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Re: electric scooter Troubleshooting
A small tip here - bigger is better. The large diameter wheels clear gaps in concrete or pavement that would hang up a skate wheel or a scooter with smaller wheels. Most electric scooters also handle well in gravel and small terrain features. We don't recommend slamming electric scooters into a curb to get over it like some people do with their bike. This could result in damage to the electric scooter. Simply Ollie up a curb and keep going.
When you put the key in the scooter shows that the battery has a full charge. But when you try to drive it the needle drops all the way down as if the battery is dead. I put my battery on my friends go go scooter and her scooter ran fine. So I don't thank there's anything wrong with the battery.
Please help me!! Le Ellen
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Hello, Look at the right hand back corner of the bootlid recess, there is a very small steel spike sticking up which is a switch. Sometimes if the scooter goes over a sharf bump, the lid jumps slightly and the switch lifts momentary and puts the brake on. It thinks the lid has been lifted and goes into charging mode. Switching the power on and off resets the system until the next sharp bump. The switch is ajustable, or the bootlid needs to be pushed down harder before locking it. I had this happen on my Diplomat 408i. Hope this helps. Regards, Paul
It is often a damaged accelerator (Potentiometer). Sometimes the shaft on the wigwag breaks the contacts in the accelerator from being moved too vigorously when going over a bump too fast. A technician would need to repair this for you. Happy scooting. Regards Chris… email@example.com
Always check the battery connections first because too many times it is a loose connection or battery bolt. it would happen more if you drive it a long distance, or up a hill and the controller over heats or if you are hitting a bump. when the controller cools down it drives again.