When we plug rokenbok control pad into tower, it lights up but doesn't allow us to choose our newly purchased forklift. the lights on the forklift continue to blink even after we insert the key...regardless of which number we choose
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all forklifts have an isolator valve in the drive system that stops the vehicle movement if the foot is on the brake
that area of control is where I would be looking at because if the valve is not allowed to neutralize properly then it stops movement or only allows partial movement
Different Types of Fork Lift Trucks
Forklift trucks are very powerful industrial trucks that are used for
both lifting and transporting of materials.These days building
projects all use forklift trucks.
There are many different types of forklift truck. Here are some of the
most well known;
Electric forklifts - these forklifts are powered by lead-acid
batteries and includes scissor lifts, stackers and pallet jacks
Sideloader - this includes both Stand on End Control and Sit Down End Control.
Hand pallet truck - a pallet truck that is usually electrically powered.
Truck mounted forklift - usually a diesel run truck.
A small percentage of the forklift truck market includes high-end
In more recent years, Automated forklift trucks have been developed in
order to try and reduce the wages paid and operational costs of
running regular trucks. The popularity of automated forklifts has
the fork lift has several safety devices that will not allow it to start until everything is set
you in the seat , foot on the brake , transmission in neutral and hand brake on
it is designed so that you cannot start it from the side where if it starts it runs away uncontrolled
check for all operational safety switches
One of the control panel circuits may be at fault and doesn't allow the power past that point. If you have a multimeter, check the circuits in the control panel for continuity, until you find the right one.
check and make sure there is no corrosion on both the truck and the remote.If thats not the problem,then you might have something that needs to be replaced inside the truck. try it in a different area to make sure nothing is interrupting the signal.