My son just gave me this and it doesn't have a manual. I charged it by plugging in to slot on the left side and also the wall outlet. I am assuming that after 6 hours its charged but still can't figure out how to play on charge. I push on and it only plays if it's plugged in. Help !!! Thanks Phylis
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I did not notice code list but here is a manual, hope it helps.
Plug the battery charger into a wall outlet, then into the charger port on the side of the scooter. The indicator light on the face of the charger will turn red, showing that charging has started. When charging is complete, the indicator light will turn green. A full charge will take 6-8 hours, however if the battery is not empty charging may take much less time. Always unplug the charger after use. Always store the scooter with the power switched turned OFF http://www.currietech.com/dealers/wiki/images/a/a0/Owner%27s_Manual_-_EZ2_Nano.pdf
Check the polarity on your wall plug..house side... if it is run backwards it'll kill off electronic devices... if you look at where the unit plugs into the wall there are two slots for the blades to push in... so in a reverse polarity the electrician has done screwed up and gave the hot power to the wrong side... to find out if this is the case go to a hardware store.. grab a polarity power tester which shouldn't cost more then 10$. It will look like a large plastic plug with three lights on its face... depending how they llight up when plugged in will be your answer.. don't worry the code for each sequence is right on the plug... if that is the problem then check and mark any bad outlets in the house and call in an electrician
Double check that the power cable is _fully_ plugged into the phone base, then check to see that power cable is fully plugged into wall outlet; and/or fully plugged into phone wall outlet. (Some base units have no power adapter and get their power from the phone outlet on the wall). In short, double check _all_ wired connections. Do not assume they are fully plugged in.
You can charge the unit either with the 230V DC adapter plugged into your wall outlet or by using the 12V adapter plugged into the cigarette lighter (assuming the battery is good) of your vehicle.
If you are using the wall outlet, plug the end of the power cord into the charger then plug it into the wall outlet. Then turn on the charger. Disconnect when the red charging LED goes out. (If you press the TEST button, you can find out the state of the battery. After a number of charge/discharge cycles (even when unused), the battery will need to be replaced every few years.)
The manual merely says "a few hours." The LED on the back of the camera lights up while charging and goes off when finished. Not all computer USB ports put out enough current to charge batteries. If you're using a hub, bypass it and connect the camera directly to the port. If that doesn't do it, try another port if available. If that doesn't do it, use the supplied AC adapter and plug it into a wall outlet.
If you follow these instructions which I think you know how to, it will recharge. If not the rechargeable battery needs to be replaced
To charge the battery, simply follow the steps below:
Gently pull back the rubber cover to gain access to the mini-USB port located at the bottom of the SkyCaddie. Insert the mini-USB connector of the supplied wall charger into the mini-USB slot.
Plug the wall charger into the AC wall outlet. While charging, the charging indicator in the upper left-hand side of the SkyCaddie will show red. The charging indicator will switch to green when fully charged. You may also notice the unit's screen turn on and off periodically.
The battery will charge, even with the SkyCaddie turned off. A full battery charge may take 4 hours. Once fully charged, expect 36 holes of continuous play.
Warning!Always connect the cable to the SkyCaddie first before connecting to AC power or PC USB.
Hello **** son,
I understand that you have a 220 plug and you know that white and black are hot and green is common/neutral on a 220 circuit. However, I do not understand about the plug, if the plug is 220 it should state on it 1, 2, and N so that you know where the wires go. If you can give a better description of the plug and where the prongs are on the plug I may be able to assit you more effectively.
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Look in your manual if you lost it then, go to razor.com and request one. But the simple answer is to: 1. Turn off the scooter 2. Plug charger into wall outlet. 3. Find the hole on the side that matches the charger plug(not the wall outlet plug) . 4. Plug the charger into the scooter. 5. Wait until the charger turn off ( if the charger is a smart charger), typical charging time is 4-6hours.
*If not a smart charger you can calculate the charge time by using an online battery charging time calculator.