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Don't know yet. Jackass didn't make it or call, and his store is only open Thursday through Sunday.
We're ordering one off Ebay cheaper, so we'll know pretty soon.
I SHOULD, after all, show some voltage across the two connected XLR pins, correct? (Two wires... two connected... other is unused... solders are good... had to check because as a sound engineer 90% of my problems that aren't operator error are a bad XLR connection.)
You should be able to plug the probes on your voltmeter into the charge port on the scooter and get a reading of pack voltage. If you don't, there is a wiring/connection problem. Some "smart" chargers will not even turn on if they don't sense a voltage, or if it's not high enough to start charging.
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