How To Remedy Recharging Issues In Self-Balancing Scooters? One of the commonest problems associated with electronics is charging trouble. Either the wire, charger itself, or the machine that needs charging is to blame or a combination of those factors. When you know for a fact that your nano-scooter or Segway has a charging problem, here is what you can do to resolve it.
- Use a screwdriver or a screw-driller to remove the underside of the Segway. You are aiming to get to the inner workings in an attempt to solve the charging issue.
- The side with the charging pin is the one you need to work on.
- Be careful during this step. Do not lose the screws or your fingers if you happen to use a screw-drill for this step.
- Attached to the immediate inner side of the plastic cover you just removed will be a few wires.
- These are the ones responsible for charging; you will notice they connect the charger ports and the lithium-ion battery. Another wireline goes to the motherboard; this is removable with a gentle tug.
- Most charging trouble rests in this region where the wires could be loose or damaged for some reason. Tug out the wire mentioned earlier (the one linking the motherboard) and see if the end is doing alright.
- Any blackening or dust accumulation? The latter is rare because the Segway is sealed up to keep dust from entering, but still, no harm in checking.
- Tighten things where needed once you are done.
In the event of a problem, take the ensemble to the closest professional electronics specialist or store. They will help get it done more efficiently at little to no risk. But for a no-pay way to get this done by yourself, the above steps will suffice.
If despite it all, your nano-scooter gives you trouble, you will need to contact its manufacturer and have them take a gander at what’s wrong. Chances are it could be a faulty product and you can avail a replacement or refund.