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Lansing foer 15.1
Hi, need help with my lansing 72v hytron 5.
when start switch is turned on, i'm able to engage forward or backward and drive. But if i move the direction lever then im not able to go either way. If i turn ign. Switch of and on again i can "one time" engage forward or backward again but as moving the lever it fails again. Then ive pulled the lever either forward or backward, the corresponding diod light up. But then moving to neutral and ever after both diods is lighted. Until restart. Any ideas anyone. Or can someone supply a electric scheme for hytron 5?
Best regards

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  • Posted 1 Nov 2013 07:40 AM
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Is this a model FOER9 if so I may have a drawing. This type of fault is down to either a faulty diode or drive motor short. I have also had same sort of problem with the SCR2 on this circuit.

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  • Posted 7 Nov 2013 11:27 PM
Don't know if model foer9. Modelname is Foer 15.1/2.0 and [url removed] is 88065014
would be very greateful for all help. Runs fine in each direction but its inoying to turn ign off and on each time to change direction.
  • Posted 24 Nov 2013 06:17 AM
The problem is solved! :D
It was one connector inproperly connected to wrong connector at the micro switch M1. Its just like it use to be, the cause of the failure is very simpel when its found.
  • Posted 1 Dec 2013 07:05 AM
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