20 Most Recent Razor E200/300 Electric Scooter Battery Questions & Answers


This could be a sign of a dying battery, although it charges and lights the green light it cannot maintain enough juice to power the machine when it has weight on it.

Razor E200/300... | Answered on Sep 01, 2017


Problem is not the batteries then. Replace the controller. The controller could be resisting some of the charging current to the battery.

But first try this:

Charger the scooter with it OFF

Directly connect the charger to the battery

If still the same problem then:

Directly connect the charger to the battery then,
connect the motor leads directly to the battery and see how long it runs. It with new the batteries it should run longer than a minute. If it does than something is definitively wrong with the controller.

Razor E200/300... | Answered on Dec 07, 2016


Hi, you need to take the end-cap off of the right side of the handle bar. It is a black cap/plug that pulls out. You will see a black plastic piece that's about 3" long. Pull that out of the end cap. This is the extension that is screwed on the the air valve. Just place through the hole in the rear sprocket and thread on, and fill the tire with air. When done, unthread it and replace back into handle-bar end-cap and reinstall the end-cap. It only took me 4years to figure that out!

Razor E200/300... | Answered on Dec 25, 2014


shake the batteries if they sound like they have sand in them, then they are dried up and need to be replaced

Razor E200/300... | Answered on Dec 07, 2012


Battery powered vehicles like scooters and golf carts have trouble going up hill because smaller electric engines aren't powerful enough or made for nothing more than flat land. You could have a bad battery or the battery isn't being charged enough. I know someone that has a golfcart and it takes approximately 48 hours to charge full. You may want to check the manual about charging times.

Razor E200/300... | Answered on Sep 18, 2012


tensioner should fit on axle or behind the axle on the edge of thew fork where hardware should be mounted to adjust tensioner

Razor E200/300... | Answered on Jun 10, 2012


check the batteries with a multimeteer and make sure they are putting out at least 24 volts

Razor E200/300... | Answered on May 15, 2012


First try charging the battery, if that doesn't work then replace the batteries with replacements from razor.com. This should solve your problem

Razor E200/300... | Answered on Apr 12, 2012


Charge the batteries. If still no power than replace the batteries because they are dead. The batteries in the scooter need to be kept charged. If the scooter has not been charge in two weeks to a month and over. They are probably dead and need replacing. Find replacements at razor.com

Razor E200/300... | Answered on Dec 10, 2011

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