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I suggest you refer to the instructions for the specification.
The first requirement is fitting the charger socket and the next is having the correct polarity.
The type of battery is important and the required charge rate/time is also important. A lead/acid battery should ideally use a constant voltage charger. Ni-cads and similar should ideally use a constant current charger.
The vehicle might have it's own intelligent charging circuitry and just need a power supply but if this is not so then the more sophisticated the charger you buy, the longer life the batteries will have.
I just got a lil rider motorcycle for my grandson i follow al the instructions to the T two Times'is but is not charging i dont know if is the charger or what is going on. The charger Stay with the red liht on at all Time. Please HELP
first of all check for at least 6 volts from the battery and the charger, you can test this using a multimeter, if the battery doesn't show any volts, lift up one side of the plastic housing on the top and verify that both the positive and negative wires are plugged in
have you checked the battery with a multimeter to make sure that it is showing some power? you can get a multimeter at your local hardware store for around $10. The peg perego batteries have a known issue wth the batteries coming disconnected under the blue plastic housing
check the sharger with a multimeter to make sure that its putting out enough volts, Is it a 6v or 12v quad, also i've seen alot of peg perego batteries where the wires on the battery itself have come disconnected under the plastic housing, you can use an auto body panel trim removal tool to pop the plastic piece on one side of the battery to check and see if the wires are connected
try taking the battery unit out,the battery should have a plug that fits to the quad disconnect the battery from the quad. the square end of the battery lead should fit in the end of the charger.its not the quad you need to charge its the battery you need to charge,hope that helps
To charge... you need to remove the seat. Only 2 screws holding it in place. Underneath you will see the battery...you will notice wires from the battery connect to wires from the motor on the wheels...pull apart those 2 connectors and attach the charger...then plug it in to a wall socket and leave connected for a long period of time. I don't remember how long it takes for a full charge...but I'm thinking at least 12 hours. If the battery doesn't hold a charge you can typically get it at walmart or online. Best of luck.
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Look in your manual if you lost it then, go to razor.com and request one. But the simple answer is to: 1. Turn off the scooter 2. Plug charger into wall outlet. 3. Find the hole on the side that matches the charger plug(not the wall outlet plug) . 4. Plug the charger into the scooter. 5. Wait until the charger turn off ( if the charger is a smart charger), typical charging time is 4-6hours.
*If not a smart charger you can calculate the charge time by using an online battery charging time calculator.