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JCB jz70, All Hydraulics dead,Machine Starts and runs just acts like the dead mans lever is up.

Solenoid found beside the valve chest but that is not the problem,Electrical switch on the dash for killing the hydraulics and there is also the dead man lever,Anyone know if there is a different solenoid for the dash switch? Or even an idea to fix the whole problem? thanks.

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