Although the power connecter box shows that it is recieving power, the charge light does not go on and the scooter will not charge. We've checked all connections and nothing looks bad, we've checked the fuse, we've pushed the reset button. Any ideas? Of course, we can not find the instruction manual!
I have a 4 wheel scooter .the fan want out of the charger and i replaced the fan but befor i know it want out i smell it so i replaced it and now i charger my batters they say they are chargered but i work it for 10 15 min the meter gos back in the red never did this till after the fan want out can you tell me who i can call to fix or look at my charger i cant afoued a new one THANK YOU PLEASEHELP
Sounds like the gell batterys you can try a battery conditioner it may charge them enough for your charger to work again .if the batterys are not charged or used for a wile the batterys will not let the charger work they should be charged almost all the time
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* Circuit breaker on main control box is tripped * Fuse blown (check fuse in main control box assembly). * Incorrect polarity at battery terminals * Dead batteries. * Charging cable is still connected to charging receptacle * One of the cable connections at the main control box is loose. * Control connection cable disconnected * Broken key switch * Throttle stuck fully open * Throttle control potentiometer broken. * Speed potentiometer broken * Battery voltage too low. * Faulty charging cable. * Charger not working. * Charging circuitry in main control box assembly not working
If these check OK, the problem is likely to in the control connection cable or upper control box Verify that the upper control box is getting 24V. (Blue wire on red connector.)
* If the upper control box is not getting 24V, replace control connection cable
* If the upper control box is getting 24V, check key switch operation and verify wiring in the upper control box. Trace voltage from keyswitch on to find where the problem occurs. (Replace upper control box if necessary.)
* Charge batteries with a 12V charger or replace if necessary.
* Ohm test the charging cable - replace if necessary.
* Test scooter with a different charger, if new charger works, replace charger.
* Check wiring in main control box assembly - replace in line relay if necessary * If batteries, charger, and all wiring is good, replace controller PCB. (Note the model number for the PCB, for example 1208-2330.)
soo Have the provider install new batteries. No telling how long the "new" batteries sat on a shelf and in the showroom without being charged. The batteries are warrantied and should be replaced. While you're at have them check out the scooter after the new batteries are installed and remember to charge before use. Hope this helps
Has the scooter been sitting unused for a while? Will the horn honk when the scooter is connected to the charger? If the batteries are charged and NO LIGHTS come on at all when you turn the scooter on, please check all of your connections, most importantly the fuses as your circuit may be incomplete. If there was any power getting to the scooter at all, the lights would at least blink to let you know there was a problem. When batteries sit for a while they will oxidize and go solid which may prevent them from getting a full charge. The charger shows them as full but it is just the current bouncing back from the solid core. Try replacing the batteries to see if that solves the problem, if not, contact the manufacturer. Good luck!