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E100 Razor-no room to put
I had this same issue with the Razor E100. I couldn't even remove the plastic cap it was so recessed. Here's what worked. The value comes from the factory very recessed in. It's so far in it's hard to remove the cap with your fingers. You'll need to get the value loosened up and pushed out a bit. You will do this from the other side of front wheel using the hole. The value can be manipulated slowly to stick out about an inch from the plastic wheel. It takes some time and patience. First, you’ll need to turn the scooter over and rest it on the handle bars and back of the deck. Put a towel or flatten box under it if working on a rough surface to protect the scooter. Then used the supplied Allen wrench or similar object by putting the long end of the wrench into thru the opening hole on the other side of the wheel. Wedge the edge/end of the wrench against the value from the other side of the wheel and push hard to loosen up the value. This takes some time. Do this on both sides of the value and also against the center of the value. It took me about 5 mins of careful pushing. Eventually you will be about the get the value to almost a right angle from the wheel and sticking out about and inch. Then remove the plastic cap. This will give you room to attach a bike pump. I actually had to push the value back in a bit once finished so the wheel could turn freely. It will work, just be patient and forceful. Take your time.
on Nov 03, 2018
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on Jan 07, 2011
I bought 2 blade E scooters from someone on
Blade E scooters are products of China, so you would need to contact the manufacturer to acquire the factory wiring diagram. Usually the manufacturers are very allusive and hard to contact, so if this is the case with your scooters, you can try this online scooter parts store. They have a "find a repair shop" feature that will provide you with addresses and phone numbers of shops near you that will help you.
on Oct 26, 2010
Hi i have a razor e100 today at a yard sale and
There are a few components to check when diagnosing electric scooter issues.
4. Throttle Assembly
Once you inspect all of these for damage, you can test your motor and batteries, by bypassing the controller, and directly hooking the batteries to the motor. If the motor spins very fast, then you have good batteries, and a good motor. The controller will need to be replaced. If your motor spins slowly, you could require new batteries or Controller, or battery, depending on the results.
You can find replacement parts and service locator here.
on Oct 12, 2010
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