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    Ninebot One S2, generic Airwheel

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  1. Thanks RoCan. I ride maybe 70% offroad and 30% on pavement, so that tire might not be a good fit for me.
  2. Anyone happen to know if this tire will fit on and perform well on an Inmotion v8? https://www.bmxguru.com/products/16x2-0-vee-rubber-speedster-folding-kevlar-bmx-tire-70psi-pink
  3. Hi @alcatraz! Thanks for your reply. To be honest, we were putting this extremely entry-level EUC through a lot. Riding it on trails over big tree roots and off curbs, etc. I weigh 150 pounds. I don't believe it did the tiltback before the cut-out happened. I was not going at a very high speed. It seemed quite random that it cut out at the moment it did. I don't think I will trust this EUC for anything other than teaching a beginner how to ride in the future. Nothing "extreme." I have a multimeter but don't really know how to use it. Could someone please explain how to use it to check the fuses? Maybe there's a video of this process?
  4. I have a generic brand Airwheel and the motor cut out one day while I was riding (very scary). Now the EUC will not power on. When I press the power button, nothing happens. It doesn't look like there is any sign of the motherboard being "fried" (aka burnt). I don't think the battery is the problem since the charger tells me it is charging. What should I try to get the EUC to work again? Disconnecting wires from the motherboard and reconnecting them?
  5. I have a generic brand Airwheel and the motor cut out one day while I was riding (very scary). Now the EUC will not power on. When I press the power button, nothing happens. It doesn't look like there is any sign of the motherboard being "fried" (aka burnt). I don't think the battery is the problem since the charger tells me it is charging. What should I try to get the EUC to work again? Disconnecting wires from the motherboard and reconnecting them?
  6. I recently bought the InMotion trolley handle to put on my Ninebot One S2. The website I got it from said it would fit properly into an S2, but when I put it on my Ninebot using the screws provided, the trolley handle just flops back and forth. It is not rigid. When I try to push the EUC using the trolley handle, the built-in Ninebot handle moves back and forth (left to right). Has anyone else had this problem? Anyone know how to fix it? Note: I did have to disassemble and reassemble my Ninebot recently, but I'm pretty sure I put the handle back in place properly.
  7. I recently bought the InMotion trolley handle to put on my Ninebot One S2. The website I got it from said it would fit properly into an S2, but when I put it on my Ninebot using the screws provided, the trolley handle just flops back and forth. It is not rigid. When I try to push the EUC using the trolley handle, the built-in Ninebot handle moves back and forth (left to right). Has anyone else had this problem? Anyone know how to fix it? Note: I did have to disassemble and reassemble my Ninebot recently, but I'm pretty sure I put the handle back in place properly.
  8. Yep, that's exactly why I posted the resolution! Hope it can help someone else in the future. In the case of this EUC, I bought it from someone on Craigslist (for only $110) and they had never been able to get it to run/turn on (they got it from another person, and I'm not sure if they knew whether it was ever "running"). So I'm quite certain it was a case of someone buying it and then just storing it in a closet, then getting frustrated that it wouldn't turn on. The hibernation thing is definitely a real thing.
  9. Thanks very much, @Mimolette! That indeed was the problem. However, for my wheel, just disconnecting and reconnecting the battery wires in that particular order didn't fix the problem. We had to charge up the batteries separately to wake them up. We did this by connecting the yellow connector coming from the battery to some wires, and then connecting the other end of those wires to the charger. We repeated this process with the 2nd battery. Once both of the batteries were woke, the EUC was then able to charge with the charger connected normally and now the EUC works.
  10. Solved! The problem was that the batteries (this model has 2) had gone into "sleep mode" aka hibernation and we had to charge up the batteries separately to wake them up. We did this by connecting the yellow connector coming from the battery to some wires, and then connecting the other end of those wires to the charger. We repeated this process with the 2nd battery. Once both of the batteries were woke, the EUC was then able to charge with the charger connected normally and now the EUC works.
  11. Hi all, I just bought a very lightly used (but not running) Ninebot One S1 that I thought I might be able to fix and get working. No wires appear to be disconnected or loose. When I plug it into the charger, the light on the charger stays green. What are the most likely reasons it may not be running? Any suggestions for what I should try?
  12. Hi all, I just bought a very lightly used (but not running) Ninebot One S1 that I thought I might be able to fix and get working. No wires appear to be disconnected or loose. When I plug it into the charger, the light on the charger stays green. What are the most likely reasons it may not be running? Any suggestions for what I should try?
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