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Code 201
  • randy_t
  • Washington, United States
Lift throws 201 code and a strong sulfur smell. Battery has full charge. Lift operates at low speed, but soon as you increase speed it codes out 201. All troubleshooting points to Access 2. Any help?
  • Posted 9 Nov 2016 03:46 AM
  • • Modified 9 Nov 2016 05:20 AM by poster
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  • Zerk
  • Arkansas, United States
Water the battery. Hook a volt meter to the battery and raise up the forks you will see a big volt drop when you travel slow it's not to big but at full travel it will drop to far and freak the lift out. (voltage dropping under what the modules need to operate.
  • Posted 14 Nov 2016 03:41 AM
  • randy_t
  • Washington, United States
Thanks Zerk. I suspected the battery was the problem, and that test proved it. It was a refurbished battery, and to go one step further, I swapped batteries and the lift operated fine. Thanks again.
  • Posted 15 Nov 2016 02:16 AM
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