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If you charge a mx500 while it is on will it ruin the bike

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It is not designed to charge while the power switch is on..you will damage your bike and void your warranty.thats like putting the positive and negitve on backwards when u jump a car...don't do it, follow instructions...

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How long can the Razor MX500 Dirt Rocket be ridden after charged?


Run time depends on a few things, including the weight of the rider, the terrain being riden over and the condition of the bike.
For example, a light rider riding on flat hard packed dirt or paved road with a bike that is in good mechanical condition - tires inflated to correct pressure, chain correctly adjusted/lubed, brakes adjusted, etc. - will have a longer run time than a heavier rider on soft undulating dirt with a bike that has not been maintained.
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Check out the trouble shooting guide and user manual if you are getting less than half and hour.
http://www.razorama.com/ownersmanuals.html

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I'm sure it already is cooled down but it needs to cool down after an episode like that. Hopefully the motor stopped running as an over heating issue. If the charger wire melted on the motor where it plugs in, it was to HOT to plug it in at that moment, you should only charge a cool battery. Fuse you can check for look somewhere in the area of the battery, you might need to remove a cover or two to find, if there is one or maybe a fusible link is somewhere in the system.Without seeing this particular bike I cannot tell you exactly where to look. Maybe try online they have service centers for these bikes maybe in your area type in the info on the bikes info plate somewhere on the bike, as a random search for parts and info. Good luck!

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