Owner`s manual - spacescooter.lv

Owner`s manual - spacescooter.lv
Owner’s manual
Please read and understand this manual before allowing your child to use
this product!
If you need any assistance, please contact your dealer.
WARNING: Adult assembling required.
WARNING: Not suitable for children under the age of four.
Index
Safety warnings ....................................................................................... 3
Know your Space Scooter™ .................................................................... 7
Setup and unfolding ................................................................................ 8
Unfolding............................................................................................. 8
Folding for Space Scooter ................................................................. 11
Folding for storage ............................................................................ 11
How to ride ........................................................................................... 13
Riding As Kick Scooter ....................................................................... 13
Riding as a Space Scooter™............................................................... 13
Check and adjust ................................................................................... 14
Check collar clamp ............................................................................ 14
Check wheels and bearings ............................................................... 14
Check quick release........................................................................... 14
Check flywheel and add ballbearingoil ............................................. 16
Space Scooter F.A.Q. (frequently asked questions).............................. 17
De Space Scooter klapt niet uit. ... Fout! Bladwijzer niet gedefinieerd.
De grip op de trayplank bladert af. ................................................... 17
De ketting slaat over de tandwielen of loopt naast de tandwielen. 17
De Space Scooter maakt rare geluiden. ............................................ 18
Warranty ............................................................................................... 19
Copyright ............................................................................................... 19
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Safety warnings
AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO PARENTS:
This manual contains important information. For your child’s
safety, it is your responsibility to review this information with your
child and make sure that your child understands all warnings,
cautions, instructions and safety topics. We recommends that you
periodically review and reinforce the information in this manual
with younger riders and that you are required to inspect and
maintain your child’s scooter to insure their safety.
GENERAL WARNING:
Scooter riding can be a hazardous activity. Scooters can, and are
intended to move and it is therefore possible to get into dangerous
situations and/or lose control and/or fall. If such things occur you
can be seriously injured or die. LIKE ANY OTHER MOVING
PRODUCT, USING A SCOOTER CAN BE A DANGEROUS ACTIVITY AND
MAY RESULT IN INJURY OR DEATH EVEN WHEN USED WITH
PROPER SAFETY PRECAUTIONS. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK AND USE
COMMON SENSE.
WARNING:
The air spring of shock absorber is fill of hight pressure air. Do not
disassembly or destroy it, and never throw it into fire which may
cause the air spring to be exploded.
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Always wear safety equipment such as helmet, knee pads
and elbow pads. Always wear a helmet when riding your
scooter and keep the chain strap securely buckled.
Always wear shoes.
Ride on smooth, paved surfaces away from motor vehicles.
Avoid sharp bumps, drainage grates, and sudden surface
changes. Scooter may suddenly stop.
Avoid streets and surfaces with water, sand, gravel, dirt,
leaves, and other debris. Wet weather impairs traction,
braking, and visibility.
Do not ride at night.
Brake will get hot from continuous use. Do not touch after
braking.
Avoid excessive speed associated with downhill rides.
Adults must assist children in the initial adjustment
procedures to unfold scooter, adjust handlebar and steering
to height, and finally to fold scooter.
Obey all local trafic and scootering laws and regulations.
Watch out for pedestrians.
Do not exceed the 80 kilograms of total weight on the
scooter.
Do not allow children under age of eight (8) to use the
scooter. Children under age fourteen (14) should ride with
adult supervision at all times. All children and preteens
should ride with adult guidance at all times.
The rider’s weight does not necessarily mean a child’s size is
appropriate to ride or maintain control of the scooter.
A parent’s decision to allow his or her child to ride this
product should be based on the child’s maturity, skill and
ability.
The user should pay attention to surroundings to avoid
sudden braking and sudden turning wich may cause the
user fall down, this may hurt the user or other people.
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Always ensure child is wearing proper protective equipment
such as an approved safety helmet.
A helmet may be legally required by local law or regulation in
your area. A child should always wear shoes, never ride bare
footed or in sandals, and keep shoelaces tied and out of the
way of the wheels.
FAILURE TO USE COMMON SENSE AND HEED THE ABOVE
WARNINGS FURTHER INCREASES RISK OF SERIOUS INJURY. USE
AT YOUR OWN RISK AND WITH APPROPRIATE AND SERIOUS
ATTENTION TO SAFE OPERATION. USE CAUTION.
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WARNING: ALWAYS INSPECT SCOOTER PRIOR TO RIDING.
Properly inspecting and maintaining your space scooter can
reduce the risk of injury. Always inspect your space scooter
before riding and regularly maintain it.
WARNING: CHECK LOCAL LAWS REGARDING SCOOTER USE.
Check local laws and regulations to see where and how you
may use your scooter legally. In many states and local areas
scooter riders are required BY LAW to wear a helmet. Check
local laws and regulations regarding laws governing helmet use
and scooter operation in your area.
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Know your Space Scooter™
Remove contents from box. Inspect the contents of the box for
scratches in the paint and/or dents that may have occurred during
shipping. Because your space scooter was assembled and packed at
the factory, there should not be any problems, even if the box has a
few scars or dents.
Kicking
Riding
Folding
WARNING: DO NOT USE PARTS MANUFACTURE BY OTHER COMPANY WITH YOUR SPACE
SCOOTER. The space scooters have been built to certain design specifcations. The original
equipment supplied at the time of sale was selected on the basis of its compatibility with
the frame, fork and all other parts. Certain aftermarket products may or may not be
compatible.
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Setup and unfolding
Tightening brake handle.
Note: The screw of the brake handle was not tightened before the
product was packed in the factory; the user should tighten the
brake handle screw before using the scooter. Adjust brake handle
to suitable position and lock it by inner hexagon spanner.
Unfolding
1. Releassing folder by opening the quick release on right side of
folder.
2. Push "Folding" unlock button (A) to unlock head tube and raise
steering tube up until it securely locked in the correct position.
Sway the steering tube slightly to conform spring-load lock pin is
lock into the correct position.
3. Tightening quick-release at the right side of folder to lock the
folder.
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4. Open the quick-release at top end of T-tube.
5. Insert and secure left and right handlebars by pressing the springloaded buttons and inserting them into T-tube. Make certain BOTH
handlebars are properly locked into the T-bar by spring-loaded
buttons.
6. Close quick-release to lock handlebar firmly.
7. To adjust the height of the handlebars: open the quick-release
lever.
8. Press the spring-load button and slide T-bar to desired position,
and make sure spring-load button is lock into the hole of tube.
9. Resecure the quick release lever to lock into place.
WARNING: Failure to properly secure the quick-release lever may
cause the T-tube to telescope up or down while riding which may
cause you to lose control and fall!
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10. To unfolde deck, the front wheel has to be kept stop by foot or
other things.
11. Hold steering tube by left hand, pull folding trigger by right hand.
At the same time, pull steering tube forward slightly to make rear
wheel leave away from ground. The deck will unfold slowly. Let
deck grow up to right position and drop down the folding trigger.
Deck will be lock at this position.
If deck does not unfold normally, the user can pull front end of deck
to help unfolding of deck.
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Folding for Space Scooter
1. Folding deck:
(Let deck to be in a horizontal palce or turns up at front end.)
Hold steering tube by left hand, pull folding trigger by another
hand pull to open valve of air spring. At the same time, tread deck
to push down deck to flat situation.
2. Adjust steering tube: To adjust steering tube to "kicking" mode,
push "Riding" unlock button (B) to unlock head tube and raise
steering tube up more until it securely locked into "kick scooter"
position.
Folding for storage
1. Folding deck:
(Let deck to be in a horizontal place or turns up at front end.)
Hold steering tube by left hand, pull folding trigger by another
hand pull to open valve of air spring. At the same time, tread deck
to push down deck to flat situation.
2. Folding steering tube: Open quick-release for steering tube, push
the spring-load button and push down upper steering tube. Let the
spring-load button lock into the hole at the lower end of lower
steering tube, and then close the quick-release.
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3. Folding handlebar: Open quick-release on the top of T-tube, pull
out handlebar from T-tube by pressing the spring-load button on
handlebar. Fold down handlebar to folding position.
4. Folding head tube:
Open quick-release on right side of folder. Push the "Riding" unlock
button (B) to unlock head tube and press steering tube down until
securely locked in the upright position. Then tightening the quick
release at the right side of folder to lock the folder.
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How to ride
Riding As Kick Scooter
Hold handlebar by two hands. Place one foot
on deck, push forward with the other foot by
kicking the ground. For enhanced cornering,
lean slightly into the direction of the turn. For
controlled stops, apply brake by grasping
brake handle slightly to slow down the speed
of scooter. Do not grasp brake handle
suddenly. We recommend that you practice
applying the brake at various speeds and in an
open area free from obstructions before
riding your scooter around others.
Riding as a Space Scooter™
Hold handlebar by two hands. Place one foot on the front end of deck
and kick the ground by another foot to push scooter forward. Then
stand on deck by two feet and shake the deck by left foot and right
foot alternately to sway deck and then scooter may move forward. For
enhanced cornering, lean slightly into the direction of the turn. For
controlled stops, apply brake by grasping brake handle slightly to slow
down the speed of scooter. Do not grasp brake handle suddenly. We
recommend that you practice applying brake at various speeds and in
an open area free from obstructions before riding your scooter around
others.
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(3)
Check and adjust
Check collar clamp
Using a 5 mm Allen wrench, check that collar
clamp bolt is tightened securely. This item is
tightened and quality inspected at the factory,
but there is a slight chance that the effects of
shipping or handling may have caused this
bolt to loosen.
WARNING: Failure to properly secure the collar clamp may cause
the steering tube to out of control while riding which may cause risk
of injury or death.
Check wheels and bearings
Under normal circumstances and conditions, wheels and
wheel bearings are maintenance free. Nonetheless, it is
the responsibility of the owner or guardian to periodically
respect the wheels for wear and tear, the axle for proper
tightness and bearings for side-to-side play and loose
parts. When a wheel or wheel bearing develops play, this
is an indication of excess wear and replacement is
necessary.
Check quick release
Check all quick-releases before riding; make
sure all quick releases are close and tightened.
Adjust quick-release by this:
1. Open handle of quick-release.
2. Adjust nut of quick release.
3. Close handle of quick release.
If it is not suitable, do it again.
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Adjust brake cable
Check brake before riding as the following steps:
Grasp brake handle and push scooter forward. The rear wheel will not
be turned, and scooter will not be moved forward. Opening brake
handle, the scooter can be push and move forward easily. If brake is
out of work, please adjust or maintain brake before riding.
Tiny adjustment: adjust the screw of brake handle to loose or tighten
brake cable.
Wide adjustment:
1. Loosing brake cable nut.
2. Drawing brake cable to a suitable place by sharp-nose pliers.
3. Tightening the cable nut.
WARNING: Failure of brake may cause the speed of scooter out of
control, it may cause risk of injury or death.
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Check flywheel and add ballbearingoil
Checking flywheel before riding to make sure there is not any
abnormal noise. If there is abnormal noise, turn up the scooter to let
its bottom upward and add 3 to 5 points ballbearingoil to the gaps
between flywheel and bearing, wait for a minute to let ballbearingoil
infiltrate into the flywheel. The user should add ballbearingoil every
month to keep it smooth and increase its life, even if there is not any
abnormal noise.
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Space Scooter F.A.Q. (frequently asked questions)
The Space Scooter does not unfold.
Be sure you have read the instruction manual carefully and understand how the Space Scooter
works.
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b)
If you are sure you are doing everything right, ensure the brake at the rear wheel is
not pressed against the wheel. If this is the case, you can use a wrench size 8 to
unloosen the nut and give the cable/break some more space. When you’re done,
fasten the nut again.
If the problem still exists, please contact the helpdesk by e-mail:
support@spacescooter.eu.
The grip of the tray plank diminishes.
Please contact the helpdesk by e-mail (support@spacescooter.eu) with a clear description of
the problem. We will send you a new grip sticker.
HOW TO: FOR REPLACING THE GRIP STICKER.
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Remove the existing sticker. You can easily peel off the sticker with your nail. Gently
pull off the sticker.
Make sure the tray shelf is clean. (defatted)
Peel off the new sticker from its back-side. Make sure to start at the square end and
only peel the first few centimeters. (This is applied at the front side of the Space
Scooter)
Place the square end of the sticker straight onto the tray plank. Pull the sticker's
back-side off bit by bit whilst rubbing the sticker onto the tray. Make sure to create
no air pockets while applying.
The chain skips or runs next to the gears(flywheel).
Please contact the helpdesk by e-mail (support@spacescooter.eu) with a clear description of
the problem. The spring that keeps the chain in place is probably stretched.
HOW TO: REPLACE THE CHAINSPRING.
a)
b)
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d)
Retrieve the necklace of the gears (how to do this you will find in the workshop
manual available on www.spacescooter.eu)
Loosen the inbus that holds the spring on the front.
Loosen the inbus that hold the other side of the spring.
Insert the new spring in reverse order.
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The Space Scooter makes strange noises.
The Space Scooter needs its maintenance just like a bike. On www.spacescooter.eu you will
find a maintenance manual. Here you will find a few practical tips.
(a)
A chain is handled with chain spray – this is a dry lubrication and ensures you that no
dirt attracts to the chain; available at the better bike shop or hardware store. We
recommend not to use WD40 or silicone spray. If the chain becomes rusty. Then you
can clean the chain with WD40, dry him off well and then lubricate the chain with
chain spray.
(b)
The ball bearings can be greased with ball bearing grease. To do this, you need to
disassemble the rear wheel. Don’t use WD40 for this especially removes the grease
from the bearings and this will result in defects.
(c)
Regulairly make sure all parts of the Space Scooter are fasten tight. The caps under
the tray shelf can get loose by vibrations. Therefore it is important that you regularly
check everything to see if it's still in place and fastened tight. Although the Space
Scooter is put together with the utmost care, we can not avoid parts getting loose
due to vibration. To ensure screws will stay tight, you can use a product such as
Loctite.
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Warranty
The manufacturer warranties this product to be free of manufacturing
defects for a period of 24 months from date of purchase. This Limited
Warranty does not cover normal wear and tear, or any damage, failure
or loss caused by improper assembly, maintenance, or storage.
This Limited Warranty will be void if the product is ever:
 Used in a manner other than for recreation.
 Modified in any way.
 Rented.
 Repair with parts other then the original Space Scooter parts.
The manufacturer is not liable for incidental or consequential loss or
damage due directly or indirectly to the use of this product.
The manufacturer does not offer an extended warranty. If you have
purchased an extended warranty, it must be honored by the store at
which it was purchased. For your records, save your original sales
receipt with this manual.
Copyright
Nothing from this manual may be copied, used, duplicated or
reproduced without prior permission from Easy2.Company B.V.
Exclusive Importer and licencee for europe:
Easy2.Company B.V.
Telefoon: +31 (0)72-850 26 01
Websites: http://spacescooter.eu/
E-mail: support@spacescooter.eu
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