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how can it have a memory when it doesn't have brain? maybe you need to check your own memory

Razor E100... | 167 views | 0 helpful votes


Here is the pdf version: http://lib.store.yahoo.net/lib/razorama/e200-e200S-manual.pdf
Hope it helps. RJ

Razor E200/E300... | 129 views | 0 helpful votes


Britax support 888-427-4829 for parts

Razor Dune Buggy... | 184 views | 0 helpful votes


Make sure the battery is full, if not, add distilled water to full mark. Clean the battery terminals and make sure they are tight. The folks at Auto-Zone will test the battery for free.

Razor Pocket... | 220 views | 0 helpful votes


I had the same problem i replaced the battery and still nothing. Found that the charger was bad and reading that the battery was charges. Replace the charger. You can get them online fairly cheap

Razor E100... | 2,367 views | 0 helpful votes


Most likely that is going to be a battery problem. You have plenty of volts but insufficient Amperage to turn the motor over indicating there is a Dead cell in the battery you currently have. The problem with these smaller batteries is they develop memory quickly and don't respond well to being left on a charger year round when that is done. When stored the best way to maintain the battery is to find a way to put it under a load every couple of months and then recharge. Simply connecting it to a charger or allowing it to sit on bare concrete, even during charging, is bad for lead based batteries. When not installed on the vehicle it should be stored on a piece of wood to prevent ground contact or grounding.

Razor Dune... | 52 views | 0 helpful votes


Come on man....E100.

Razor E100... | 138 views | 0 helpful votes


hi, a blinking red light ,is telling you that a battery is going bad or you have a bad plug , or your charger is going bad .
I had a razor scooter that had the blinking red light, it was a busted plug on the scooter where it plugs in.I had one scooter that had the blinking red light, it was A battery gone bad .
good luck!

Razor 300001-SL... | 834 views | 0 helpful votes


hi, its probably a bad controller. they are easy to change....here is a link to buy one...
http://www.monsterscooterparts.com/rae2comokit.html

or try ebay!!
good luck!

Razor E300... | 596 views | 0 helpful votes


Its the black button next to the switch and charger port.

Razor E300... | 923 views | 0 helpful votes


needs new battery.

Razor E200/300... | 677 views | 0 helpful votes


I'm not 100% sure, but it sounds like a flat battery, Even though you say it is a new battery, it may not be fully charged. Put in on your charger for the recommended time, and see if that fixes the problem.

Razor E300... | 172 views | 0 helpful votes


I posted a simliar question. I ended up taking my scooter to a battery store that is licensed to work on razor scooters. They ulitmately concluded the wires to the popup fuse itself were loose. They replaced the popup fuse as well just incase. I have now been using the scooter without the fuse popping every 50-100 feet.

Razor E300s ... | 428 views | 0 helpful votes


WOW!!!WHAT A JOKE!MY KID SAVED $470 AND PURCHASED HIS MX 650 ONLY TO HAVE THE REAR FREEWHEEL BREAK THE FIRST WEEK RIDING IT.NND BY SEEING ALOT OF THE SAME PROBLEMWITH EVERYONE ELSE.RAZOR SHOULD' VE AT LEAST PUT A HEAVYDUTY ONE IN IT.OK PEOPLE LETS FIGURE IT OUT IF ANY ONE KNOWS AGOOD BEARING COMPANY,POST IT.MY KIDS BUMMED HE CANT RIDE IT

Razor MX650... | 631 views | 0 helpful votes


Dirt in the bearing assembly. Try cleaning it out with an aerosol brake cleaner spray, then lubricating with a white lithium grease. If the bearings are worn, they will need to be replaced.

Razor Pro Model... | 105 views | 1 helpful votes


This is sadly not unusual for these things after some time of use. Depending on the quality of the product (battery, engine, etc). The battery often gets reduced over time, and eventually needs to be changed. I have no knowledge of this exact product, so it could also be a great quality, but faulty battery. In either case you would have to by a new battery.

Another possibility is heavy spinning wheels. Too much resistance quickly depletes the battery. Easy to check out by turning the front wheel, but the rear wheel is harder examined as it is connected to the engine. If you are unsure, you could remove the chain.

Razor E100... | 195 views | 0 helpful votes


I had this same problem and it took me a while to figure it out and there is nothing in the manual that helps. It comes down to this, both parts of the chain, top and bottom, go above the tensioner.

Razor E300... | 4,186 views | 6 helpful votes


Neil, I do not have a solution, but however have the same exact problem. Son got an E300 for Christmas. My daughter also received an E200. The E200 works fine, but the E300 makes a clunking noise when the throttle is engaged. Also the E200 can make it easily up the drive way, but the larger and more powerful E300 can not. Any help with this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Ron - ronsmith@komcepts.com

Razor E300... | 433 views | 0 helpful votes


Sounds like the batteries are dead.

Lead-acid batteries get PERMANENTLY damaged when you drain them all the way. It would be better for the batteries if you only used them half way and charge as soon as possible after each and every run. They like to be kept fully charged at all times.

Razor E300... | 1,164 views | 3 helpful votes


There should be a name tag on the motor that tells the current (amps) that the motor uses. Such as 4.5 amps. You would then use one about 6 amps.

Razor E200/300... | 151 views | 0 helpful votes

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