My phone charger stopped working yesterday. I tripped over the cord while it was charging and somewhat forcibly yanked the phone charger out of the phone to answer a call. Afterwards, the phone charger did not work in the phone. I thought the phone charger was not working, but I brought a new charger today. The new charger does not work either! Could there be something wrong with the valve on the phone itself? What should I do? Is it even worth fixing?
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The same thing happened to me. It's probably your charger porter. did you somewhat yank the charger out sometime or did it fall of a table or something and the charger yanked itself out when it fell (if it fell). If that's the problem, try putting the charger in the phone & hold the charger up, worked for me. You could also try a different charger or buy a battery charger like I did. There's the link if of the battery charger if needed. I hope this helps!
Please try using a different charger and battery to check if the is with the device or with the accessories. If the same issue persists even with different charger or a battery, then it might be the issue with the charging port of the device.
ismail the charger you bought should do the job. By stop charging do you mean the light on the charger turns from yellow to green? Your scooter has small batteries 12/12 and don't require along period of charging. Now the scooter has a heat sensor for the batteries and will cut off charging when temp of the batteries gets too high. The older charger could have overcharged your batteries and made them weaker instead of stronger. I would suggest you replace the batteries (2 12/12AH) and charge them with the new charger. Remember to reinstall the heat sensors on each battery when replacing. If you have a digital voltmeter set it to 200 v dc and put the leads into the 2 outer plugs in the charger port on the battery pack. You should read 24-26 volts dc when the batteries are fully charged anything less would mean weak batteries. Hope this helps you
It probably wont power up because it wont charge. the USB port may be bad preventing it from charging. I assume you have tried both the wall charger and the computer connection and have not had any luck with either one. Its probably the USB port has stopped working. common problem if the USB cable had been yanked or severely stressed while plugged in to the phone