Mitsubishi FB20KT:
errorcode - 28

Hello
I have a mitsubishi FB20Kt - 3wheel - 1999mod - dc.
The machine has no error when turning the ignition key, but when I step on the pedal (both forward/backward on the direction switch) - A little "click" comes from the rear end of the forklift, then message : 28 comes up in the display. Every now and then message : H19 comes up in display also. Any ideas were i should start checking ?
  • Posted 25 May 2008 06:28
  • Discussion started by frodefylk
  • Rogaland, Norway
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ok. will check it out. thanks
  • Posted 3 Jun 2008 06:49
  • Reply by frodefylk
  • Rogaland, Norway
Display 28: Faulty Left Drive Motor Field Circuit, Faulty H-Bridge Board, Faulty Logic or Logic Harness
  • Posted 3 Jun 2008 01:50
  • Reply by carl_v
  • Pennsylvania, United States

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