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Scooter not charging only the green light is on, no red

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Hi , okay there can be a number of reason for this..why , because the charger can't see the battery voltage , if the charger does not have a fault.

1. the fuse has has blown on the battery case.
2. The Charger in question has develop a fault.
3. the charger socket on the scooter is damaged or the charger pins on the charger are damaged.
4. the battery voltage is too low...

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Posted on Nov 18, 2013

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SOURCE: will not charge

then I would first chec kthe connections that the battery charger connects to, check the batteries on another scooter .

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Posted on Oct 01, 2009

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SOURCE: my victory 4 mobilty wont charge the green light is very faint/the charger was tested working.so why wont my scooter charge

make sure battery cables are secure at battery terminals and clean.how old are the batteries.If the batteries run down fast they are no good.a good way to test them is put scooter against some thing solid and go forward.If the battery indicator drops to o the batteries are no good.It takes about 10 hours to charge the batteries

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