Power no where newbe need help

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RK12345
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Power no where newbe need help

Hi need help don't know where to start This is what happen. Frist i have PL-250 24 volt about 2 years old. Batterys where charged last night In the morning whent for a ride I go down a small hill leaving my place useing regen when I changed to assist a2 there was no assist after 2 min it started working. then after 10 sec or so regen kicked in hard no powerer no where. But now now the regen mode is on now I can.t ride the bike. I took off the battery and replaced it still nothing even put a second battery on it came on for 3 sec and then heard a click, then nothing. try a few hours later, still nothing.I don't know where to start looking. Any help would be appresheated

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Re: Power no where newbe need help

Is your rear brake sensor (on the right handle bar brake) out of alignment? That would cause regen to turn on.

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Re: Power no where newbe need help

I don't have a rear brake senor I use the regen on the controll panel

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Re: Power no where newbe need help

On my bionx, when I hit the rear brake, the system goes into regen mode. My sensor became unaligned at one time, kicking my bionx into constant regen mode. I just had to readust and all was ok. This is standard on all Bionx systems as far as I know. Even if you don't use it, it is still there, and I would look there first.

Other than that, was it wet or raining when the issue occurred? I read a post from another user where he got moisture in his console and it kicked the bike into constant regen mode.

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Re: Power no where newbe need help

I had a second look at it found nothing. and nothing turns on. as far as rain it didn't rain the day before and I when on a 60km ride everything was working perfact. so I don't think it's mosture.do you know of any fuses any where.

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Re: Power no where newbe need help

I don't know of any fuses anywhere.

Try disconnecting all cables and reconnecting. That will make sure no data or power cable is loose.

Other than that, try going to a Bionx dealer and trying a different console, or try your wheel on their bike.

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Re: Power no where newbe need help

I e-mailed binox all they said to send in the unit. they what to do all the work which is ok if I could get a price on repair. I did the check all the cables. I'll take it in to a dealer and see if they will try that. Thanks

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Re: Power no where newbe need help

Update Still need help. here is whats happening the fuse in the battery box was blown when replace it blow after a seconds. ..I put another fuse in but disconnected the power and console cable at the rear wheel, then connected the battary. the console worked fine. then hooked up the the console cable by the rear wheel. the console still worked fine. BUT when I hooked up the power cable. the fuse blow again. Which leads me to think its the rear motor. I thinking its a short in the motor. Any ideas before the rip the rear motor apart.any Ideas on the best way to open it up. Thanks Rick

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