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Depends, some tabs are directly soldered to the batteries themselves so you will need a soldering iron to remove the tabs. After that, it wouldn't be too hard to remove and replace.

Keep in mind that these take 2x12volt batteries and these lead-acid type batteries may take a long time to charge depending on the current your charger is supplying.

If you plan to charge the two batteries with the stock charger, then you would have to wire the 2 batteries in series for 24volts (stock charger 24v) and for convenience you may also want to head out to your local electronics store to see if they have the female socket that the charger goes into, and possible some wire, connectors/tabs that attach to the batteries and possible some small alligator clips if required.

Razor E300... | Answered on Dec 24, 2016


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


First check if it's the charger or battery that was defective. Unplug your old charger, and test it with a known working charger, see if the problem gone, if yes, then you need to replace a new battery charger.
Razor E200 scooter battery charger
Razor E300 scooter battery charger

Razor E200/E300... | Answered on Nov 28, 2016


Then the battery is caputt as the Germans say.

Razor MX650... | Answered on Sep 07, 2016


Then the batteries are worn out, simple as that. Just because the batteries are charged doesn't mean they accepted the charge, a common mistake. Go to ebay and you can find a replacement battery most likely/

Razor E100... | Answered on Sep 07, 2016


Hi Christopher:
- Let me first tell you that I am 72 years old. I currently own an 1100 cruiser and a KLR 650. Yesterday we rode a total of 360 KM of mountain gravel and paved highway, from sea level to 3500 ft mountains and snow.
- I've owned motorcycles since I was 13 years old.
- I've told you all of this so that you know that my response to your question comes from experience, and a lot of it.
- Motorcycles, especially dirt bikes, are intended to be ridden in technical (translate that as less than pristine) environments. Sticks, mud, rock, hills, water crossings, you name it, All are part of the enjoyment of having these machines.
- Motorcycles are machines. They have a bunch of moving parts that eventually are subject to wear and breakage.
- That means that they require REGULAR maintenance, and that means a LOT more than your mom's daily driver car.
- If your chain and sprockets are in poor condition or if the chain was slack, it could easily have come off without a stick being involved.
- BOTTOM LINE:
- If you are concerned that someone else might damage your ride, NEVER let anyone else use it.
- If you let other people use your ride, be prepared to HAPPILY learn how to repair any damage, with or without their physical or financial help.
IT'S YOUR TOY, AND YOUR RESPONSIBILITY.
ENJOY!

Razor MX500 Dirt... | Answered on Mar 31, 2016


i would suggest taking the chain off of the sprocket(cog), then loosening the nuts. then using tire-levers from a bike shop to carefully leve-off the tire. this should work....i have experience with bicycles....i race them! good luck!!!

Razor MX500 Dirt... | Answered on Mar 31, 2016


Check the battery voltage right after the charger shuts off. Should be around 13 volts on each one. Short the power switch contacts and if that helps replace it. Check that the motor and wheel turn freely and dont make noise. Check all the contoller connectors. Sometimes they melt and the connection isnt good. You can always connect the batteries directly to the motor and if it goes full speed then you need what razor calls an electrical kit which has a throttle and controller.

Razor MX500 Dirt... | Answered on Mar 27, 2016


I had the same problem and it was my charger that did not work

Razor MX500 Dirt... | Answered on Mar 27, 2016

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