Still FM-X20:
Code A6612 on screen

When you turn on FMX20 Still, hydraulic system does not work and code A6612 appears on the screen. Travel system works well, operator has to walk 15 minutes with elevator FMX20 and code A6612 disappears from the screen allowing normal operation of elevator FMX20.
  • Posted 8 Oct 2017 06:28
  • Discussion started by Jamed
  • Lima, Peru
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Hello!

please tell me, did you fix the reactruck? I have a similar breakdown, but sometimes the movement and error a6610 are turned off.
  • Posted 1 Dec 2020 23:12
  • Reply by Sergmal90
  • Russia, Russia
with kind regard
SergMal

smal-90@mail.ru
ERROR - A6612

Description:
Fatal error in converter hydraulics.

Cause:
The converter is reporting a fatal error.

Response:
No hydraulic function

Acknowledgement:
Switch lock

Remendy:
Check the converter: replace if necessary.
  • Posted 3 May 2018 07:03
  • Reply by tomason2
  • -, Poland

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