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Ill try to help you, I think the slow flashing green lite is when you first plug it in the longer its on it will flash quickly when almost finished mine blinks untill full then stays on try to wear your battery all the way down then try to charge again good luck
well there is another way of checking the battery's and thats by load testing them.
1)Fully charge the battery's
2) load test both batterys make sure they are reading close to the same
If both battery's check out good than ,The next step would be to check that brake assembly.
1) Put the scooter on blocks so when you drive it doest runaway
2)Take the rear wheel off that the brake side is on
3) Put the scooter in drive with some tape or rubber band to hold it in drive
4) Make sure theres nothing in the way if the scooter should fall
5)check your break if it abnormally hot
If it is in fact abnormally hot ,the you have a break problem.
Hi. How many times does the light flash betwwen pauses? this is a fault code. Check free-wheel lever. Check motor and battery leads and connectors.
Check the resistance through the motor with a multi meter.
Good luck. Neil.
i have the same exact problem on 1 of my sons MX5s..i checked all 3 batteries and all that! you left out the controller clicks when the back wheels sapose to be moving ,it's not....so worse case scenerio batt,controller,motor,(650 This time)& throttle....So theres our blue print...lets hope it's just the batteries....!
Right off the top of my head I would suspect the charging circuit. The way to check this is to measure the voltage at the batteries while they are on charge. The voltage reading when they are supposed to be charging should be higher that what you would read at the batteries when they are not charging.
These charging circuits are not complicated and any electrician type should be able to trouble shoot the circuit and find the problem
Hope this helps Good Luck Loringh PS Please leave a rating if appropriate thanks