Question about Invacare Supply Group Invacare Scooter Lynx L-3 L-4 Transaxle Differential
I have my Father's Lynx scooter, when he passed away I thought my Mother would need it but she never used. Thought to sell it, bought new batteries, charged fine reads full but the scooter won't move. I was tracing wires and playing around with the "neck" bending back and forth and it did start. Ran for a while, I put back in garage a couple days later won't move. It's in free wheel mode, wiring is like brand new only used for 2 weeks but is 12 years old. Any ideas?
Sounds like a wire has broken or come apart. If playing with the neck it starts sometimes that is the area that could be the problem.
Posted on Oct 14, 2018
The Buzz breaks down into four pieces for transport. Electrical connections must be unclipped to separate it completely. It is possible that one of the connections isn't completely clipped together, so my first check (after you have made sure that you have it plugged into a working outlet!), would be to take it apart and then reconnect everything firmly. While you are at it, you should look for any other clip-connections and undo, then redo all of them. Even those that "look okay". Inspect the connections metal fittings for signs of corrosion or dirt that may be causing a high-resistance connection, and clean as necessary. Run you fingers along the wiring to check for any places that my have been damaged, breaking a wire connetion in mid-stream. Make sure the connections to the batteries are clean and free of any corrosion too. Be sure to check the fuses to make sure you haven't blown one, and also push in your circuit breaker. These sometimes trip while charging due to spikes caused by thunderstorms. If you do all this and it still isn't charging, you'll need to open the shroud at the head of the tiller and inspect the connections running up inside the tiller, and the connections going to the PC board located at the very top of the shroud where the thmb-paddles hook into the electrical system. There should be a fuse inside there too, so check that.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
Check to see if the scooter is in freewheel mode. To know if the batteries are bad you need to charge them for 10 - 12 hours and then have them tested with a load tester.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
Hi , I cannot locate the lynx 4 manual however I have located a lynx 3 manual with I been told is similar.
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
if it is an old one you may have a burned out motor. the blinking is a code find the manual it should tell you what the flashing code is.
Posted on Apr 09, 2010
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