Daymak Boomerbuggy Owner`s manual

III & IV Series
Mobility Scooter
Owner’s Manual
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416.749.2324 · 1.866.379.7779 · www.daymak.com
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing Daymak’s Boomerbuggy Mobility Scooter. We
thank you for choosing a Daymak scooter, especially one that has been designed
to provide you with years of trouble free, comfortable, quiet, and eco-friendly
service. Your scooter has been equipped with the latest technologies that assist in
providing you with the most efficient and comfortable ride you’ve ever felt. We at
Daymak Inc. recognize the importance of your comfort when it comes to mobility,
and our Boomerbuggy Mobility Scooters provide just that; with our direct drive
transaxles and electromagnetic brakes, you will glide effortlessly where ever you
choose to go. Another amazing feature of our Boomerbuggy mobility scooters is
the fact that they are easily transportable and can be easily disassembled for
storage.
Please be sure to take time reading this manual thoroughly before
operating your new scooter. As the operator, you are solely responsible for the
manner in which you operate and maintain your scooter. Daymak Inc. is not
responsible for any damage or personal injury incurred through improper or
unsafe usage of the Boomerbuggy Mobility scooter.
For more information about our products, warranty, or services, or if you
are having any trouble understanding the instructions presented in this manual,
please contact your nearest Daymak dealer, or call Daymak headquarters at 1866-379-7779, or visit our website at www.daymak.com.
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Diagrams and Specs
Mirrors
Control Panel
Adjustable Armrests
Carrier Basket
Cup Holder
Seat
Reflectors
Tiller / Steering Colum
Rear Lights / Indicators
Headlights
Anti-Tip Wheels
Tires
Foot Rest
Boomerbuggy III Reference Guide
Mirrors
Headrest
Control Panel
Seat
Adjustable Armrests
Cup Holder
Carrier Basket
Tiller / Steering Colum
Rear Lights / Indicators
Headlights / Indicators
Anti-Tip Wheels
Tires
Foot Rest
Boomerbuggy IV Reference Guide
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Model
Overall Dimensions
Gross Weight
Net Weight (including
batteries)
Front Wheel
Rear Wheel
Weight Capacity
Forward Speed (adjustable)
Reverse Speed (adjustable)
Range
Turning Radius
Battery
Brakes
Anti-Tip Wheels
Bumper
Motor
Charger
Boomerbuggy III
51.38” x 25.20” x 46.06”
96 kg / 211.64 lbs
86 kg / 189.59 lbs
10”
10”
150 kg / 330.69 lbs
6 - 8 km/h
2.4 – 4.8 km/h
Up to 45 km per charge
47.24”
12V 38AH x 2
Intelligent regenerative and
electromagnetic
3” x 1”
Front and Rear
24V / 300W
AC100-240V50/60HZ
Output: 24V – 4A
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Model
Overall Dimensions
Gross Weight
Net Weight (including
batteries)
Front Wheel
Rear Wheel
Weight Capacity
Forward Speed (adjustable)
Reverse Speed (adjustable)
Range
Turning Radius
Battery
Brakes
Anti-Tip Wheels
Bumper
Motor
Charger
Boomerbuggy IV
55.51” 24.61” x 48.03”
105 kg / 231.48 lbs
96 kg / 211.64 lbs
10”
10”
150 kg / 330.69 lbs
6 - 9 km/h
2.4 – 4.8 km/h
Up to 36 km per charge
51.18”
12V 38AH x 2
Intelligent regenerative and
electromagnetic
3” x 1”
Front and Rear
24V / 300W
AC100-240V50/60HZ
Output: 24V – 4A
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EMI Safety Information
EMI Warning
The increasing rate at which communication technology develops has
flooded our environment with electromagnetic (EM) waves that are emitted by
various sources (such as television transmitters, cellular phones, wireless
technologies, and etc). Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) occurs more intensely
as you approach the source of the transmission and are capable of causing your
scooter to malfunction or function uncontrollably. EMI may cause possible
interference with the motor and its braking system!
WARNING! Be wary of EM sources around you, as unintended EMI may cause
accident or injury! Some cellular phones and similar devises transmit signals
while they are on, even when not in use!
While not guaranteed, the following devices are not likely to cause emit
enough EMI to interfere with the scooter: cordless phones, laptops, AM/FM
radios, TV sets, CD players, cassette players, and small appliances.
EMI Recommendations
• Do not use hand-held personal communications (cellular phones, CB
radio, ham radio, walkie-talkies, etc) while the scooter is in operation
• Be aware of any nearby transmitters along your route to reduce
unwanted interference
• Turn off your scooter when not in operation to reduce chances of
unintended movement
• If unintended movement occurs, turn off your scooter as soon as it is
safe
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Getting to Know your Scooter
Scooter Control Panel
Mirrors
Forward/Reverse Indicator
Charge Indicator
Brake Release
Ignition
Charging Port
Fuse
Forward Lever
Reverse Lever
Speed Adjustment Knob
Turning Signals
Emergency Brakes
Headlight Switch
Horn
Ignition
Place your keys in the ignition and turn clockwise one click to engage the motor.
You will know the scooter is on once the LEDs light up on your control panel. To
turn off your scooter, simply turn your key counter-clockwise.
Operating Levers
The forward lever is on your right hand and the reverse lever is on your left hand.
The speed of the scooter is dependent on the amount of pressure applied to
these levers. Although there are two separate levers, either lever is capable of
both forward and reverse.
Brakes
The scooter uses electromagnetic brakes assisted by the motor to provide a
smooth, comfortable stop. To use the brakes, simply release the operating levers
and the scooter will automatically engage the brakes.
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Speed Controls
You can adjust the speed of your scooter by turning the speed adjustment knob.
The lowest setting is set by turning the knob fully counter-clockwise and the
highest setting is set by turning the knob fully clockwise.
Charge Indicator
The number of LED bars lit indicates the amount of charge left. The true charge
level will show only when the bike is in operation.
CAUTION! Do not allow the battery to completely deplete! For optimal battery
maintenance, charge your batteries once they are at approximately 20%!
Light Switch
The switch turns on or off the headlights and taillights, if applicable. I is the on
position and O is the off position.
Horn
The horn button is located on the tiller, facing the operator. Pressing the horn
button operates it.
Indicator Switch
The indicator switch will engage the indicators respective to the position the
switch is set. Pressing up (labeled ◄) will engage the left indicator and pressing
down (labeled ►) will engage the right indicator.
Charging Port
Turn the cover and the charging port will be exposed. Align the charging plug’s
pins with the charging port’s holes and insert the gently insert the charger.
IMPORTANT! When charging your scooter, always make sure that you plug the
charger into the scooter before plugging the charger into the wall! Failure to do
so can potentially damage the scooter.
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Brake Release Button
While the scooter is on, pressing the brake release button will release the brakes,
allowing you to physically push the scooter forward and reverse regardless of the
free wheel lever’s position. Once the button is released, the brakes will
automatically reengage.
Free Wheel Lever
Anti-Tip Wheels
Free Wheel Lever
Free Wheel Operation
The free wheel lever engages the parking brake while the scooter is inactive.
Releasing the free wheel lever will allow you to physically move the scooter, but
you will not be able to operate the scooter. For safety purposes, the lever should
be left engaged.
• To release the wheels, push the free wheel lever up
• To engage the brakes (and for normal operation), push the free wheel
lever down
WARNING! Do not put the scooter into free wheel mode on any grade of incline!
The brakes will not be engaged in free wheel mode and therefore the scooter
can roll in an undesired manner and can result in injury or damage to the
scooter.
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Anti-Tip Wheels
The anti-tip wheels are a safety measure that helps to prevent the scooter from
being tipped over. The anti-tip wheels are located at the rear of the scooter’s
frame.
WARNING! The scooter should never be used unless the anti-tip wheels are in
place. Failure to do so can result in injury or damage.
Safety Warnings
WARNING! Failure to follow these instructions may result in damage to the
scooter or personal injury!
Safety Advice
Please keep the following in mind to prevent any unwanted injury or damage.
• DO NOT carry passengers
• DO NOT drive across a slope
• DO NOT drink and drive (or under the influence of medications that may
impair your driving ability)
• DO NOT tow a trailer
• DO NOT use distracting devices such as cellular phones while operating
• DO NOT exceed inclines over 8°
• DO NOT turn on steep inclines
• DO NOT turn suddenly at high speeds
• DO NOT get on or off the scooter unless the brakes are on and the
scooter is off
• DO NOT switch the scooter off while in motion
• DO NOT drive the scooter where you cannot safely walk; such as roads,
streets, highways, and etc.
• DO NOT attempt to drive over curbs greater than 2” in height
• DO NOT exceed the suggested user weight limit
• DO NOT use an escalator; please opt for the elevator
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• DO NOT drive on an incline with oil, water, or ice on it
• DO NOT try to lift the scooter by the seat, tiller, rear chassis cover, or
any removable parts
• DO NOT use parts of accessories that are not authorized by Daymak Inc.
• DO NOT connect any medical devises to the scooter battery
On the Road
Please adhere to the following recommendations to ensure your safety.
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DO NOT drive in the rain
DO NOT drive in or on snow
DO NOT drive off-road or on any uneven surfaces
DO NOT drive in traffic
DO NOT reverse unless you are certain there are no obstacles behind
you
DO NOT make sudden stops, weave erratically, or make sharp turns
DO NOT extend your arms or legs outside of the scooter while in
operation
DO NOT attempt to climb curbs greater than 2”
DO NOT attempt to cross a gap greater than 3”
DO NOT attempt to climb a hill greater than 10”
DO NOT attempt to drive across a sloping surface greater than 8”
DO NOT drive at full speed on a decline
DO NOT get on or off the scooter when on a hill
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SAFETY WARNING! When getting on or off the scooter, please make sure that
the key is in the off position to prevent engaging the scooter accidentally. When
seated comfortably, set the speed control knob according to your driving ability.
We recommend that you keep the speed at the lowest setting (fully counterclockwise) until you are comfortable with higher speeds.
Getting Started
Before the first use, you must charge your scooter completely. This should take
approximately 8 to 12 hours. Please refer to the Getting to Know Your Scooter
section for information on how to charge your scooter.
Getting On/Off
Before getting on or off your scooter, always make sure that the keys are not in
the ignition and that the scooter is off. This is a safety measure to prevent any
unwanted injury due to accidental engaging of the levers.
For easier mounting or dismounting, lift one of the arm rests before getting on or
off. Return the arm rest to its normal position before operation. Before operating
your scooter, ensure that you are seated in a comfortable position.
IMPORTANT! Do not use the handlebars or the tiller when mounting or
dismounting the scooter. For support, please use the arm rests!
Operating Instructions
Before going on your first trip, spend some time to practice handling your scooter.
Find an open area with plenty of room and no obstacles around. It is
recommended that you have a friend or family member assist you until you are
comfortable to operate the scooter on your own.
Forward and Reverse
First, make sure you are seated comfortably. Put the key into the ignition and turn
the scooter on. You will know that the scooter is active when the LEDs light up on
the control panel. Set your scooter to the lowest speed possible. You may adjust
the speed once you are comfortable with operating the scooter.
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Start by gently squeezing the right lever. Gradually apply more pressure to the
lever and the scooter will begin to pick up speed. If you have set your speed to
the lowest, your top speed will be restricted.
Once you are in motion, gently release the lever and the scooter will smoothly
come to a stop. Repeat moving forward and braking a few times to get used to
the motion.
Next is to practice reversing. To reverse, gradually squeeze the left lever. Same as
before, the more pressure applied to the lever, the faster the scooter will move.
Practice reversing and stopping a few times to get used to the motion.
WARNING! Make sure that there are no obstacles, curbs, or angled slopes
behind you before reversing! Practice reversing to get used to judging your
environment.
Steering
Steering the scooter is effortless and simple. Before you begin your practice,
ensure that there are no obstacles in the way.
To steer, simply rotate the tiller (handlebars) to the desired direction; the more
you rotate, the more sharp the turn. Begin by slowly moving forward and steering
the tiller at small angles; gradually increase the angle for your turn to familiarize
yourself with the maximum turning radius.
Practice by making gentle “S” patterns in both forward and reverse as much as
necessary.
When steering through limited spaces (such as a doorway or hallway), make sure
to mind the width of your scooter. When approaching doorways, take your time
and proceed slowly to prevent injury to yourself or others or damage to the
scooter.
When turning around corners, always keep a safe distance from the wall you are
turning towards. Most importantly, you want to ensure that your rear tires will
clear the corner without getting caught.
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WARNING! Never turn sharply while the scooter is at top speed! Always
exercise caution when taking corners. Failure to do so can cause injury and
damage.
Extra Guidelines
Ramps / Slopes
The stability of your scooter is governed by several factors such as seating
position, the angle of the slope, your height and your weight. Take caution when
approaching an incline and always head directly (perpendicular) to the slope and
not at an angle. While on the slope, avoid making any turns. When heading down
a slope, keep your scooter’s speed setting to slow.
Grass / Gravel
Your scooter was not designed to travel off-road and therefore caution should be
exercised when traveling on grass, sand, or loose gravel. If necessary, always
travel at a slow pace to prevent slipping.
IMPORTANT! You should never operate your scooter in wet weather or on wet
surfaces.
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Adjustment
Tiller Angle Adjustment
The Tiller Adjustment lever is located
on the side near the bottom of the
tiller. To adjust the tiller angle, hold
onto the handlebar with one hand to
support its weight, pull the tiller
adjustment lever outwards and
adjust the angle of the tiller to the
desired position. When you are
comfortable, tighten the lever once
more.
Tiller Adjustment Lever
Tiller Adjustment Lever
IMPORTANT! Do not drive the
scooter if the tiller is not secured.
Seat Adjustment Lever
Seat Adjustment
You can adjust the seat to be either
closer or further from the tiller. The
seat adjustment lever is located on
your seat to the left hand side where
your left leg rests. To adjust your
seating distance, simply lift the lever
and adjust your seat accordingly.
Once released, the seat will
automatically lock into place.
Seat Adjustment Lever
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Armrest Adjustment, Swivel Adjustment and Seat Removal
Armrest Adjuster
Seat Removal Nut
Swivel Adjustment
Swivel Adjustment
An alternative solution to mounting the scooter is to turn the seat outwards to sit
comfortably and then turn the seat back to original position.
To do this, simple pull the swivel adjustment lever outwards and the seat will
loosen. Adjust the seat appropriately and return the lever to its original position.
Armrest Adjustment
The armrests can easily be adjusted to be wider. To do this, turn the armrest
adjustment knob found behind the seat near the bottom counter-clockwise to
loosen the armrest. Adjust the armrest to the desired width and then retighten
the knob by turning clockwise. The knob should be not be over tightened.
IMPORTANT! Never operate your scooter without armrests securely in place.
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Seat Removal Nut
The seat removal nut is located on the shaft holding the seat, next to the swivel
adjustment lever. This is a grub screw that engages a groove on the shaft that the
seat is mounted on. By loosening or removing this nut, you will be able to remove
the seat. Upon reinstallation, pay extra attention to ensure that the nut is secured
and in place.
Seat Removal
After you have removed the seat removal nut, the seat can be easily removed by
lifting the chair off of the shaft it rests on.
Disassembling the Scooter for Transport or Storage
The Boomerbuggy series was designed to be easily dismantled for efficient
transportation and storage. Disassembling the scooter requires very little time
and effort. Simply follow these steps to disassemble your scooter.
• First remove the seat. You can do so by loosening the swivel lever and
removing the grub nut that holds the seat to the shaft. Please refer to
the Seat Removal for more information.
• With the seat removed, release the tiller lever and fold the tiller all the
way down to where the seat used to be.
IMPORTANT! While disassembled, the scooter is still considerably heavy due to
the batteries and motor. When transporting the scooter, always have someone
around to assist you!
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Batteries and Charger
The Boomerbuggy series utilizes two maintenance free, seal lead acid batteries.
Battery performance is affected by various factors including: temperature,
terrain, the weight of the user, and overall usage for the batteries. The battery
level indicator/gauge is only a guide for judging the amount of charge in the
batteries. The true charge of the batteries will display once the scooter is in drive.
To optimize the battery life, only charge the scooter once the batteries are at
approximately 20%.
When storing your unit, be sure to charge the scooter at least once every two
weeks to optimize the battery’s life. Leaving the batteries completely discharged
can cause irreversible damage to the batteries and may need to be replaced.
Charger and Charging
To charge your scooter, first make sure that the bike is off. Plug the charger into
the charging port (refer to the Getting to Know Your Scooter section) and then
plug the charger into the outlet. Once connected, a red light should appear on the
charger; this indicates that the scooter is being charged. When the scooter is
completely charged, the charger will automatically terminate the charge and the
light will turn green.
The charger requires a minimum feedback voltage signal from the batteries in
order to begin the charging cycle. If your batteries are severely discharged for a
long period of time, the charge may not receive the necessary feedback and
therefore the batteries will not charge. If this occurs, contact your nearest
Daymak dealer for assistance.
IMPORTANT! Always insert the charger into your scooter before the outlet!
Failure to do so has a possibility of short circuiting the scooter.
IMPORTANT! Never let your batteries completely discharge. Doing so can result
in irreversible damage to the batteries.
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Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Lubrication
In six-month intervals, you should lubricate the following parts with multipurpose
grease or similar lubricant: seat pivot post and seat release lever.
CAUTION! Do not lubricate the transaxle gears!
Wheels and Tires
The wheels have split rims, which allows easy puncture repair. To change the
wheel, remove the center 13mm bolt and slide the wheel off its axle. When
refitting the wheel, be sure to use a locking washer and use locktite or a similar
adhesive. When changing a tire, the inner tube must be deflated. Remove the
four bolts from the wheel and split the rim.
General Maintenance
Every six months, you may need to tighten certain nuts and bolts. The reason for
this is due to the fact that operating the scooter will cause a lot of vibrations,
which can gradually loosen the nuts and bolts on the scooter. The following are
some areas that require attention: tiller base bolts, wheel axle bolts, armrest
adjustment bolts, wheel-to-axle bolts, and etc.
Troubleshooting Check List
If you are having trouble operating your scooter, please check the following:
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The unit is switched on
All plugs and connectors are firmly fixed
Battery is fully charged
Free wheel lever is engaged
Battery fuses are not blown
If the problems persist, try resetting the circuit breaker. The circuit breaker can be
found under the rear chassis cover and is accessible through a port hold under the
seat.
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Warranty
One Year Limited Warranty
If assembled by a Daymak dealer, we will repair or replace parts within 90 days
for parts and labour and 1 year for the motor and frame upon examination of
the defect by an authorized representative. All parts that are defective in material
or workmanship are covered by a manufacturer’s warranty. The warranty does
not cover the shipping costs of replacement parts.
Do not return faulty parts without prior consent. All transportation costs and
shipping damaged incurred while submitting the parts for repair or replacement
are at the discretion and are the responsibilities of the original purchaser.
Warranty Exclusions
The warranty will not cover the following:
• Plastic fenders, tires (including flat tires), seats, and baskets
• Damage caused by:
o Battery fluid spillage or leakage
o Abuse, misuse, accident or negligence
o Improper operation, maintenance and storage
o Commercial use or use other than normal wear and tear
o Repairs and/or modifications made to any part without specific,
written consent
o Circumstances beyond the control of Daymak Inc., such as theft,
natural disasters, or acts of war.
Disclaimer
We disclaim all liability and responsibility for incidental or consequential
damages, including personal injury and property damage due to failure to follow
the instructions written in this manual. The user is solely responsible for the care
and maintenance of the scooter and its use.
Daymak Inc. · 130 Oakdale Rd · Toronto, ON · 416-749-2324 · 1-866-379-7779 · www.daymak.com