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Where is the fuses in a daewoo solar 030 mini digger

The lights are not working and i think it is fuse. but can find it look all over it .

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SOURCE: JCB 801.4 mini digger - no control of digger arm

We have a similar problem on a Mitsubishi MM55SR.
We developed a new control set-up

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SOURCE: how do i replace a track seal in my mini digger.

Slack off the track adjuster valve, spin the track off and pull out the idler assy. The seal is on the end of the chrome  piston just pull it out .

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