Yale GLP155VXNGBV108:
reverse intermitent

have found several loose or corroded terminals but after 2 months same problem--no reverse.I have gone thru all wiring tested solenoids but still nothing found.Then it operates flawlessly again ? the model GLC155CAN
  • Posted 23 Oct 2012 08:06
  • Discussion started by techdog123
  • Ontario, Canada
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i had the same problem with hyster after much testing the two control solenoid replaced never had no problem anymore
  • Posted 26 Oct 2012 05:09
  • Reply by AAPEE
  • Brussels, Belgium

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