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Electric error code 15
My forlklift will not move. The display show error code 15. Any help?

Clay Gregorc
  • Posted 16 Feb 2008 05:31 AM
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  • carl_v
  • Pennsylvania, United States
If the truck has GE EV-100 control, -15 is battery voltage too low.
Should have 1.95 volt per cell or higher. Or if the truck was set for let's say 48 volt and you tried a 36 volt battery, 15 would be displayed. Sounds like the battery needs charged at the very least.
  • Posted 16 Feb 2008 06:18 AM
When I parked the truck it was reading 90%. If the battery is low, any ideas on how to get it to the charger? Thanks.

Clay Gregorc
  • Posted 16 Feb 2008 06:25 AM
As suggested,check the battery voltage,and check the main power fuse,as well.
  • Posted 16 Feb 2008 03:25 PM
Battery defect

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  • Posted 15 Apr 2008 06:25 AM
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