Bt Industries RRB2C/14:
Forklift will not work at all

Hi, Have a BT RRB2C/14, unit will not go through self diagnostics when you turn it on, only 2 dots on the screen and the fans go. no steering, no drive, no hydraulics, only horn works, no error code comes on the screen due to the fact it does not go through diagnostics. As they have a few of the same machines we have tried the A5 card in a different truck and it works correctly, have tried swapping, screen , key switch, steering and hyd controls but still wont work, any help would be great.
Thanks
  • Posted 18 Jan 2010 16:01
  • Discussion started by KR_Lift
  • New South Wales, Australia
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hello, you have a short to frame,try disconnecting wiring harness that goes up the overhead guard pole a favourite place for short is top of that pole
  • Posted 28 Jan 2010 03:06
  • Reply by fred
  • stafford, United Kingdom

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