Shoprider warns owners of its scooters that electromagnetic interference (EMI) can affect scooter movement and braking. If your Sunrunner moves on its own or releases its brakes, it isn't necessarily broken. To avoid problems related to EMI, do not operate personal communication devices, such as mobile phones, while operating the scooter. Of course, not all problems that affect Sunrunner scooters are related to electromagnetic energy. Minor problems may affect the battery charger, circuit breaker and overall performance of the scooter.
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Troubleshoot a Sunrunner that stops for no apparent reason. Lift the rear chassis cover to reveal the circuit breaker. Push in on a popped out circuit breaker to restore power to the scooter.
Troubleshoot the battery charger. The battery charger has two indicator lights. The red light means the charger is receiving power from the wall outlet. The green light shows the scooter receiving a charge from the charger. If the red light flashes, this indicates a disruption in power. Press the "Reset" button on the circuit breaker to resolve this problem.
Troubleshoot an inoperable Sunrunner. Ensure that the key is in the "On" position and the battery level shows a full charge. Ensure the freewheeling device is in the "Drive" position.
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