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Good fully charged batteries, potentiometers appear ok. 24v to control panel but appears to have no loop on to brake and motor. Looks like panel does not switch on! Any ideas please
How do you know that the motor is functional? Have you load tested the batteries. If the batteries are bad usually they will still take a surface charge and appear to be fully charged.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
Is it the small portable scooter? The one with the base that comes apart for transporting? Could it be a bad connection where it goes back together?
If it is the portable, try disconnecting the rear drive portion from the base and re-installing it so it clicks into place.
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
SOURCE: my TGA eclipse mobility scooter
Sound like a electrical problem
Keep in mind the new device and its possible that you have warranty for this, you can reach they using the contact details below:
Scooters Mobility Ltd
40 Melton Road
T: 0845 273 9717 (local rate)
F: 01572 801 075
E: [email protected]
Try this before to do something, you could lost the warranty..
Keep us updated.
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
SOURCE: E100 scooter wont run. Battery
It is possible the new controller is defective, however just because the voltage is showing 24v it may not be outputting the correct amount of amps so don not rule out batteries before checking the following:
To test a battery you need to 'load test' so (with help) connect the battery directly to the motor when weight is on the scooter to see if it will still pull.
Please also remember that you do have to push the e100 to 3mph before starting (many users do not know or forget this step)
Posted on Jul 05, 2011
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