- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
If you recently changed the light bulb in the unit, try changing it back to a basic clear bulb. I just had the same problem, and after research, found that changing bulb to a new type LED bulb messed up the remotes. A good test, is to try the remotes when the garage door light is "OFF". My remotes worked as long as the light was "OFF". I changed the bulb back to basic bulb, and everything works fine!!
If there are no visible screws holding the cover together on the machine, then the parts are snapped into place together, which means much prying, bad talk, aggravation and possible broken parts is next. The manufacturer considers these machines disposable, but they do sell a limited number of repair parts for them. Here is the machine's parts breakdown diagram with parts available list.
Some of those bikes had a bunch of safety switches(read relays) that would go out for no other reason.than to make you really pissed off before you grabbed a hand full of throttle.
The ultimate solution for me and my Yamaha V was to wire the start button to the last relay. Going round the kickstand switch, the brake switch, the clutch switch and the neutral switch. Once the kickstand hits the back of your ankle or the bike jumps with the starter -- you just learned to be a better operator.
First to test the starter; open the handles of a plyers and arc across the big terminals on the starter solenoid. Be in neutral with key off !!!!!!! If starter runs- we are off to the safety switch solution.
So- Hook up a trouble light to your ground on the battery. Get a jumper from the hot side of the starter solenoid. and start going down the row of your safety solenoids. using the light on the output and the hot to activate it. Don't forget- they ground thu their sensor. So- you are testing the solenoid and it's switch(read sensor)- To activate -operate what ever safety devise it is protecting you from. Some where in there will be a dead or open solenoid.
When it charges, does the red light come on on the charger? Some of the CST2000 chargers make bad connections, and they don't actually charge.
Make sure the red light is coming on when you're charging the battery. If the light is coming on and you still can't use the trimmer after charging, you'll need either a new battery or a whole new battery pack (the black handle of the trimmer).
if your refering to the batt handle then its a obsolete item with no replacement part number. your part # is 243215-00 and your best bet is to sell it or put lots of ducktape or epoxy or keep checking ebay