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Check the wiring from the fuse on to the unit it controls and check for cut/ earth wires . If you cannot find anything then disconnect the unit itself an d if the fuse doesn't blow then the unit has an internal short.
I have the same model and had the same problem. It turned out there was a wire disconnected that would ground out from movement once in a while and cause the buzzer to come on and disable the controls. The wire was behind your left heel as you are sitting in the seat. I could access it thru a hole in the metal plate there. It was right by the safety lever that disables the hydraulics
when you dissconnected the hoses did you turn the cylinder upside down and let it drain cause some hydraulic lift assybelies have a small chamber in the head of them that retain fluid and with out removing the fluid it will do a hydraulic lock and wont be able to move untill you losen the bleeder screw if it has one ok please let me know how this goes for you