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Sound like a electrical problem
Keep in mind the new device and its possible that you have warranty for this, you can reach they using the contact details below:
Scooters Mobility Ltd
40 Melton Road
T: 0845 273 9717 (local rate)
F: 01572 801 075
Try this before to do something, you could lost the warranty..
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Posted on Mar 31, 2011
Are you pulling in the left brake lever? All scooters require that you pull the rear brake lever as you push the start button. It's a safety to keep the scooter from rolling away if you have too much throttle and it's on the ground.
To start a scooter, four things need to happen: the ignition has to be on, so make sure the ignition switch is in the "on" position. Make sure the kill switch near the right handle grip is in the "on" position. If this switch is not turned on the scooter will not start. Squeeze the left brake lever when starting the scooter---the safety interlocks will prevent the scooter from starting if the brake is not on. Last, be sure the starter button has been depressed. If the starter relay is not able to transfer power to the starter motor the scooter will not start, so be sure to check the relay first.
Use a Test Light
If your scooter is not starting, use a test light to make sure there is adequate power. Use that test light to check the post at the starter to make sure it is hot. If the post is hot, the next thing to check is the wire that runs from the starter switch to the starter relay. When the starter is depressed the test light should register 12 volts. If the test light does not read 12 volts the starter switch is probably bad. If the reading is 12 volts, the starter relay is good and you should check the wire running from the starter relay to the solenoid. If that wire is not hot, the starter relay will need to be replaced.
Check for Spark
If the scooter turns over, but does not start, check for spark before doing any other troubleshooting. To check for spark, remove the spark plug from the cylinder, hold the tip of the plug against the cylinder head and crank the engine. If the ignition system is working properly, you should see a spark jump across the gap. If there is no spark, the ignition coil or electronic ignition module will need to be replaced. If the spark is good use a test light to check the wire which runs from the starter relay to the starter solenoid. If the test light registers insufficient voltage the starter relay is probably defective and will need to be replaced.
A battery tender like the Battery Tender Jr. can make all the difference in whether your scooter will start right up each spring, after being stored for months.
Just about every scooter owner needs to have a battery tender, sometimes called a trickle charger. Unless you are lucky enough to live in a climate where you can ride all year long, chances are your scooter will be put on ice, figuratively-speaking, for at least a couple months every winter.
One of the key steps in winterizing a scooter is to protect your battery from draining during its "rest" period. This can - and will - happen if you leave your battery sitting untended in your cold scooter over the winter, even if it's in a garage or shed.
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Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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