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I am not familiar with how scooters run specifically but I would bet the motor does disengage seeing how it is electric.

Razor E100... | Answered on Nov 30, 2014

It has an electric motor I would check the sprocket on the motor see if it has a key way it could of broke or fell out

Razor Dirt Quad... | Answered on Nov 26, 2014

  1. rotate the rear wheel until the hole in the sprocket lines up with the tyre valve.
  2. insert the tyre valve extension through the hole and attach it to the tyre valve
  3. inflate the tyre to the correct pressure (usually 45psi)
  4. remove valve extension and put in a safe place for next time.
Inflating the rear tyre is detailed in the owners manual, which you can download from the Razor web site.

Razor E300... | Answered on Nov 25, 2014

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Razor V17... | Answered on Nov 25, 2014

Bearings frozen? Belt loose? Is scooter turned on?

Razor e100/e125... | Answered on Nov 23, 2014

the back wheel won't move it try to move but it won't it's making a loud noise.every time you give it gas.what could that be...

Razor MX500 Dirt... | Answered on Nov 12, 2014

The battery can be recharged only so many times before it is no longer usable. You probably need a new battery. It runs with no load because it does not need much current (amperage). With a load it needs a lot more current than the battery can actually put out. The charger brings the voltage of the battery back up to normal but the current is not there due to a worn out or defective battery.

Razor E100... | Answered on Nov 04, 2014

I posted a similar issue about the same scooter. If you do replace the batteries and still experience the same issue, check the wiring for loose wires and possibly replace the fuse.
After replacing the fuse and connecting wires, my scooter doesn't pop the fues with every use anymore.


Razor E300s ... | Answered on Nov 02, 2014

These are the instructions for adjusting the chain. They are taken directly from the manual available at http://ep.yimg.com/ty/cdn/razorama/e100e200e300manual.pdf

To adjust the chain:
1. Loosen the axle
2. Loosen the brake anchor (this is attached with the small bolt in the long slot on the left side of the rear fork)
3. Tighten the tension adjusters on the axle 1/8 to 1/4 turn to tension the chain. Tighten both adjusters the exact same amount to maintain the wheel alignment.
Note: this system of adjusters is common to motorcycles and BMX
bicycles so I your are not familiar with it, if you know anyone who is,
they would not have a problem adjusting it for you.
Chain tension: The chain should be "just not-quite snug" in other
words, not taut or sloppy loose. BE CAREFUL NOT TO ADJUST TOO TIGHT. The tensioning system can easily impart too much tension and snap the chain or bend the motor output shaft. Turn the adjusters 1/8 to 1/4 turn at a time and recheck the tension each time.
4. Once the tension is good, tighten the axle and brake anchor bolt. Test run the scooter. Readjust as needed.

Razor E100... | Answered on Nov 02, 2014

Check to see if the chain is moving when you apply throttle. If the chain is not moving but you can hear the motor working then it is likely the chain has come off the motor sprocket. If this is the case then follow the steps in the user manual to refit the chain and adjust the tension.

Razor E300... | Answered on Oct 27, 2014

The brake adjustment is covered on page 5 of the user manual. There are photos of various band brakes here http://www.electricscooterparts.com/bandbrakes.html
What part of the band brake are you having and issue with?

Razor E300... | Answered on Oct 27, 2014

Sounds like the throttle is stuck in the full position. Can you adjust the throttle to other positions ? There should be a spring to return the throttle to a "off" position - and then you will have to twist to make it go. The spring may be missing.

Razor E100... | Answered on Oct 26, 2014

The cable may need to be adjusted, or the carburetor needs to be adjusted.

Razor MX500 Dirt... | Answered on Oct 17, 2014

Loosen both rear axle nuts, pull wheel back but keep it straight in the frame. retighten bolts

Razor MX350 DIRT... | Answered on Oct 15, 2014

I just did this a couple hours ago. taking off back tire will not help you. The rotor is attached to the wheel itself. You need to line up the hole in the rotor with the valve stem. You will need to have a screw on extension to valve stem ( I got lucky and had one). Screw the extension onto the valve stem then use air compressor to air up the tire.

Razor E300... | Answered on Oct 07, 2014

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