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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Oct 13, 2009
SOURCE: my shoprider dasher just beeps
we just bought a shoprider monaco,after i cleaned it it did same thing just kept beeping,i found moving the free wheeling lever under back bumper a few times cleared it.Lever makes contact with a micro switch,on motor.
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Posted on Sep 10, 2009
Here are some ideas :- Is the charger disconnected from the chair, are the brake levers in the drive possition. do the batteries need charging. Failling that it could be a controler fauld so you will need to consult an engineer.
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
I'm thinking it could be the motor it's self, I would check the simple things till i got to motor. I;m not sure how much you know about electric motors and how electricity works so here is a crash course.
Electricity wants to get from positive to negative via a load ( light, motor, anything that runs of electricity ) or a short ( a grounded positive before the load ). There are a few basic ways to control electricity, switches on/off, rheostats, relays. On/off is pretty simple it's on or it's off, a rheostat allows you to control how much from 0-100% like the control on your scooter or a dimmer switch in you house. Relays are switch that is turned on and off by another switch. Electricity makes heat, the more volts and or amps you have the large the wire you have to use I.E a small 9 volt battery has low amperage and dose not need a large wire. While a 12 volt car battery has a much higher amperage and needs a larger wire.
The heat that is made by the electricity makes resistances. think about walking in the water, if it's still you can move with very little trouble but if the water is running the harder it would be the faster the water moves. The more resistance the more heat and back and forth it goes. over time it can cause wires and contact points to wear out.
The motor has spins inside a case the " housing" the contact points are called brushes. The fixed to the housing and a winding of copper wire spins inside the brushes. they can wear out of time do to the consistent moving.
I would start by checking the hand control to make sure it is work as it should. A multimeter is what you use for this on the ohm setting.
The other part to look into is the battery you can take it your local auto parts store or battery warehouse to have it tested.
I hope I have shared some useful information with you. If you have any other questions or need help in testing you scooter please feel free to contact me via fixya.
Posted on Jun 18, 2011
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