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  1. Hello, This message to let you know that I had the error code 46 on an ES4 ninebot segway. I did a reset of the scooter (brake + speed + power 10s to get error code 10, then 14) then the battery was gone from the Segway app... After crawling telegram I saw a picture with the batery opened and a circuit that needed soldering. The external battery is hard to open, but I did it, then made back the connection, and the battery is back to live Unfortunately, even if the battery is charging now without being attached to the ES2, when it's pluged, it seems it does not take power, neither transmitting it to the main battery. I guess my controller might be broken, but I don't know how to test, and where to test this... Anyone can help ? Here's the picture I did and the (very bad) soldering I've done. Hope this helps a bit
  2. I purchased an ES2 and then added the supplemental battery. It was working properly on a daily basis, but the last time I turned it on the motor the accelerator stopped working correctly. Specifically, it feels likeit's trying to repeatedly apply the electronic brake rather than applying power to the motor. When I try to get the scooter up to speed to enable the accelerator, the speedometer shows incorrect, high numbers. There was very briefly an error code 18 flashing on the dashboard right when the problem started. I get the feeling the answer here is going to be, "look for a blow fuse and then replace some component", but I have no idea where to start and I don't want to further damage it. Any advice is appreciated. Thanks!
  3. Hi, Yesterday my ES2 started to feel wierd. It all happened when going downwill and started to brake. Immediately after applied the electric brake, the scooter turned off and I lost control of it while going downwill! Luckily I had a uphill on a left corner and no cars were there on the moment. After stop, clicked to turn it on and all seems fine. But not when riding, acceleration was slow and when using the electric brake, the drive hub started giving some crackling sounds. I was on sport mode. While riding home, lost acceleration and electrical braking. Although, the scooter turn on fine and bluetooth is fine, works with the app and it even records the speed. Bought it from GearBest. They asked for a video to see the problem. I will do it today after get home, but there are people with the same problem and some videos on YouTube, please give a look at this one: I wanted to know if there is someone that had the same problem and how have they resolved it. I saw something about the controller board. About some MOSFET that fried. Is it repairable or does the controller board needs to be switched? All that assuming the problem is the controller board. I'm a bit sad since I've waited 2 months for the scooter and only had it for 1 week.
  4. Below, official internal pictures (bluetooth chips, processor, battery) , external pictures, lab tests from FCC ES4= ES2+external battery This could help you if someday you need purchase ones parts and be sure you are ordering for an original part
  5. I just got a Segway Ninebot ES4. When riding in DC’s ridiculously bumpy streets, I tend to take it slow. However, I’ve noticed that no matter the speed, there’s a loud thud every time I go over even the smallest holes in the road. I checked on Amazon (where I got the scooter) and a couple of the answers said that you could adjust the rear suspension, which is where I believe the problem to be. Does anyone know how to adjust the rear suspension?
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