If you're a Kugoo owner or have recently purchased a Kugoo electric scooter, it's important to know how to properly charge your scooter to ensure it stays running smoothly. Here are some tips to help you charge your Kugoo electric scooter correctly:
1. Turn Off the Ignition
Before you plug in the charger, ensure that the ignition is turned off. This applies to all Kugoo electric scooter models, including the M4, M4 Pro, G2 Pro, and G3 Pro.
If you leave the ignition on and plug in the charger, your battery indicator will drain to zero, and your scooter won't turn back on. To avoid this issue, turn off the ignition before charging your scooter.
2. Plug in the Charger
Once you've turned off the ignition, plug the charger into power. You should see a green indicator light, which means that the charger is working.
3. Check the Battery Level Indicator
If your scooter is fully charged, the light will stay green. However, if it's taking a charge (i.e., less than 100%), the light will turn red.
Make sure that the battery level indicator is switched off before you plug in the charger. You might even want to remove the key to be sure. Once you've plugged in the charger, the indicator light will turn red.
Once your scooter is fully charged, unplug the charger from the wall or socket. After you unplug the charger, you can turn the ignition back on, and there will be no effect.
By following these simple steps, you can ensure that your Kugoo electric scooter can charge correctly.
Remember to turn off the ignition before charging, plug in the charger, check the battery level indicator, and unplug the charger when your scooter is fully charged.
With proper care and maintenance, your Kugoo electric scooter can provide you with years of enjoyable riding.
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