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    v8 and z10
  1. I purchased my wheel in march the SN: N3OTC1839T0047.
  2. What does the BMS consist of? I assumed it would be software (in the firmware)
  3. Hello, Thanks for your responses. The batteries did get pretty low as I thought the wheel was charging and just headed out as usual for it to go flat and I had to WALK!! I looked into what the issue could be and I found posts about the batteries going so low that they can't charge up. I though this could be the issue too. So I followed one of the vids and charged my batteries directly from the charger using a extra piece of wire. This worked I can charge the batteries in this way and my Z10 powers up and act normally. in the app both batteries appear and they are healthy. So I know for the most part that my wheel is ok, the problem is between the charger port and the batteries. Somebody mentioned they thought it could be a MOSFET and thoughts on this?
  4. Hello All, First Post I'm a an avid EUC rider, riding everyday to work and back in busy London. I currently ride a Ninebot Z10, which I love as the ride is so stable and I find this is really helpful when I am on the road with traffic. Despite the many reports of issues, I had had none until 6 weeks ago, when my Z10 stopped charging up. it appeared to be charging as the battery charging display was flashing as per when it charges. but the batteries were not getting any juice and the light on the charger remained green at all time. After many hours attempting to charge I decided to use the upload black box data option on the app and send the info to Ninebot, which they responded to very quickly. But said they could not help until I had tested charging with another charger, after a few weeks I got another charger and tested to see if this was the issue, alas this was not the problem. I have had suggestion that the problem could either be the charging port or possible a MOSFET, Has anyone else had the same issue and managed to or have it repaired. Or any ideas of how to get me back on the road? I have the option of sending this to my supplier who is happy to get his service department to look into this, but I would prefer to try and fix this in London rather than returning it to Germany Also if anyone has a good repair person in London that would also be very helpful. Thanks
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