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service manual manitou mc50 help
hy

enywon kann help my woth service manual for manitou mc50
is urgentli brake sistem problem

thanks in advance

adi

e mail adress metadonul @ hotmail dot com
  • Posted 13 Aug 2012 08:43 PM
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Hi.
Dont have service manual for that model,but if you describe your problem,i might be able to help [url removed] brake sistem is the same in many manitou models,have repaired some and its a simple sistem.
Regards.

my email: rc.feitor@hotmail.com
  • Posted 14 Aug 2012 11:42 PM
hello
I changed the pump the brake but the brake is not identical brake may be jumping from the donfos pump problem?

thanks

adi

e mail adress metadonul @ hotmail dot com
  • Posted 15 Aug 2012 12:05 AM
What is the serial nº and year of the forklift?
Its torque converter transmission or hidrostatic?
I believe those brakes havent assistance,confirm that,please.
What is the oil you used?
What was the first issue symptom?Lost pressure or leakage?

my email: rc.feitor@hotmail.com
  • Posted 15 Aug 2012 12:56 AM
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