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Not familiar with your particular scooter - but I am well versed with electricity. The issue you're seeing is likely a result of a poor connection somewhere. The amount of power (current in amps) required to operate the horn or lights is a small fraction of that needed to run the motor.
You should trace larger sized wires/cables from the motor back as far as you can - ideally to the battery if possible. Remove, thoroughly clean and reconnect each of these cables under each terminal screw - one at a time. This way you'll know any unconnected cable goes on the only terminal that is removed.
At this point, you should have 100% good connections for all high current loads - including the motor and will probably be able to use the scooter. Placing the battery on a slow trickle charger overnight will help ensure that the battery is fully charged - not just enough to operate the horn or lights.
Hope its this. Batteries fully charged. You should take to dealer. I bent my go lever. I bent it back alittle. There is little switches under the cover, they can moved. Lever is not make proper contact
Ross I'm a little confused by your problem what charged light? Do you mean the battery level lights are all lit and it won't move. Or is the charger light on the charger and it won't move?
If you have charged the scooter and the battery lights show full charge then check to make sure that you are not in freewheel. If you are not in freewheel then the problem could be the throttlepot or speed control pot or the cable running to the rear from the console. It is difficult to tell you exactly what the problem is because it could be one or multiple problems. I suggest you contact your provider (where you got the scooter) and see if they can check it for you. Now if Medicare purchased your scooter for you you can call a service company to get it repaired. Repair Xpress @ 1-877-581-3733 or Roadrunner Mobility @ 1-800-467-2668 hope this helps Sorry I couldn't give you a definite fix
Hi. Some scooters will show a pattern like this while the charger is operating, but when the charger is turned off it should stop. Some internal chargers have a relay that is activated while the charger is on to disable the scooter. Does the scooter operate properly after the charger is turned off? If not, then unplug the charger where it connects to the batteries inside the scooter and see if this helps. If this helps, you might need a new charger.
Good luck. Neil.
i would suggest there is either a loose connection or the speed control has failed, the scooter will still run but at a slow speed, the part is fairly standard in all scooters. if i can be any furthur assitance please email me rick @ lxrixta.co.uk (remove the spaces)