9 5 0 B O P E R A T O R S S T A T I O N
E L E C T R I C A L T R O U B L E S H O O T I N G
The 950B Kickouts are similar to the 980C, 988B and 992C systems in the
ways that follow:
1. They use the position of magnets in relation to an electronic switch box to
cause the kickout action.
2. They use the same type of pilot control.
3. The bucket positioner latches up (the kickout keeps activated) to give easier
control when the bucket is loaded.
The 950B uses solid state (electronic, no moving parts) switches. When
the magnets south pole is close, the solid state switch feels the magnetic field
and connects or disconnects the solenoid by way of a transistor.
NOTE: A yellow dot on the magnet identifies the south pole.
Service is not done on the solid state switches. There are easy tests to find if the
switches are good or bad. Be sure to do these tests instead of just making a
replacement of parts.