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LINEMASTER Electrical Parts for Forklift

Table Of Contents

1. Summary

2. LINEMASTER Electrical Parts We Offer

  1. Potentiometer Foot Switch

3. Category Breakdown: Electrical Parts for Forklift

  1. Drive Train Parts

  2. Steering and Braking Parts

  3. Electrical System Parts

  4. Other Important Parts

4. Benefits of Using Genuine LINEMASTER Parts

  1. Optimal Performance and Efficiency

  2. Enhanced Safety and Reliability

  3. Reduced Downtime and Repair Costs

  4. Preserved Forklift Value

5. Finding the Right LINEMASTER Parts

  1. Search Function

  2. Contact Customer Support

6. Troubleshooting Tips

  1. Reduced Power

  2. Slow Acceleration

  3. Uneven Braking

  4. Unusual Noises

  5. Dashboard Warning Lights

7. Maintenance Tips

  1. Regular Battery Maintenance

  2. Tire Inspection

  3. Hydraulic System Maintenance

  4. Safety Checks

  5. Follow the Owner's Manual

8. Takeaways


Lift Parts Warehouse is your one-stop shop for new and used LINEMASTER electrical parts. LINEMASTER is a reputable brand known for its reliable and high-performing forklifts. Using genuine LINEMASTER parts is crucial for maintaining your forklift's optimal performance, safety, and longevity.

LINEMASTER Electrical Parts We Offer

Potentiometer Foot Switch

The potentiometer foot switch, also known as a variable resistor foot pedal, plays a crucial role in controlling your forklift's speed. By applying pressure with your foot, you regulate the voltage sent to the motor, allowing for smooth and precise acceleration. We offer a range of LINEMASTER potentiometer foot switches compatible with various forklift models.

Potentiometer Foot Switch

Category Breakdown: Electrical Parts for Forklift

Maintaining your forklift requires a focus on several key component categories:

Drive Train Parts

  • Electric Motors (AC and DC): The heart of your forklift, electric motors come in AC (Alternating Current) and DC (Direct Current) variants. AC motors offer superior efficiency and lower maintenance needs, while DC motors are known for their reliability and affordability. Consider replacing a motor if you experience significant power loss, overheating, or unusual noises.

  • Motor Controllers: These electronic brains manage the operation of the electric motor, regulating speed and direction. Common signs of controller failure include erratic motor behavior, inability to control speed, or complete motor shutdown.

  • Transaxles/Reducers: Transaxles or reducers transmit power from the motor to the wheels. Worn-out gear sets within these components can lead to difficulty shifting, grinding noises, or reduced power delivery.

  • Differentials: Differentials distribute power between the drive wheels, allowing them to rotate at different speeds while cornering. If your forklift experiences issues with turning or exhibits excessive tire wear, a faulty differential might be the culprit.

Steering and Braking Parts

  • Steering Motors/Cylinders: Forklifts utilize electric motors or hydraulic cylinders for steering. Worn-out components can cause sluggish steering response, vibrations, or difficulty maintaining a straight line.

  • Steering Controllers: Like motor controllers, steering controllers manage the operation of the steering system. The controller might malfunction if you experience difficulty turning or lose steering functionality.

  • Brake Components (Pads, Shoes, Discs, Drums): Just like any vehicle, forklifts rely on a braking system for safe operation. Regular inspection and replacement of worn brake pads, shoes, discs, or drums are essential to ensure proper stopping power.

Electrical System Parts

  • Batteries: Your forklift's battery is its lifeblood. Lead-acid batteries are the most common type, offering a reliable and cost-effective solution. Lithium-ion batteries provide longer lifespans, faster charging times, and improved efficiency but come at a higher cost. Proper maintenance practices, like regular charging and watering (for lead-acid batteries), are crucial for maximizing battery lifespan.

  • Battery Chargers: Battery chargers replenish the energy stored in your forklift's battery. When choosing a replacement charger, consider factors like charging capacity, compatibility with your battery type, and available features like automatic shut-off.

  • Inverters/Converters: These components convert power from the battery to a usable format for specific forklift functions, such as operating the motor or auxiliary equipment. Depending on the affected system, issues with inverters or converters can manifest as various malfunctions.

  • Wiring Harnesses & Connectors: A network of wiring harnesses and connectors carries electrical current throughout the forklift. Faulty wiring can lead to a wide range of electrical problems, so it's crucial to identify and address any damage to these components.

Other Important Parts

  • Sensors (speed, temperature, etc.): Various sensors monitor critical aspects of forklift operation, like speed, temperature, and battery charge level. Sensor malfunctions can trigger warning lights, limit performance, or even cause the forklift to shut down for safety reasons.

  • Contactors/Relays: These electrical switches control the flow of current in different circuits. Signs of contactor or relay failure include flickering lights, intermittent power issues, or complete loss of function in specific systems.

  • Safety Interlocks: Safety interlocks play a vital role in preventing accidents. Examples include the seatbelt interlock, which prevents operation unless the operator is buckled in, or the overhead guard interlock, which disables travel if the guard is not raised. Any malfunctioning safety interlock should be replaced immediately.

  • Lights & Indicators: Forklifts are equipped with various lights and indicators for safe operation. Headlights, taillights, brake lights, and warning beacons all contribute to visibility and safety. Ensure all lights are functional and replace any faulty bulbs promptly.

Benefits of Using Genuine LINEMASTER Parts

Using genuine LINEMASTER parts offers several advantages:

Optimal Performance and Efficiency

Genuine parts are designed to work seamlessly with your forklift, ensuring peak performance and efficient operation.

Enhanced Safety and Reliability

High-quality parts minimize the risk of breakdowns and ensure your forklift operates safely and reliably.

Reduced Downtime and Repair Costs

Investing in genuine parts can extend the lifespan of your forklift and minimize the need for frequent repairs, ultimately saving you money.

Preserved Forklift Value

Using genuine parts maintains your forklift in top condition, helping to preserve its resale value.

Benefits of Linemaster parts

Finding the Right LINEMASTER Parts

Finding the parts you need for your forklift is easy at Lift Parts Warehouse. Here's how:

Search Function

Utilize our user-friendly search bar. Simply enter your forklift model number or the required part name. Our extensive inventory allows you to find the exact parts you need quickly and efficiently.

Contact Customer Support

Our knowledgeable customer support team is readily available to assist you. If you have any difficulty finding a particular part or require assistance identifying the correct component for your forklift, don't hesitate to contact us. We're happy to help!

Troubleshooting Tips

Reduced Power

Check the battery level and connections. Ensure the charger is functioning correctly.

Slow Acceleration

Inspect the motor brushes and connections for wear and tear.

Uneven Braking

Check the brake pads for wear and proper adjustment.

Unusual Noises

Identify the noise source and consult your manual or contact a service technician.

Dashboard Warning Lights

Refer to your owner's manual to understand the meaning of warning lights and take appropriate action.

Troubleshooting Tips

Maintenance Tips

Regular Battery Maintenance

Follow the manufacturer's recommendations for charging, watering (if applicable), and cleaning your battery.

Tire Inspection

Regularly check tire pressure and tread wear for optimal performance and safety.

Hydraulic System Maintenance

Schedule periodic maintenance to ensure proper fluid levels and system functionality.

Safety Checks

Conduct routine safety checks before each operation, including brakes, lights, and steering.

Follow the Owner's Manual

Refer to your forklift owner's manual for specific maintenance schedules and recommendations.

Maintenance Tips


  • Investing in high-quality electrical parts is essential for maintaining your machine's optimal performance, safety, and longevity.

  • Lift Parts Warehouse is your reliable source for new and used LINEMASTER parts, ensuring you have everything you need to keep your forklift running smoothly and efficiently.

  • Browse our extensive selection of LINEMASTER parts today! If you have any questions or require assistance finding specific parts, don't hesitate to contact our knowledgeable customer support team.