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410 skid steer brake wont release the control board is fine

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Check the solenoid

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SOURCE: Kase skid steer starts bit wont ingage any of the controls, info board keeps flashin seatbelt light and i cant unlock or take off parking brake????

Start with the seat belt. Safety first. Sensor is in the latch or a broken wire to it.

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