Question about Razor MX500 Dirt Rocket
Within weeks of purchase, batteries would not hold a charge. Bought new batteries and installed, and after two or three tries, they do not hold a charge. I am thinking the charger is bad since scooter I had worked beautifully for 2 years.
Are the batteries really gettin a full charge or is your charger faulty. If you can borrow a voltage meter you can see what your battery is putting out and check the charger (plugged in) to test how much voltage it is putting out. If the Razor is 12 volt you can hook up a car/motorcycle charger to pump up those batteries. I don't think your batts are not holding a charge, i think they're not gettin a charge....good luck to you...Tim
Posted on May 09, 2009
Before buying another charger, just borrow or rent one from a friend that works on theirs and try it on yours..that will give u a huge idea on whats wrong.good luck my friend!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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