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Are you using a mobile phone battery charger with USB interface and USB data cables designed for cell phones?

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Tablet will not charge


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Assuming that you charger is not defective, and that you have no other electrical issues, then if your battery has been allowed to completely flat line, it may no longer accept a charge from the normal wall charger. Then you can try to trickle charge your tablet from a low voltage/current source, such as a USB port or a low power phone charger (5v/500ma). Try a trickle charge for 8 - 24 hours on your tablet. After that try your normal charger and see if it will now charge properly.

If that does not work, and you have previously ruled out your charger, then I would suggest contacting the manufacturer, as it is likely some other fault, either with the battery, or the tablet itself.

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I have the Trio 7" Dual core tablet. The battery is not charging completely, can this battery be replaced and if so where do I find the battery in the unit?


Battery replacement is possible. The battery is a flat component encased in a shiny silvery sheath behind the speaker area inside the back cover. It's mounted with double-sided (very) sticky-tape. A replacemnent battery should be sourced, having the same power specifications as well as physical dimensions. (see detailed close-up photo attached.) Replacement involves desoldering the 2 terminal wires (1 red and 1 black) which attach it to the main board, and replacing the battery with a new(er) unit.
The above having been said,I'd only replace the tablet battery if I was sure that it's the battery at fault. Here's what I'd suggest.
First, check that you're using a charger with the proper 5 Volt / 2Amp (2000milliamp) output. Also I'd suggest you use a charger designed to be plugged intothe G2 7" Dual-Core tablet's dedicated charging port. (See sample tablet charger in attached photo) The G2 tablets WILL typically accept charging output via the micro USB port, for example, from a typical cell phone charger. However typical phone chargers which will happily attach to the Trio or other similar tablets, via the micro-USB port do NOT often have the same output power specifications. This I think may cause difficulty with the tablet battery not reaching the fully-charged status. Also, the use of the USB port for charging may cause access problems if the battery power is low during some operations (eg data transfer in slave mode), as the charging port can not multitask as the USB port can. If power to the main boad is lost during such operations the tablet may become "bricked". Bottom line for me would be to use the dedicated appropriately rated charger whenever possible: it's the reccommended charging method.
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But first try this:

Charger the scooter with it OFF

Directly connect the charger to the battery

If still the same problem then:

Directly connect the charger to the battery then,
connect the motor leads directly to the battery and see how long it runs. It with new the batteries it should run longer than a minute. If it does than something is definitively wrong with the controller.

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Plug your iPod into a wall charger, let it lie for a couple of hours. When these batteries become completely flat, it won't easily charge through computer usb, so try the wall charger, see if it works.

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Apparently if you let the battery go completely flat it won't charge via USB and you'll have to use a proper plug in mains charger.
I've just had the same problem with mine and I've been searching the house high and low for the charger!

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Hi Kane

When a battery gets really low, it may not take a charge straight away, leave it connected for several hours, it may come back. If not, a new battery is in order, and a charger I guess also:)

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