Rexroth, now Bosch Rexroth, makes the best motion control products — servo motors, drives, and controls — on the planet. If you have this machinery in your facility, you probably can’t remember the last time you had any problems with it. If it’s not working right now, there are several steps you can take to get it working again. Of course, the fastest and way of troubleshooting your Rexroth system is by calling 479-422-0390 for professional support.
Check the error code
Legacy Indramat machinery will show you an error code on the H1 display. This is the machine’s way of telling you what’s wrong. You can check the error code (we have some specific posts for the most common ones) and see what to do.
If we haven’t written about the particular error code you’re seeing, you’ll need a manual. If the manual for your machinery hasn’t been seen since Margaret tidied the office sometime in the Reagan administration, go on to the next step.
Request a manual
We have all of the replacement Rexroth manuals. You just need to figure out just what machine you have, and you can find some help with that here on this website. Look in the main navigation to find the type of machine — drive, motor, control — and match it with the listed types.
Use our manual request form to request a copy and we will send the correct manual to you right away. You will then have all the basic information you need to troubleshoot your problem.
Call 479-422-0390 for troubleshooting support for Rexroth systems
How long has your production line been down? How much money are you bleeding every minute while your crew stands around waiting? And how many people are yelling at you right now?
Are you sure you want to download that manual and read it and try to figure out what was in the minds of the people who wrote the manual in 1973?
The most convenient and most efficient way to restore your Rexroth system is by calling us for professional support. We provide phone support, and we can fly an emergency replacement part to you while we facilitate a factory repair. You’ll get a fully functional part with a new warranty at the end of the process, and your downtime will be minimized.
That’s what we all want, right?