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DMA SCOOTER WONT MOVE ALTHOUGH BATTERY FULLY CHARGED


Are there any fault codes, flashing light. Check your user manual in the trouble shooting guide.

Have you disconnected charger from scooter as it will not move if it is still connected to scooter.

Apr 18, 2015 | Health & Beauty

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Scooter not charging when plugged into the charger


measure the voltage of the batteries thru the charging socket of the scooter, the outside 2 pins.

Sep 20, 2014 | Health & Beauty

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Scooter won't move


Things to check: Drive/Free wheeling switch, brake release lever (this activates an internal micro-switch that enable power to the drive system, battery box connectors (condition of contacts - corroded, missing, loose. etc.); main control cable (corrosion. lose or missing pins, etc). If all these are OK, could be controller or drive control potentiometers (speed, forward, backward) on the handle-bar (tiller).
Good luck!

Aug 09, 2012 | Electric Mobility Merits Electric...

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Hi there i have a sHOPRIDER MOBILITY SCOOTER WHICH HAS NOT BEEN USED FOR ABOUT SIX MONTHS AND I NOW NEED TO USE IT I HAVE TRIED TO CHARGE IT UP BUT THE BATTERY INDICATOR ON THE SCOOTER SAYS ITS FULL SO IVE...


The battery it is dying and it dead and the core of the battery it self can't retain enough the of charge of the electricities for to the battery to move the scooter.Change to a brand new battery ur scooter should work fine.

Oct 27, 2011 | Shoprider Sunrunner 4 - 4 Wheel Scooter

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Try to use scooter, clicking sound, then moves bout 4 inches. charged batteeries all night.


How old are the batteries? When you connect the charger, if the charger indicates the batteries are charged within a few minutes and the battery power does not last more than 1-2 hours or less, it may indicate that that the batteries will not take a charge anymore and need to be replaced.
If the battery indicator on the scooter says the batteries are charged but the scooter still will not move, make sure the freewheel lever is in the drive position.
If you continue to have issues, contact your sales person or the manufacturer to schedule a service call.
Good luck!

Oct 19, 2010 | Sonic 3 Wheel Scooter

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Electric 3 wheeled mobility scooter wont move


Look at the rear of the scooter, make sure the Free Wheel lever is engaged

Jun 27, 2010 | Electric Mobility 3 Wheel Motorized...

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We have charged the battery and when we turn on the scooter all it does it make a beeping sound and the scooter will not move


So the Battery charger is showing a green light (Fully Charged ?) Can you tell me the MAke and Model of the Scooter ?

Jun 12, 2009 | Pride Mobility Products Go-Go Elite...

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Batteries are charged, scooter won't move, no power to display


It is impossible to overcharge with the Pride charger. When the battery is full, it will stop charging and check about oncew a miute to maintain the charge.

Now, when you plug in the key (looks like an audio headset jack) does the battery meter indicate a full charge? Also, the scooter will not move if its in free wheel mode, and it will not move if the charger is plugged in. Beyond these first steps, you will need a voltage meter to troubleshoot.

Jan 18, 2009 | Pride Mobility Products Go-Go Elite...

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