Yale ERC030GN48TE084:
48 volt truck only runs on 36 volts

Serial A814N02928B

This is a 48 volt unit. Has new battery and new charger. Both set up correctly. Customer ran unit extremely dead. got battery charger and equalized and unit will not run on 48 volts only 36 volts. When on 48 volts it reads voltage too high. had controllers inspected and they passed. hooked up handset and tried adjusting function 15 with no change. looked all over truck and unable to find any sort of dip switches. are there any dip switches in the controllers? is there something Im missing? or any other tests I can do? thanks for any input
  • Posted 24 Sep 2021 02:41
  • Discussion started by jordan_wiebe
  • South Dakota, United States
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From what I'm reading you don't have parameters set correctly.
  • Posted 27 Sep 2021 03:10
  • Reply by forkliftpete
  • Ontario, Canada

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