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Error Messages for Walkie 102XM
Hey i recently received and error code E107 and E108 for my Raymond Walkie 102XM. WE don't have the time to wait for the technical book and not exactly sure it is in the book to order it right now with the company if anyone would be able to help me out with this it would make my week.
  • Posted 6 May 2009 12:07 AM
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your battery pack is below 17 volts, the main contactor is welded or shorted, the lift contactor is shorted/welded or the circuit breaker is open. there is a update to use a larger amp circuit breaker. I have had lots of battery problems with these. sometimes cheaper to replace whole power pack than just the batterys.
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  • Posted 7 May 2009 05:38 AM
  • Scottyb
  • Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
I have the same walkie, with (C 28 code) no power anywhere except the handle. Any ideas??
  • Posted 5 Mar 2011 12:56 AM
  • joe_d
  • Texas, United States
Check the E-stop button and make sure it's not engaged. Disconnect the wires to the lift solenoid and cycle the keyswitch. If it goes away, bad lift solenoid. If not, take a look at the wire harness where it passes through the bottom of the handle. 9 times out of 10 that will be your problem.

Ain't nothing I can't fix but a broken heart and the break of day!
  • Posted 5 Mar 2011 01:40 AM
  • Scottyb
  • Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
Thanks and million. The lift solenoid was stuck in. Back in action. Thanks again.
  • Posted 5 Mar 2011 02:45 AM
I have a 8900 Pallet Jack and E107 relates to the main contactor it could be lots of things wires loose,tips being dirty, not making contact, take it apart and see the pattern on the tip it should be like a diamond [url removed] tips kit.... look their online sales number online to order and get a part number for the mean time you can clean with contactor cleaner, as for the other code showing C128 always mean something wrong with the handle. (I don't know the differences between this two models but I bet is the same). good luck

Adding to that E107, can cause other faults like undervoltage.

Raymond Action
  • Posted 5 Mar 2011 09:17 AM
  • • Modified 5 Mar 2011 09:18 AM by poster
Code E107 - Contactor Off
Reason Contactor probably present but controller could not close it successfully.
Possible Cause/
Corrective Action
Problem with main contactor tips.
• If contactor clicks prior to displaying this code, polish contactor tips. If
this is unsuccessful, replace contactor.
Low voltage.
• Try closing contactor with a known-good battery.
Short in contactor coil wiring.
• Replace contactor.
Code E108 - Contactor Welded or Missing
Reason Main contactor tips probably welded or missing.
Possible Cause/
Corrective Action
Main contactor tips welded.
Open or short circuit in contactor circuit.
• Check contactor, wiring (coil), and cabling.
Bad power amplifier.

summery: contractor problems,
battery problems!
  • Posted 28 Aug 2012 11:13 AM
  • • Modified 28 Aug 2012 11:15 AM by poster
Derrick_r you are only about 5 months behind on your answer buddy.

Raymond Action
  • Posted 29 Aug 2012 02:35 AM
life is tough! better late than never, right?
sorry i couldnt help you in time...., but others might like it!
  • Posted 30 Aug 2012 01:32 PM
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