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After riding it and putting it on it's side the mSuper started beeping and when I brought it upright it won't stop beeping and doesn't self balance. The motor won't work either but there is some resistance there like the wheel won't run freely/loosely. I can turn the lights on and off using the power switch but when I hold the button down to turn it off it doesn't do anything. The button seems to work so I figure it's not that, at least I don't think that's the problem. I can connect to the Gotway App and change settings, see all the stats and it beeps to confirm any changes but the euc still won't function completly (turn off, self balance and continues to beep). I opened it up and everything inside looks fine. I've finally resorted to disconnecting the battery to get it to stop and when I connect it again it still doesn't work and does the same thing. I even tried doing a re-calibration but that didn't work either. Sometimes it does the long beep like it's trying to recalibrate but just continues to beep and the euc still won't turn off even when I push and hold the button. I've tried a bunch of things. Before this everything worked perfectly and it's only about a month old, dated July 2017. Has anyone else experienced something similar to this? Will I need to replace the circuit board? Any ideas what could be the problem? Thanks, Emile
I wanted a cooler power button, so I went ahead and added a toggle switch with waterproof cover and missile style security cover. Momentary toggle switch with waterproof boot Security Cover Its a tight fit and had to use my own washers as the ones the switch came with were too small. But it came out awesome and works perfect.
Hello! I just got an electric Mohoo Unicycle off of Ebay about a month ago. Yesterday, my husband hit a bump too fast. He hopped off and is fine, but the unicycle went head over wheel several times. The only thing broken is the power button. If you hold it down it totally works. Engages the battery and motor and everything. But if you don't keep your finger on the button it immediatley turns off. We've opened up the part with all the wires (no warranty on this one, so all repairs are up to us!), and all the connections seem fine. I am not an electrician... so I don't know much about what we're doing here. Hopefully someone on here has had the same problem and/or knows how to fix ours! Thanks! Ben & Anna
As simple as this sounds - I've just found the button to press for seeing all the posts written since I was last on the forum. So if there is anyone else in this World as slow as me, then I'm sure you will be most grateful to know that you need to click on the "* New Content" button in the top right of the screen under the 'Search' box! It will help me each time I come on here to know where I'm at! *I don't yet know where it's at on the mobile version though.