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Turn the scooter's power switch to the OFF position.
Connect the charger's plug to the charging port on the scooter.
Plug the charger's power cable into a power outlet.
When the charger's LED red/orange light is on, the battery is charging. Optimal charging time is 6 to 8 hours, or up to 10 hours to achieve a complete charge. The scooter manual will have the exact charging
Times recommended for your scooter.
Stop charging when the LED light is completely green.
Disconnect charger from the scooter, then from the power outlet.
Run your scooter before riding it to verify the battery charge.
Charge without the key on. Make sure your charger is applying power to the scooter. It may have a blown fuse or some other internal problem. If your batteries were totally discharged your charger will not recharge them. You'll have to charge them individually with an automotive style battery charger that is NOT an automatic charger. It may take 3 days continuous charging to recover enough charge before your scooter charger will continue to charge until the batteries are fully charged. If this doesn't work then the batteries will never take a charge nad need to be replaced.
hi ,there are two parts to batteries holding power and preforming well, firstly how good are the batteries, secondly how good is the charger ?, good batteries and a bad charger will make the batteries appear bad...
You can charge the batteries with your offboard charger and the battery pack still on the scooter just plug the charger into the charger port on the side of the battery case and then plug it into the wall socket and charge overnite Will work just like if you removed the battery pack from the scooter. Hopw this helps you
James your scooter use 2 12-12ah batteries located inside the battery case. Just remove the screws holding the case together and remove the old batteries then replace with the new ones making sure that you repace the wiring just as you removed them from the old batteries you might also have a heat sensor attached to one of the batteries make sure you reattach that to the new batteries. Any off board charger made for power chairs or scooters will work but try to find a 4 amp charger with an on/off switch. Always turn the charger off when plugging or unplugging from the scooter Check on e-bay or with a provider for a charger Hope this helps
Make sure that the charger is fully connected to the scooter; ususally the controller lights will go slowly left to right to indicate it is charging. Make sure the charger is plugged directly into the grounded wall outlet, not into an extension cord or power bar. If the charger is not being recognized by the scooter, you may need to replace the charger, or at least the power cord to the charger.
If your scooter has been sitting unused for a while? If so, the batteries might not charge anymore and will need to be replaced. Contact the manufacturer for a service call or troubleshooting over the phone.