I could really use some help with a couple of lashout scooters

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Ray1348
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I could really use some help with a couple of lashout scooters

Folks,

Thank you all for the valuable information posted on this forum. I could really use some help with a couple of lashout scooters that are out of commission at the moment. I have 3 non-functional motors that either came with the scooters or were sent as replacement. I tried a few things on each of the motors and am guessing the problems are from the internal controllers. Here are the details for the motors:

Motor 1 - Stopped working within a week of getting the scooters. Replacement fuse did not help. After some debugging the Ebay seller concluded that the controller was toast and sent me a new motor.

Motor 2 - Blown fuse within 3 months. Replaced the fuse, but everytime it is powered on the motor/controller start to smoke.

Motor 3 - Blown fuse within 3 months. Replacement fuses pop as soon as powered on.

I tried various combinations of motors, scooters and connections and they were all the same. Any thoughts? Obviously replacement motors will be too expensive. Anyone has more detailed instructions on how to remove the internal controller? I can try the heat gun and boiling water, but additional infromation and wiring diagram will really help.

Thank you in advance.
Ray

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Re: I could really use some help with a couple of lashout scoote

Without exact details of how it fails, or when it fails its kinda hard to say.

Sounds like motor failure from over heating. Try adding heat sinks and thermal grease to
make better thermal connections.

Perhaps you can mount this motor, http://www.electricscooterparts.com/kollmorganinfo.html on your unit if you search v is for voltage forum for
reversing the direction of rotation of the motor.

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Re: I could really use some help with a couple of lashout scoote

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Re: I could really use some help with a couple of lashout scoote

Do you know what kind of motor your Lashout is using?
Do you know if the controller is built into the motor?
If you're not sure, you could post a picture of the motor.

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Re: I could really use some help with a couple of lashout ...

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