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15 hours ago, mattyboy said:

Could the fuse getting blown and the forward rollers needing to be held in to work be due to the stress control unit malfunctioning? How much is one of these?


Some more info: When i bypass the stress control unit by plugging together the brown and black wires i still get no joy with the forward roller. There is also no red light on by the stress control unit which there used to be but is no more.




Is reverse working correctly? When you hit forward paddle is the little red light coming on the electro / hydraulic solenoid?


A stress control box is a couple of hundred quid usually. You'll need your serial number when calling the TW dealer as they'll spec it to your specific machine. 

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fitted a new stress/speed control unit and is chipping great again! The blinking light is back on when key is turned to on position and rollers are behaving exactly the way they should!


Many thanks to all the helpful comments from everyone! Now time to get back out in the rain and chip some more!


Does anyone have any experience fixing the broken stress control units?

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