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Dear All

I would be grateful for your advice. 

I bought a ninebot one e+ recently, and have done a hundred or so miles. I rode it on a rainy day recently and probably through a few shallow puddles. Shortly after it cut out when I was riding (I managed to 'run it off' luckily so no injury). However the wheel is still not functioning. I left it for a few days in case there was any moisture inside. Now when I try to turn it on I get a single beep, a short flash of the lower green lights, then nothing. 

Interestingly if I try and manually pus the wheel forward or backwards, there is pulses of resistance. Help!

Any ideas what is wrong? Is the warranty useful in the UK? I bought it from a seller in Germany.

 

Thanks in advance.

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Hi, well come to the forum. 

I seems like a burned MOSFET. You can check it. The control board is under the left side cover. You have to remove two screws only. There is disassembly video in YouTube. 

For guarantee, better ask the seller. 

Good luck 

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28 minutes ago, vexed said:

Dear All

I would be grateful for your advice. 

I bought a ninebot one e+ recently, and have done a hundred or so miles. I rode it on a rainy day recently and probably through a few shallow puddles. Shortly after it cut out when I was riding (I managed to 'run it off' luckily so no injury). However the wheel is still not functioning. I left it for a few days in case there was any moisture inside. Now when I try to turn it on I get a single beep, a short flash of the lower green lights, then nothing. 

Interestingly if I try and manually pus the wheel forward or backwards, there is pulses of resistance. Help!

Any ideas what is wrong? Is the warranty useful in the UK? I bought it from a seller in Germany.

 

Thanks in advance.

Likely that there is a short circuit inside.

0. Charge the EUC. Turn on to see if it works. if not, then do 1 below.

1. Open the covers on two sides, see where water is. Inspect burn marks on control board, connectors, battery pack. If there is replace the part.

2. If there is no visible damage, then unplug the LED ring lights. turn power on, does it work? 

3. Unplug the battery from the board, check its voltage, It should be around 60v. If too low, you need a new battery pack.

4. Else, you need a new control board.

 

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1 hour ago, vexed said:

Any ideas what is wrong? Is the warranty useful in the UK? I bought it from a seller in Germany.

Theoretically yes. Imo. But maybe hard to enforce?

Best to get in contact with your seller.

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