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Crown wp3020 not switching to Rabbit mode
  • Tech44
  • New South Wales, Australia
The pallet truck is driving slow and I’m thinking it is in turtle mode not sure how the 3 pin switch works Because of tried bypassing it and nothing seems to happen just wondering if any of you have come across a problem like this

Also had no drive the other day I adjusted the microswitch for the handle position now unit will not go in to rabbit mode and is stuck in Turtle mode just wondering if I may have damaged something
  • Posted 22 Nov 2017 05:27 PM
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  • Ifixit
  • Pennsylvania, United States
When you say "stuck in turtle mode"[url removed] you release the throttle, does the brake lock on right away? The 2 switches on the control arm pivot control different systems. The first "brake override switch" is used for very close situations where the handle needs to be up close to the truck. The other switch is for normal operation. Unplug that harness and check to see if the switches are working (ohm test with a meter)
  • Posted 23 Nov 2017 11:38 AM
  • Tech44
  • New South Wales, Australia
Yeah all fixed today, that’s exactly what it was thanks for the help
  • Posted 23 Nov 2017 10:05 PM
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