Question about Electric Mobility 4 Wheel Power Electric Motorized Wheelchair Scooter
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your break release shifter is in the push the scooter mode. Put it back in gear and the horn doesn' beep and it should run..
The horn beeping is the alarm to tell you the break release is on.
It is usually located under the seat on the body of the top of the battery housing. Looks like a stick with a ball on it.
Posted on Dec 18, 2010
The go go controller has a controller which will give you a specific beep code to indicate the problem with your scooter. From what you are describing, it seems that the throttle potentiometer is out of neutral at start-up. The controller needs to electrically sense the throttle pot is in neutral (center of left and right) to start. By turning the scooter on and off you are jiggling the pot enough to get it to zero out(go to neutral).
Please get back to me with the exact model of the go go and with the exact number of beeps in the error code and I will be able to diagnose the problem in a more definitive way.
The most common error codes involve the throttle pot out of neutral at start-up and the brake freewheel lever is in freewheel.
You can see if the throttle pot is out of neutral by moving it slightly in either direction with one hand and turning the scooter off and on with the other hand. If the scooter works by this slight adjustment of the pot, then this part needs to be replaced. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 31, 2011
The beeping indicates a failure of the motor.This is caused by either the brakes are seized or the controller for the motor has failed.
In the first case just remove the rear cover and , using a big flat screwdriver, just push the brake pads away from the disk. In the second case there is nothing you can do, you will have to contact the manufacturer - Handicare - or the dealer from which you have purchased it and find out which is the closest location that can service your scooter.
Posted on Jun 06, 2011
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