When the charger is charging the battery, once the power is turned on, the green light will be on. There may be a short circuit in the battery, but two other phenomena will occur at the same time. First, the charger has been damaged in some cases. Damaged, there is no display when the charger indicator is turned on, and some directly display a green light; another situation is caused by wiring problems, such as incorrect wiring or disconnection of the connecting wire, causing the circuit to fail to form a loop when the charger is connected to the power supply.


Solution 1:


After replacing the charger, it is found that the situation has improved. If the insurance is damaged, the charger's converter may be damaged, which directly indicates that it cannot be charged. The correct solution is to replace the converter or the fuse, but if it still cannot be solved, you can only Choose to replace with a new charger.


Solution 2:


After replacing the charger, it is found that the situation remains the same, and it can be concluded that a small battery in the battery pack is faulty. The correct solution is to ask the maintenance supervisor to check whether each battery is faulty with a multimeter. If it cannot be repaired, check whether it can be repaired, and only replace the battery with a new one.


Solution 3:


Regardless of whether the cable is disconnected or connected incorrectly, this usually indicates that the interface is loose or corroded. The correct solution is to reinsert the charger and see if it jumps from green to red. If not, you need to check if the interface is corroded. If so, you need to Replace the wiring.


In short, the green light for electric scooter charging is not charging. For electric scooter users, it is generally caused by these three factors. If the electric scooter has a green light, they cannot solve it. They must pay attention to the repair shop as soon as possible. Maintain.