Mine didn't come with instructions on how to charge the battery that attaches to the bottom. I have tried putting the battery on and plugging in the player overnight but when I unplug the power cord the battery isnt working. The charge light kinda tries to light up but nothing. How do I charge up the battery?
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This battery box attaches to the base platform with some very aggressive Velcro. The bottom of the box has a battery connector that mates up to the platform when the box is put on the scooter. The easiest method is to pull straight up on the battery box using the handle of the box. You will feel the Velcro release. Use 2 hands and wiggle it slightly. Some earlier versions had a battery box that actually locked into the base. This battery box required pulling out the flat release levers on both vertical sides of the box to release the battery box. I am going from memory on this.
If you need another technique, try removing the seat first and stand straight over the battery box. Bending your knees and grabbing with both hands pull the battery box handle straight up. It should release.
Before reinstalling vacuum and clean the platform and bottom of the box so that dirt is not keeping the surfaces from sliding easily.
Hope this helps.
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i can not decode this post.
does it run with no battery and the correct pack
mine has 10 options new the i7 and the fast video card suck huge power and mine needs a 100watt pack, the 65w on mine is HOPELESS. see?
run the correct matching pack,
step 2 a new battery, i keep 2 good ones all the time
on Vacation, id not be wanting to find batteries 3000 south of here, ever. (south of the boarder)
test with no battery
then with correct power pack (the charger is a chip inside the pc and in this 19vdc pack its only a power pack pure DC.
then try a new battery ,
if you read your service manual at HP.com
it tells you all packs used and why, and the match.
and varies by OPTIONS DAY1. in all case
unless upgraded like mine, is, and sucks max amps mine does.
I know this thread is old, but I just had to change the battery pack in mine. I could not locate a 4 pin battery pack so here's what I did:
You'll need: 3 NiMH 1.2v AA solder tab batteries, Razor blade, #1 Phillips driver, Kapton tap (standard electrical tape will do), soldering gun/iron, spare 18awg wire 1. Use a razor blade to remove the black sticker from the bottom of the flashlight base, it covers the magnets 2. remove the three outer phillips screws (the inner ones hold the magnets in and can stay installed) 3. Pull off the bottom plate 4. Pull out the battery pack and disconnect it from the flashlight at the 4-pin queeze connector 5. Remove the outer wrap and end protectors from the old pack keeping the end protectors in tact 6. Assemble the 3 new batteries in the same configuration as the old pack using Kapton tape, connecting + to - at the same two spots (use the old pack as a reference) 7. Carefully desolder the 2 wire leads from the old battery pack 8. connect up the 2 power wires to the same two spots as the old pack and insert the temperature probe between two of the batteries as in the old pack 9. Put the end caps on the new pack and wrap the entire thing in Kapton tape to simulate the plastic wrapper you removed 10. Install pack in to base, secure bottom plate and re-adhere black sticker(if needed you can use non-foam double-sided tape or spray adhesive)
The old pack was rated at 1300mAh and I used three 2000mAh each for a total of 6000mAh so theoretically the light should run for about 6 times as long between charges.
Rachel you need 2 12/12AH batteries that are located in the battery pack under the seat. Simply pull the battery pack from the scooter and with a standard phillips screwdriver remove the many screws attaching the battery pack together (simply turn the pack over to get to the screws) There will be two wire on each battery and also a heat sensor attached to the side of one battery remove the wires from each battery and carefully reove the heat sensor. You can bring one of the batterys to your local battery warehouse type store or a provider and purchase 2 new ones reinstall like you removed attaching red wire to red terminals and black to black terminals and reattach the heat sensor to the side of one battery (you can use packaging tape to reattach). replace all the screws to put the case back together and reinstall in your scooter. Charge the batteries with you charger until the charge light is green then happy riding HOPE THIS HELPS
If you can't make the charger fit while the battery is attached to the trimmer, you can remove the battery pack (the whole black handle assembly) by pressing in the two orange tabs (one on each side) and sliding the battery pack forward off of the trimmer. Then you can plug the charger in and charge the battery wherever you want. It can be a struggle to remove the battery pack, but it does come off.
have the same prob this morning, check the charging unit for the serial no. (will begin with CA) mine is CA590E, the 590 is a known problem to cannon, it will either discharge the battery pack (pray this is the fault) or it will internally damage the camcorder. mine is only 18 months old used a max of maybe 10 times. I will reply again this afternoon when i've tried a new battery charger, just waiting for my cannon dealer to open.
I had the same problem, but it seemed to be a bit more sporadic. I'd occasionally get the "Charging Paused - Check Battery Pack" error. The battery pack itself looks a bit strange, since the white plastic covers the bottom, right side and it seems that there is no possible way for the battery to make contact with the camera. However, I saw the following suggestion on another site (which the poster claimed came from Flip technical support), and this technique worked for me:
1) remove the battery pack from the camcorder 2) connect the camcorder to a powered USB port on your computer 3) when the "Connected" indicator comes on, insert the battery pack into the camcorder 4) safe eject your camcorder from your computer 5) reconnect your camcorder to your computer 6) the battery pack should now begin to charge within the camcorder
If you look on the bottom of the camera there is a button that slides from a locked to an unlocked position. Slide it to unlocked and then slide down the back of the camera (the side with the lens) there is a removeable rechargeable battery pack. Remove it for a moment and then put it back in. Try plugging back into the USB port. This should work.