Verify Current Connection
- Start by ensuring your scooter is currently paired with the remote fob. Press the power button on the remote; if the scooter turns on, it’s paired.
Move Out of Range
- Take the remote fob out of the scooter’s Bluetooth range. Typically, Bluetooth range can extend up to 33 feet (10 meters), but try at least a few feet away to start with.
Initiate Unpairing Mode
- While the fob is out of range, turn on the scooter’s power.
- Press and hold the ‘Mode’ button on the scooter’s control panel. Keep an eye on the dashboard; you need to wait until the headlight symbol turns off, indicating that the remote fob is unpaired.
Test the Connection
- To ensure the unpairing process was successful, bring the remote fob back within the scooter’s range.
- Press the power button on the remote. If the scooter remains off, the fob has been successfully unpaired.
Prepare for Pairing
Initiate Pairing Mode
- Turn on the scooter’s power.
- Press the ‘Mode’ button to activate the scooter’s pairing functionality. The headlight will turn on, signaling that you’ve entered pairing mode.
Complete the Pairing Process
- Keep the remote fob near the scooter during this step (as shown in image below). The devices will communicate with each other, establishing a new connection.
Confirm Successful Pairing
- Test the new connection by pressing the power button on the remote fob. If the scooter powers on, the pairing process was successful.
Remote Fob Care
What You’ll Need
- A new coin battery (typically a CR2450 as shown in image or a similar model ) Follow this link for fob battery replacement https://a.co/d/esQALQd
- A coin or a flathead screwdriver.
Prepare Your Workspace
- Choose a clean, flat surface to work on. Having good lighting can help you see what you’re doing, especially since you’re working with small parts.
Open the Key Fob
- Examine your key fob and locate the small slot or notch on its side. This is where the two halves of the casing meet.
- Insert the coin or the flat edge of the screwdriver into the slot.
- Gently twist or pry to separate the halves (images below). Be careful not to use too much force to avoid damaging the casing.
Remove the Old Battery
- Once open, you’ll see the coin battery situated in a small compartment
- Use your flathead screwdriver to gently push under the battery’s edge.
- This should leverage it out of the compartment (see images below)
Insert the New Battery
- Take your new battery, ensuring it’s the correct size and type.
- Place the battery into the compartment. Make sure the positive side (+) is facing up or in the same direction as the old one was, if you can remember.
- Press down gently to seat the battery in place. You should feel it settle into the compartment.
Close the Key Fob
- Align the two halves of the key fob together. They should fit together easily.
- Press along the edges to snap the casing back into place. You’ll likely hear a click when it’s securely closed.
Test the Key Fob
- With the new battery installed, it’s important to test the key fob to ensure it’s working correctly.
- Stand within range of your scooter and press the power button on the fob. If the scooter responds as expected, you’re good to go.
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