Genie is a well-known company that makes tools for working at heights and lifting things. Genie equipment has built-in diagnostic tools that can give fault codes to show when something is wrong or not working right.
Please keep in mind that Genie’s error codes can be different based on the model and type of equipment. Each fault number is linked to a specific problem or system error, which makes it easier for technicians to figure out what’s wrong and fix it.
Even though I don’t have access to a full and up-to-date list of Genie fault codes, I can give you some examples of general fault codes that you might find in Genie equipment:
- Fault Code 02: Platform Fault – Check platform control console.
- Fault Code 03: Platform Fault – Check platform cable.
- Fault Code 07: Platform Fault – Check platform extension.
- Fault Code 14: Ground Control Fault – Check ground control.
- Fault Code 19: Platform Fault – Check platform ground controls.
- Fault Code 25: Low Oil Pressure – Check hydraulic oil level and condition.
- Fault Code 31: Platform Fault – Check platform leveling.
- Fault Code 38: Platform Fault – Check platform rotate.
- Fault Code 47: Ground Control Fault – Check ground control rotate.
- Fault Code 51: Low Battery Voltage – Check battery voltage and charging system.
Low battery voltage. Check the battery voltage and the charging device.
Please keep in mind that these fault codes are just examples. The real fault codes for different Genie types may be different. If a Genie piece of equipment gives you a fault code, you need to look up the code and look at the right technical paperwork to figure out what’s wrong and how to fix it.
For the most up-to-date and complete Genie fault code list for your particular piece of equipment, I suggest looking at official Genie resources like their technical manuals, operator’s manuals, or calling Genie customer support or an authorized Genie service center. These sites will tell you everything you need to know about fault codes and how to fix them.