Question about Razor E100 Electric Scooter
Your problem could be one of two things. The motor could have short circuit or the components under the deck could have short circuit. The problem is, when your son ran the scooter through the puddle the water acted like a conductor. Connecting the positive and negative poles together until the water dried out(creating a short circuit). I suggest, if you're handy, to take the deck off and check for corrosion both the battery and the controller. If that's not the problem then check the motor (you're probably going to have to take it apart). Just a quick tip, be aware of everything you apart. Where it goes and how fits on there. It will make it a lot easier to put back together. Once you find the problem replace the part either by finding the replacement at razor.com or at electricscooterparts.com. If you not handy then send the scooter to razor for repair, but it might take a while to get back. Best luck.
Posted on Aug 11, 2010
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