Battery Motor is Beeping or Stopped working

Battery Motor is Beeping or Stopped Working

Battery Motor is Beeping or Not Working

When the battery is getting low on the motor, it will start to beep x10 when in use.

Please recharge the battery by charging with a compatible charger for your motor.

If a Battery motor has stopped working please try to charge the motor for a minimum of 6 hours then try to use the motor again.


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