# Help converting PSPICE .lib with multiple subcircuits to LTSPICE

I'm trying to convert an unencrypted PSPICE buck converter model (http://www.ti.com/product/LM2678/toolssoftware) from TI. I translated the top subcircuit based on these steps: https://www.analog.com/en/technical-articles/ltspice-simple-steps-to-import-third-party-models.html

But when I ran the circuit I received this error:

Here's the top subcircuit:

.SUBCKT LM2678_AVG VIN RDIV VOUT GND OUT2 PARAMS: IND = 15u
* WB_CAP_POLARIZED Spice Model
*
X2 VIN RDIV VREF EAOUT GND LM2678AMP_0
V3 VREF GND DC=1.21
X1 EAOUT VIN VOUT GND OUT2 BUCKVM_0 PARAMS: IND1={IND}
.ENDS LM2678_AVG


Rest of the subcircuits:

.SUBCKT LM2678AMP_0 2    6    12   1    4
* NODES:              VIN  IN+  IN-  OUT  GND
* GM1 VALUES --> ADJ=0.673M, 3.3V - 0.48M, 5V - 0.673M, 12V - 1.54M
GM1 4 15 6 12 4.8E-4
GBGM2 4 17 VALUE= {V(12,15) * V(13)}
XA1 2 13 GM2GAIN
R3 12 16 10K
R4 15 16 2K
L1 16 12 20MH
R5 17 18 15K
C1 18 4 10NF
C2 17 18 105P
R17 17 4 300K
E1 1 4 17 4 0.415
.ENDS

.SUBCKT BUCKVM_0 DON IN OUT GND OUT2 PARAMS: IND1=15u
GBGA IN GND VALUE={I(VLM)*V(DON)/(V(DON)+V(DOFF)+1U)}
GBGB B GND VALUE={V(DOFF)*I(VLM)/(V(DON)+V(DOFF)+1U)}
D1 GND B DBREAK
VLM OUT1 OUT2
EBELM OUT1 GND VALUE={V(DON)*V(IN,OUT)+V(DOFF)*V(B,OUT)}
VCLP VC 0 9M
D2 VC DOFF DBREAK
D3 DOFF 6 DBREAK
R4 DOFF 7 10
EBDOFFM 6 GND VALUE={1-V(DON)-9M}
VDUMMY L1asVoltage 0 {IND1}
EBDOFF 7 GND VALUE={((2*I(VLM)*V(L1asVoltage)/((1/ 260000.0 )*(V(IN)-V(OUT))*V(DON)+1U))-V(DON))}
.MODEL DBREAK D (IS=1.0e-14 RS=0 N=0.01 TT=1N CJO=10P VJ=1 M=0.5 EG=1.11 XTI=3.0 KF=0 AF=1 FC=0.5 IBV=1m
+TNOM=27 IBV=0 ISR=0 NBV=1 NBVL=1 NR=2 TRS1=0 TRS2=0 TBV1=0 TBV2=0)
.ENDS

.SUBCKT CIN 1 2
* C = 9.4E-6 F
* ESR = 0.0010 Ohm
Ccap 1 3 9.4E-6
Resr 3 2 0.0010
.ENDS CIN

.SUBCKT COUT 2 4
R1 2 3 0.025
C1 3 1 1.1399999999999999E-4
R3 5 4 150; "free space" reduced by sqrt(dielectric constant)
R2 2 4 8771929.824561404
R4 3 26 3.125E9
R6 3 7 3125.0
C5 7 1 4.56E-5
R7 3 10 3125.0
C6 10 1 4.56E-5
R8 3 13 3125.0
C7 13 1 4.56E-5
C2 26 1 4.56E-5
R9 3 28 3.125E7
C3 28 1 4.56E-5
R10 3 29 312500.0
C4 29 1 4.56E-5
L8 1 5 0.2e-9
R24 1 5 0.07500000000000001
L12 5 4 10e-12
.ends COUT

.SUBCKT GM2GAIN 1 3
EPWL2  2 0 TABLE {V(1,0)} ((0,1.48M) (10 1.48M) (20 0.673M) (40 0.48M))
EPWL3 3 0 VALUE={LIMIT(V(2),0.48m,1.48m)}
.ENDS GM2GAIN


Do I need to convert all the subcircuits into symbols? I don't have much experience with SPICE but that method has worked for me for .lib files with a single subcircuit, what am I doing wrong here? Any help would be appreciated!

The error tells you there's something wrong with EBELM, part of U1, requesting a V(out). If you connect the unconnected pin (which is an input, btw), anywhere, to ground, through a resistor, or not, it will work. That's because the node has no internal connection to ground and it's conjured out of nowhere in the behavioural source. B-source because EBELM (in BUCKVM_0), though a VCVS, is written as the old two-pin SPICE code, with VALUE=<...>, which is transformed by LTspice, internally, into a behavioural source with appropriate expression -- see the error log by checking generate expanded listing in the control panel if you're curious. By leaving the pin unconnected, LTspice sees both the internal connection, and the external connection (outside the subcircuit and symbol) as floating, with no connection to ground, so the parser has no reference to it, and all voltages in SPICE need a reference to ground. Thus it cannot be called out of nowhere and by explicitly grounding it, or providing some connection to ground (1G resistor, for example), it creates a reference that can be used in the behavioural expression. If it sounds too fuzzy it's because it is, today is not a good day for translations.
In BUCKVM_0, the elements VBM and EBELM are connected to OUT1, but that node doesn't exist anywhere in the subcircuit, and the pinout only has OUT and OUT2. Since the expressions include the unreferenced V(out), the solver complains. Rename the OUT1 nodes to OUT (for both VBM and EBELM) and it will work, though I am not sure how, because you are using an .AC analysis card, but the supply (V1) is not set for that -- add ac 1 beside the 24, and it should work. However, if you want to study the loop gain, you may need a different setup.