This highly detailed digital repair manual covers all repairs, servicing and troubleshooting procedures. All technical details taken directly from the manufacturer can be found in this manual. Linde Order Picker Truck Series 015: V12 Service Repair Manual is the same manual used by professional technicians, mechanics and workshops around the world

Linde Order Picker Truck Series 015: V12 Service Repair Manual has easy-to-read text sections with top quality diagrams and instructions, will guide you through fundamentals of maintaining and repairing, step-by-step, to teach you what the factory trained technicians already know by heart, Using this repair manual is an inexpensive way to keep your vehicle working properly.


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Manual Covers:

A Travel drive
Drive motor, general
Drive motor, terminals
Drive motor, monitors
Drive motor, removal
Drive motor, installation
Replacing the carbon brushes
Replacing the drive wheel
Gear, removal
Changing the gear oil
Checking the gear oil level
Lubricating the bogie bearing

B Steering system
Block diagram of standard electrical steering system ( W96 )
Block diagram of electronic steering controller W96
Description of steering controller
Pin assignment for steering controller/steering amplifier
Main current connections for steering controller/steering amplifier
Service switch for steering controller/steering amplifier W96
Adjusting the steering controller W96
Steering wheel setpoint generator – basic setting
Actual value potentiometer – basic setting
Steering wheel setpoint generator – removal
Actual value potentiometer – removal
Servo unit (steering motor)
– Removal
– Carbon brushes
Steering chain
– Removal
– Installation
– Chain tension

C Brake system
Electromagnetic brake
Removing the brake
Adjusting the brake clearance
Meassuring the brake deceleration
Automatic end-of-aisle braking (EASS)
EASS inductive
– Function
– Guide
– Monitoring
– Proximity switches
– Displays and pin assignment
EASS magnetic, bi-stable
– Function
– Guide
– Monitoring
– Magnetic switch
– Switching magnet
– Displays and pin assignment
ZAG magnetic, mono-stable
– Function
– Guide
– Monitoring
– Magnetic switch
– Displays and pin assignment
End-of-aisle safety system (EASS) Reflexli
– Function
– Reflector types
– Example of reflector installation on aisle shelves
– View
– Monitoring
– Displays and error codes
– Pin assignment
– Mounting in the aisles one-sided reflector installation
– Mounting in the aisles two-sided reflector installation
– Light barrier installation

D Slide carriage
Replacing the idling wheels

I Wire guidance
– General
– Description of the operating modes
Manual operation
Automatic operation
– Wire search
– Preparatory aisle travel
-Aisle travel
Switching over to manual
-Version 10.2
Improved detection mode
Detection process, forwards
Detection process, reverse
Display on operating console during detection process with det. curve
Block diagram
– Guide to components in the inductive wire guidance system
– Test operating unit (TBE)
– Adjusting chart
– Checking the mechanical system
– LR80 display for inductive wire guidance
– LR80 display and LED displays
– Digital filter calibration
– Central control unit – CPU board
– Central control unit – DC/DC converter board
– Central control unit – base plate (with aisle recognition)
– Central control unit
Switching outputs
– Testing the speed sensor
– Speed sensor
– Loading the standard parameter set
– Language selection
– Steering amplifier
– Maximum steering angle
– Adjusting the setpoint potentiometer
– Setpoint potentiometer
– Setting the offset potentiometer for “forwards and reverse straight-on travel” to “00”
– Adjusting the actual value potentiometer
– Actual value potentiometer
– Guide frequency generator
Battery buffer
Commissioning the guide frequency generator
Adapting the output filter to a wire loop
Connecting the wire loop
Technical data
– Mounting and adjusting the antennas
Ascertaining the centre marking for antenna installation at the front
Adjusting the antenna at the front
Adjusting the offset potentiometer for “straight-on forwards”
Mounting and adjusting the antenna at the rear
Adjusting the offset potentiometer for “straight-on reverse”
– Antennas
– Emergency-stop parameters – General
– Emergency-stop parameters – XE59
– Emergency-stop parameters – XE5B
– Emergency-stop parameters – XE5A
– Emergency-stop parameters – XE5D
– Adjusting the steering angle limiter
Steering angle limiter switch ±3° (3S35)
Swivel lever “locked” stop
“Locked” switch (3S34)
“Unlocked” switch (3S33)
– Steering angle limiter – General
– Steering angle limiter – Pin assignment for control board 3A24
– Steering angle limiter – Swivel lever control
– Steering angle limiter – Swivel lever control on switching on
– Steering angle limiter – Aisle recognition
– Aisle recognition
Aisle recognition sensor system
Mounting the reflectors
Guide to operating modes of the LR80 and max. travel speeds
– Notebook – preparation for programming the LR80
– Programming / changing parameters / test selection
– Summary of all the LR80 parameters
– Storing parameters
– Error messages

M Electrical system
Block diagram of electrical system
Guide to components – operator’s cab and attachments
Guide to components – controls compartment and triple mast
Guide to components – double mast
Guide to components – controls compartment LR80, EASS, rails switch
Main current component panel
– Fuses
– Contactors
– Travel and pump controller
– DC/DC converter
– EASS module (automatic braking at end of aisle)
– Connectors
– LR80 module
– Steering angle limiter module (LWB)
Terminals, mast end transfer
Terminals, chassis transfer
Deadman switch
Barrier switches
Travel and pump controller
– Components
– General
– Main current terminals
– Logic board pin assignment
– DC/DC converter
Operating console
– Versions
– Operating elements and display elements
– Pin assignment
– Block diagram of internal wiring
– Block diagram of external wiring
– Removing the travel setpoint generator
– Removing the lifting/lowering setpoint generator
Casibo (distributor in cab)
Travel profiles

N Hydraulic system
Block diagram
Hydraulic unit, complete
Valve block
Hydraulic plan
Diagram of function

O Onboard Diagnosis
Starting diagnosis
Menu 0_ EPROM versions
Menu 1_ Battery type
Menu 2_ Digital inputs
Menu 3_ Analogue inputs

S Optispeed
Travel Speed
Outside the aisle
Inside the aisle
Safety instructions
Description of errors
Removal and installation
Repair instructions
1. Replacing the potentiometer
2. Replacing the cable
3. Replacing the incremental encoder
4. Replacing the belt
5. Replacing the spring
Adjustable configurations and options
Tester function (Tester)
Function list Optispeed
Error code list
Pin assignment

V Servicesoftware
Connecting the notebook to the FPS
Guide to the program
Making connections
Reading data out of the FPS (receive from RAM)
Saving a data set on the notebook
– Saving new data with the main menu (Save as…)
– Saving new data with the parameter menu (Save as…)
– Opening a data set (file) – Open command
– Overwriting a data set (file) – Save command
Saving data in the FPS
– Sending a data set (file) directly to the FPS (Tx from file)
Changing the parameters (Parameter Change)
– Reading a data set out of the FPS (Receive from RAM)
– Changing parameters
– Sending a data set to the FPS (Transmit to EEPROM)
– List of parameters
Setting the configuration (Set Configuration)
– Reading a configuration out of the FPS (Receive from RAM)
– Setting the configuration
– Sending a configuration to the FPS (Transmit to EEPROM)
– Adjustable configurations
Reading in the setpoint and actual value potentiometers (Adjustment)
– Reading in setpoint and actual value pots, from version 1.35
– Reading in setpoint and actual value pots, to version 1.33
– Reading in travel setpoint pot. to version 1.33 (VACC program)
Test functions (Tester)
– List of functions
Reading out the error memory (Alarm Logbook)
– Table of error codes
Entering the operating hours (Set Hour Counter)
Clearing the EEPROM (Clear EEPROM)
– Instructions on clearing the EEPROM
Other functions
– Exiting the program (Exit)
– Software configuration (Configuration)
– Keyboard commands

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