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Rascal em100 is charged but does not go

All fuses have been checked and look good

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My rascal 600 shows fully charge and dead when you sit down on the seat


Hi some came with electric seat :::::: when U sit on the seat it could B shorting out the wiring :: check to c if you're scooter has the electric seat good luck

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Is there a fuse or breaker ? have good batterys ,no power at key.


I would check the multi-pin connector on steering and also where it connects under the seat between the batteries.

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I have a Rascal 600T Scooter and it wont do anything no lights no noises nothing the only thing the comes on is the power brick in the scooter when you put it on charge. Can Anyone Help?


hi what is the Power Brick ?


are there any wire connected to the keylock ?

if not those wires could be the keylock wires so touching them may turn the scooter on , this is at your own risk !!..

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Rascal 230 wiring diagram


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How to change batteries in a Rascal


The Rascal 600/300, remove the seat, lift off the cover, unplug a battery, replace the old battery with a new one, putting the cable connections on the same way, red is +, black is -. Do the same with the next battery, reconnect the anderson plugs,reinstall the cover and seat and plug in the charger with the key on watch to see the needle raises up toward the full mark, allow to charge fully, overnight is good. keep the bats charged up not allowing them to drop below half way for the first 20 charges to break in the batteries. as a rule charge the scooter after every use!
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My dads mobility scooter wont go and the two light on the black box under the seat are not on .


A blown charging circuit fuse? The fuse may be under a floor hatch and mat and not feature in the manual - that turned out to be the case with a Pride Mobility scooter.

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I have a Rascal 240. The battery charger has blown the internal fuse. It is a GMA but I do not know the proper ampherage to use. The fuse in it was repalced by the person who sold it to me and I


The charger puts out 24VDC@4A. Typically my charger [off a Rascal 600t] will charge at 3.5A. It seems that the industry standard is to multiply the amperage by 135% providing that your using the proper gage wire and the temperature is nominal. 3.5A x 1.35 = 4.73 or 5A. So i think a 5A fuse will do it for you

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Rascal scooter no forward or reverse or seat rise


Does the scooter have any power to it at all? Have you recently charged the batteries? If the scooter has been sitting unused for a while the batteries may not take a full charge and need to be replaced. If the batteries are good, check the fuses and all of the battery connections to ensure nothing has come lose. Sounds like a power issue.
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