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No Traction. No error Codes.
  • justin_d
  • RIYADH, SAUDI ARABIA, Saudi Arabia
so i've been checking this pallet stacker for few days now. BT LPE200/8 Year:2012.

it has No Traction and No Fault/Error Codes showing. I've checked the Curtis Traction Controller and the Blinking LED Light is Normal/No Fault. and i already check its Sensors. all of them are Working. i also replace the Hand Accelerator Control, checked the Harness. all of them. Still nothing. I've run out of idea and i don't have a service manual. Any idea? Hydraulic is working fine. Horn is Working Fine. only the Traction is not working at all.
  • Posted 26 Aug 2018 09:58 PM
  • • Modified 26 Aug 2018 10:00 PM by poster
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Is this a walkie OR a ride on LPE?

Its sound like the platform switch OR the link loop for the platform switch of its a walkie is faulty.
  • Posted 28 Aug 2018 08:36 PM
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