Question about Razor E300s Electric Scooter With Seat
I bought two E300s about a year ago. I already replaced the batteries once. I replaced the motor in one and it ran very slow. The problem I was having was it would run for 15 minutes and then would get very slow. It suppose to run for 40 minutes continous. I called razor said it was batteries replaced them. MOtor replaced still can't get it to run for 40. But it I let it rest for half and hour with out charging is runs fast again for another 15 minutes. What is wrong wit it????
It will run slow for 40 mins at a slow speed, after 15 mins of running fast, the batteries get too hot
Posted on May 21, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Bought a new battery for
take a look at the other one and see on which side the wire was hooked..on +or - or both where ...and just get some wires if they need to be longer ..and hook it in the same screw with the normal power line ..but remember from the other one ..which and where ..
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
You have to make sure that the batteries are still good.
Take a volt meter and read the levels that the batteries are producing. If the levels are too low, then your batteries may have sat, unused, for too long. SLA (Sealed Lead Acid) batteries will generally lose their charge holding capabilities if you leave them in storage for too long without charging them.
YOu can get replacement batteries at this online Electric Scooter Parts Store:
Posted on Nov 25, 2010
You can diagnose your scooter's issues with a volt meter.
test the batteries and make sure that they are putting out sufficient voltage/amperage.
Test the Throttle to see if the regulator is working smoothly.
Test the Controller to ensure that it is working properly, as this is the scooter's "brain".
Check the fuse(s) to ensure that you are connected, and also check wiring for broken, shredded, or burnt wires.
Most likely you need new batteries. If you leave SLA batteries in storage for too long, without use, the batteries lose their charge holding capabilities. SLA batteries hold a charge through a chemical reaction in the Acid Liquid in the batteries. If the chemical reaction settles, the batteries will not accept a charge anymore.
Generally, you don't want to leave SLA battery powered scooters unused for much longer than 3 weeks. :)
Posted on Nov 25, 2010
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