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Mf 50 hx elecrtical problems

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01-08-2018 14:26:08

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My 50hx wil not start, batery is food an charged but there is no power at the ignition switch. No controle lights come one when you turn the switch. The tractor does start when using an srewdriver on the starter. It does not drive, no electric to the valves. The fuses in the fuse box located in the cab are ok. Also I did clean the conectors on the left hand front side of the cab.
I do not have a wiring schema for this tractor, does anybody know if it has some inline fuses and at what location?
Thank you

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01-08-2018 19:53:50

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 Re: Mf 50 hx elecrtical problems in reply to eurofarmer, 01-08-2018 14:26:08  
The older 50 models had two inline 30 amp fuses a few inches behind the starter on the wires coming off the battery feed. I don't know if the newer ones are that way.

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01-08-2018 23:03:34

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 Re: Mf 50 hx elecrtical problems in reply to Danielfire50, 01-08-2018 19:53:50  
No, it must have changed Daniel, after the starter the wiring goes straight into the wire loom. They must be in a different location, but I am running out of options. Hard to believe I have a broken wire, the loom seems intact and never had any issues before with this tractor.

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01-09-2018 09:06:07

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 Re: Mf 50 hx elecrtical problems in reply to eurofarmer, 01-08-2018 23:03:34  
I wonder if they used fuseable links. It's common for automobiles to have fuseable links feeding the fuse box.

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01-13-2018 15:48:21

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 Re: Mf 50 hx elecrtical problems in reply to Danielfire50, 01-09-2018 09:06:07  
After days of working on it(not fulltime)and getting frustrated with it found a broken wire behind a connector at the bottom of the cab.
So it is working again. No extra fuses on this model, I did find a schema in the end that was useful.

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