Toggle 3. Hardware Version Deck Gear Box Oil Applicable Models Only This screen displays the hours until the Deck Gear Box Oil maintenance is due. g030192 Figure 17 1. Module Information 2. MCU 3. Hardware Version 4. Software Version g219156 Figure 14 To exit the screen, press the previous or next arrow keys. Pressing the enter button takes you back to the Menu Selection screen. 1. Deck Gear Box Oil 2. Reminder display 3. Engine hours remaining until the service is due 7 g030193 Figure 18 1. Exit 2. Exit Menu g030203 Figure 20 3. Enter/Return Gauges and Meters Menu Engine Hours (page 8) • PTO Hours (page 8) • Fuel Used (page 8) • Fuel Economy (page 9) • Trip Statistics (page 9) 3. Y (yes) 2. Are you sure? 4. N (no) PTO Hours You can scroll between the following screens in the Gauges and Meters menu: • 1. Reset This screen displays a non-resettable, total PTO hour counter and a resettable trip PTO counter. Engine Hours g030204 Figure 21 This screen displays a non-resettable, total engine hour counter and resettable trip counter. 1. PTO Hours 3. Trip hours 2. Total hours 4. Reset trip hours To reset the Trip hour meter, highlight the Trip hour meter and press the Reset button; to confirm the reset, press Y (yes) or N (no) to cancel (Figure 20). Fuel Used g030202 This screen displays the total US gallons/liters of fuel used from the last time it was reset. Press the reset button to reset the fuel used counter. Figure 19 1. Engine Hours 3. Trip hours 2. Total hours 4. Reset trip hours To reset the Trip hour meter, highlight the Trip hour meter and press the Reset button; to confirm the reset, press Y (yes) or N (no) to cancel (Figure 20). g038362 Figure 22 1. Fuel Used 2. Displays US gallons/liters used 8 3. Reset Fuel Economy This screen displays the US gallons/liters of fuel used per engine hour. g038364 Figure 25 1. Trip Statistics 1 g038363 Figure 23 1. Fuel Economy 2. Displays engine hours 4. Displays US gallons/liters of fuel 5. Play/Start 3. Displays PTO hours 6. Reset 2. Displays US gallons/liters per hour When a trip statistic is playing, the statistics are not highlighted and the reset button is blacked out and not available. Pressing the pause button stops the collection of data. Trip Statistics There are 5 trip statistics screens to scroll though and view. g038365 Figure 26 g030207 Figure 24 1. Trip Statistics 1. Trip Statistics 4 2. View trip statistics 2. Displays engine hours 4. Displays US gallons/liters of fuel 5. Pause/Stop 3. Displays PTO hours Each screen features resettable counters for the following parameters: Engine Hours, PTO Hours, and total US gallons/liters of fuel used. Press the toggle button on the Trip Statistics 5 screen to go back to the main Trip Statistics screen. You can pause or stop the collection of statistics and play or start the collection of trip statistics. For example, when Trip Statistics 1 is paused, the statistics are highlighted and the reset button is available. Pressing the reset button resets all 3 parameters. Pressing the play button starts data collection. 9 Advanced Settings Menu Pressing the reset button brings up a screen asking to confirm the reset reminder. When the advanced settings menu is selected, the module prompts you for a 4 digit passcode. The default digits on the display screen are 0 0 0 0. Hydraulic Trans Oil After performing the necessary maintenance, this screen allows you to reset the number of hours until the hydraulic transmission oil service is due. g030221 Figure 27 1. Enter password 4. Enter/Return 2. Active digits 5. Decrease g030246 Figure 29 3. Increase 3. Remaining hours until service 4. Reset 1. Hydraulic Trans Oil The passcode is 1 9 8 2. When the active digit is highlighted, press the increase or decrease buttons to scroll through digits from 0 to 9. Press enter to select the highlighted digit. 2. Reminder display Pressing the reset button brings up a screen asking to confirm the reset reminder. If the incorrect password is entered, the module takes you back to the menu select screen. When the correct password is entered, you can scroll between the following screens: • Engine Oil (page 10) • Hydraulic Trans Oil (page 10) • Historical Error (page 10) • Alarms (page 11) • Engine Settings (page 11) • Calibrate Engine Settings (page 12) • Factory Defaults (page 12) Every time you reset the hydraulic transmission oil service reminder, the module prompts you to select whether the machine was serviced with Toro Premium Hydraulic Oil. Pressing Y (yes) or N (no) determines the correct maintenance schedule. Historical Error This screen displays errors that are no longer active. The log keeps a running count of the number of times the error has occurred during the life of the machine and the engine hour at which the last occurred. The log displays the errors starting with the most recent occurrence. Engine Oil After performing the necessary maintenance, this screen allows you to reset the number of hours until the engine oil service is due. g030224 Figure 30 1. Historical Error 3. Number of times the error occurred during life of machine (e.g., 3X) 2. Current error (e.g. Low Oil Pressure) 4. Engine hour at which the error last occurred g030245 Figure 28 1. Engine Oil 2. Reminder display 3. Remaining hours until service 4. Reset 10 Alarms Engine Settings The alarms screen allows you to activate and deactivate the audible alarm for individual errors. Press the Enter button to access individual error alarm settings. This screen allows you to adjust the engine speed at the Maximum, Efficient, and Low set points for both transport (clutch disengaged) and mow (clutch engaged) modes in 50 rpm increments. Note: Not all audible alarms can be deactivated. g030227 Figure 33 g030225 1. Engine Settings Figure 31 1. Alarms 2. Activate/Deactivate 3. Audible Alerts 4. Enter 2. Adjust Engine Speeds Pressing the up arrow increases the engine speed while pressing the down arrow decreases the engine speed. Pressing the Enter button confirms the speed and automatically moves you to the next screen/engine speed set point. The highlighted error name indicates that the audible alarm is active. Pressing enter modifies the status of the audible alarm to On or Off. g030228 g038366 Figure 34 Figure 32 1. Alarms 4. Toggle 2. Clutch Overcurrent 3. Fuel Low 5. Enter You can deactivate the audible warning for the following errors: • • • • • • • • • • • 1. Engine Settings 4. Up arrow—Increase 2. Set Low Mow Speed 5. Enter 3. Engine speed in rpm (e.g. 3600) 6. Down arrow—Decrease The system does not allow the following to occur: • The efficient speed cannot be set higher than the Service Air Filter maximum speed. Service Engine Oil • The low speed cannot be set higher than the Service Transmission Oil efficient speed. Service Gear Box Oil (as applicable) Note: You can set the maximum speed equal to the Fuel Low efficient mow speed to use the efficient mode while mowing. Clutch Overcurrent Clutch Reset Required Engine Error Codes System Overvoltage>16VDC System Undervoltage<9VDC System Voltage Low 11 Calibrate Engine Settings Factory Defaults This screen allows the calibration of the actual engine speed to match the commanded engine speed. The enter button blacks out if the blades are not disengaged, the parking brake is not engaged, and the motion-control levers are not in the NEUTRAL-LOCK position. Once they are, press the Enter button to start the calibration process. This screen allows you to reset system settings back to the factory default settings. Pressing the Enter button brings up confirmation screen; press Y (yes) to reset or N (no) to cancel. Note: Resetting the system returns the engine speed settings and alarm settings back to the factory default settings. g030234 g030238 Figure 35 1. Calibrate Engine Settings Figure 38 2. Start Calibration 1. Factory Defaults An animated hourglass appears indicating the calibration is in process. 2. Reset When the exit screen appears, press the enter button to go back to the Menu Selection screen. Returning to the Default Screen (Engine-On or Engine-Off) There are 3 ways to return to the default screen: • Press the previous or next arrow keys until the Exit screen appears then press the Enter button to return to the Menu Selection screen. • Turn the ignition key to the OFF position and either restart the engine or turn the key to the ON position. • Press and hold the 2 outside buttons. g030235 Figure 36 1. Calibrate Engine Speed 3. Processing 2. Calibrating Once the calibration is complete, you can toggle back to the primary Calibrate Engine Speed screen. Setting Engine Speeds At startup, the system defaults to the Low engine speed. The icon on the information screen is highlighted. • Press the button below the Efficient Speed Mode icon to increase the engine speed to the Efficient engine speed. g030237 The Efficient Speed Mode icon is highlighted. Figure 37 1. Calibration Engine Speed • Press the button below the Maximum Speed Mode 3. Toggle between screens icon to increase the engine speed to the maximum engine speed. 2. Calibration Complete The Maximum Speed Mode icon is highlighted. Note: If you engage the PTO switch at any speed setting, the engine speed ncreases to the mow speed. 12 Adjusting the Electronically-Controlled Low Mode Speed Adjustment When operating in low mow mode, press and hold the Low Speed Mode button reduce the engine speed (minimum of 2250 rpm). Press the Low Speed Mode button again to return the engine to the default setting. Auto Idle Down Mode • If the operator leaves the seat and the safety interlocks allow the engine to remain running, the system enters the auto idle mode and automatically set the engine speed to the low transport speed. When you return to the seat, the system automatically returns to the previously selected engine speed mode. If you select another engine speed setting, the system exits the auto idle mode and the engine runs at the selected speed. Error Messages If an error occurs, a message displays in place of the engine temperature, engine speed, and fuel level. In addition to displaying the fault as text, the system turns the LED red and sounds the audible alarm. • The system is capable of displaying the following errors: – Service Air Filter: An air filter is required. – Service Engine Oil: Engine oil maintenance is required. – Service Transmission Oil: Transmission oil maintenance is required. – Service Deck Gearbox Oil (as applicable): Deck gearbox oil maintenance required. – Low Oil Pressure: Low engine-oil pressure is detected. – Fuel Low: The fuel level is low. – Engine Over Temperature: The engine over temperature is detected. – System Overvoltage>16VDC: The system voltage is too high (greater than 16 V). – System Undervoltage<9VDC: The system voltage is too low (greater than 9 V). – Clutch Overcurrent: The cutting clutch current is too high. • – Clutch Reset Required: The PTO switch must be turned off and to activate the PTO. 13 – Engine Error Codes: The system displays engine error codes provided by the engine manufacturer. – Clutch Output Failure: The clutch output is open or shorted. – System Voltage Low: The voltage is too low (less than 12.3 V). – Engine Communication Error: The communication between engine and module was lost. – Module Communication Error: The ommunication between the LDU and MCU modules was lost. You can acknowledge and silence some of the errors listed above. Move the motion-control levers to the NEUTRAL-LOCK position and press and hold the middle button. Acknowledging an error removes the error message from the engine temperature, engine speed, or fuel level icon area and silence the audible alarm. However, the error continues to display on the active error screen in the Maintenance and Service Menu and the status LED continues to be illuminated red. – The following errors emit a slow chirping sound that you can acknowledge and silence: ◊ Service Engine Oil ◊ Service Transmission Oil ◊ Fuel Low ◊ Clutch Overcurrent ◊ Clutch Reset Required ◊ Engine Error Codes ◊ Anti-Stall Active ◊ Service Air Filter ◊ Service Deck Gear Box – The following errors emit a fast chirping sound and can be acknowledged and silenced: ◊ System Overvoltage>16VDC ◊ System Undervoltage<9VDC – The following error codes emit a fast chirping sound and cannot be acknowledged or silenced. ◊ Low Oil Pressure ◊ Engine Over Temperature ◊ Engine Communication Error ◊ Module Communication Error ◊ Clutch Output Failure ◊ Engine Limp Mode Active In order to protect the system components from exceeding threshold limits, the system is designed to limit the engine speed and/or disengage the clutch, which allows the machine to be driven onto a trailer or returned to a service area. There are the following errors: 1. Clutch Overcurrent If an overcurrent event occurs, the system limits the engine speed to the Efficient Transport Mode speed and places the machine in Safe Transport Mode. Safe Transport Mode limits the engine speed, locks out the PTO, and disengages the clutch; a Clutch Overcurrent error message will display. Cycling the key switch to the OFF and then to the ON position clears the fault. 2. System Overvoltage>16VDC If the voltage exceeds 16 V, the system will disengage the clutch and displays a System Overvoltage>16VDC error message. 3. System Undervoltage<9VDC If the voltage is less than 9 V, the system will not allow clutch engagement and display the error System Undervoltage<9VDC. If the clutch was engaged before the error occurred, the system allows the clutch to remain engaged; however, low voltage may cause the clutch to disengage itself. 4. Low Oil Pressure If low engine-oil pressure is detected, the system limits engine speed to the Efficient Transport Mode speed and places the machine in Safe Transport Mode. Safe Transport Mode limits the engine speed, locks out the PTO, and disengages the clutch; a Low Oil Pressure message will display. Cycling the key switch to the OFF and then to the ON position clears the fault. 5. Engine Over Temperature When the engine begins to overheat, the system flashes the engine temperature bar graph and chirps the audible alarm. If the temperature rises above the upper limit, the system limits the engine speed to the Efficient Transport Mode speed and places the machine in Safe Transport Mode. Safe Transport Mode limits the engine speed, locks out the PTO, and disengages the clutch; an Engine Over Temperature message displays. The fault clears once the temperature falls below a safe limit. 14 Troubleshooting Issue Description Recommended Corrective Action Blink Red Engine oil service is due. Replace the engine oil and filter. Follow the reset procedure; refer to Engine Oil (page 10). Blink Red Transmission oil service is due. Replace the transmission oil and filter(s). Follow the reset procedure; refer to Hydraulic Trans Oil (page 10). Blink Red Safe Transport Mode—engine limited to Efficient mode and the PTO is disengaged. Engine oil pressure is below limit. Cycle the key switch to clear the fault. Check the oil level. Contact an Authorized Service Dealer. Green Single alarm chirp and temperature display flashes. Engine temperature is high. Check the oil level. Clean debris from the engine. Inspect the engine fan. Contact an Authorized Service Dealer. Engine Over Temperature Blink Red Safe Transport Mode—engine limited to Efficient mode and the PTO is disengaged. Engine temperature above limit. Check the oil level. Clean debris from the engine. Inspect the engine fan. Contact an Authorized Service Dealer. Fuel Low Blink Red Fuel level low. Check the fuel level and add fuel as necessary. System Overvoltage >16VDC Blink Red System voltage excessive/ above 16 V. Check the battery and engine charging system. Contact an Authorized Service Dealer. System Voltage Low Blink Red System voltage below 12.3 V. Check the battery and engine charging system. Contact an Authorized Service Dealer. System Under voltage<9VDC Blink Red Disallow clutch engagement/ Disengage clutch. System voltage below lower limit of 9 V. Check the battery and engine charging system. Contact an Authorized Service Dealer. Clutch Overcurrent Blink Red Safe Transport Mode—engine limited to Efficient mode and the PTO is disengaged. Clutch current is above limit. Cycle the key switch to clear the fault. Check the PTO clutch condition and the related wiring. Contact an Authorized Service Dealer. The PTO switch is in the up/ engaged position and the module has latched the clutch output Off. Cycle the PTO switch to the OFF position and back to the ON position to engage the clutch. System Error Message Status LED Service the Engine Oil Service the Transmission Oil Low Oil Pressure Clutch Reset Required System Actions Disallow clutch engagement/ Disengage the clutch. Alternating green/orange Clutch Output Fault Blink Red Clutch output short or open. If the clutch is stuck in the ON position, discontinue use and contact an Authorized Service Dealer. Check the clutch connection and associated wiring for an open circuit. Engine MIL Errors Blink Red Engine ECU has detected a fault. See the engine owner’s manual for the error description and troubleshooting information. 15 System Error Message Engine Communication Error Module Communication Error Status LED System Actions Blink Red Blink Red Safe Transport Mode—engine limited to Efficient mode and the PTO is disengaged. 16 Issue Description Recommended Corrective Action Communication between the module and the engine ECU has been lost. Check the electrical connections at the module, interconnect between the engine wire harness, and chassis harness. Check the connections at the engine ECU. Contact an Authorized Service Dealer. Communication between the LDU module and MCU module has been lost. Check the electrical connections at the LDU and MCU module.
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