Combilift C4000:
Combi won’t engage drive or change direction

Hi, I'm looking for some advice on what could be the problem with my C4000, 2009 serial 7154.
It won't engage drive or change direction.
When removing and replacing relays when started it changed direction but not by the joystick.
So it seems to have hydraulic but getting no signal from the joystick.

It doesn't have a plc so can't use for diagnostics.
  • Posted 24 Jan 2024 08:40
  • Discussion started by Aaron_Blencowe
  • Victoria, Australia
Aaron Blencowe
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hi richard
sorry i thought you were one of the original engineers my mistake it was a long time ago that i did the training i work on the product every week and even after all these years still encounter different faults happy to help people if i can
although you have a good tech department i see

i appreciate your reply
  • Posted 26 Jan 2024 08:28
  • Reply by skyreach
  • Victoria, Australia
reach for the sky
Hi Skyreach,
Im only here a mere 8 years now, still learning. It is great to have people like you with 20 years experience, who share their support and knowledge to the Combilift network of users worldwide.

Thankfully over these years the implementation of the Combilift free Technical support form, the Knowledgebase and Parts Portal have really helped share a lot of knowledge, but that can never beat the hands on experience.

Thanks again.
  • Posted 25 Jan 2024 21:17
  • Reply by Richard_Irwin
  • Monaghan, Ireland
thanks richard im sure it is you i met 20 odd years ago at training with your dealer when you first launched the product
  • Posted 25 Jan 2024 18:29
  • Reply by skyreach
  • Victoria, Australia
reach for the sky
Hi,
Great advise from Skyreach already here.
If you still need support, you can complete a quick technical support form at the bottom of the main combilift.com web site or direct link https://warranty.combilift.net/technical-support-form/. The form only asks for the minimal info so the team can quickly help you. There is no login required and no charge for this support.
Combilift has a technical team in Australia and they will be more than happy to help you.
  • Posted 24 Jan 2024 21:02
  • Reply by Richard_Irwin
  • Monaghan, Ireland
does the joystick have printed circuit board attached to the back of it if so the board is probably faulty the diodes on the board usually break the solder
  • Posted 24 Jan 2024 19:06
  • Reply by skyreach
  • Victoria, Australia
reach for the sky

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