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I have power to only the motor. None of the lights,blinkers, horn, etc work. I've changed the converter and the brain controller, I've checked the breaker, it's fine. If anyone has a diagram for this scooter, or can offer suggestions it would be greatly appreciated......Thx,Keith
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi, if you got a meter , check the voltage o nthe charger socket , it should be about 24v,
that is the left and right pin, not the middle pin that is slighly lower,
if the voltages are going up and down goto the batteries first and chec k the connections on the terminal, tight ?, check them back the the charging socket, normally the charging socket is wires indirectly to the batteries.
Posted on Jan 15, 2010
This sounds she has tripped her circuit breaker. It works just like the one on your house, when you ask too much of it it suddenly goes 'pop' and seems to be dead.
Looks like you have the same scooter as mine, it should be a little white button on the back of the base. If you follow this link, it will give you a pdf version of the older model pride victory manual, (Mine is a three, they are up to about 10!) See fig. 8 on page 20 and 'Circuit Breaker' on page 21. Also, Page 33 has the troubleshooting info. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 06, 2010
Hi. When the machine is on, does it display a flashing light or LED on the display for a fault code? Is the free-wheel lever switch operating correctly?
You might have a sticky brush in the motor. Take the brushes out and check their condition. If the brush caps are not tight enough then the current arc's on to the side of the brush, and it jams in the brush holder.
Check the resistance through the motor before touching the brushes. Check motor and battery connectors for continuity and any sign of heat or melted plastic. Check operation and resistance of the brake unit. Most controllers in mobility scooters are quite reliable, so always eliminate all other possibilities before looking at the controller. Good luck. Neil.
Posted on May 29, 2010
Unfortunatly, your batteries need to be replaced.
The batteries contain a gel that needs to have current run through it on a regular basis (at least 8 hours once a week) or it will solidify. If you attach the charger, what will most likely happen is the green light will either stay green or go to green after a very short time. The charger will indicate the batteries are full, but instead of being full of pwer, they are full of crud. Your warranty will most likely not cover replacment as this is due to customer neglect, but your insurance may still cover the replacement if you can wait for the process to go through. Otherwise, you will need to replace the batteries on your own. There is enough power to turn on the lights and honk the horn, but not enough to get the motors to work. Make sure all of your connections are good and the fuses are intact and that your manual brake release or freewheel lever is in the drive position.
Posted on Oct 25, 2010
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