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CLARK OP 15 WON'T POWER UP
Hi, I have a Clark Order Picker Model OP15 that I want to buy that will not power up with a fully charged battery. Any ideas what it could be?

FYI, the battery pack shows 23.4 volts and 7.35 amps.

Thanks!
  • Posted 13 Jul 2010 01:40 AM
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  • joe_d
  • Texas, United States
This wouldn't be an old cable steer model would it? Does it have 2 buttons on the dash? Turn the key switch to on and push the top button. Also may have side gate switches. Make sure the gates are down.

Ain't nothing I can't fix but a broken heart and the break of day!
  • Posted 13 Jul 2010 05:10 AM
  • joe_d
  • Texas, United States
[url removed] of curiosity, the serial number wouldn't happen to be OP15-0351-PM9296 would it?

Ain't nothing I can't fix but a broken heart and the break of day!
  • Posted 13 Jul 2010 05:14 AM
[url removed] one is OP15-0064-PMI-9282. Thanks for the replies! I'm having the guy put a fresh charge on the battery and will check it out tomorrow afternoon. I'll check back after that with the results. Thanks again!
  • Posted 13 Jul 2010 05:30 AM
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