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EW-1100
Owners Manual
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Table of Content
Ⅰ、General Assembly Instructions
Ⅱ、Inspect before riding
Ⅲ、Charging
Ⅳ、Maintenance
Ⅴ、Simple Troubleshooting
Ⅵ、Guarantee
Ⅰ、General Assembly Instructions
Packaging – Remove packaging materials. Cut out sides of carton and remove bicycle. Remove all
materials and set parts aside for assembly.
Minimal assembly is required for a foldable bicycle. However please follow the guidelines below for correct
assembly.
Tools required -8 mm ring spanner, 10 mm ring spanner, 15mm pedal spanner, 14 mm open end spanner, 5
mm hex key, 6 mm hex key, screw driver, Cutters/Pliers
Assembly.
Set Up.
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Remove all packaging materials from the bike.
Install front wheel
The front wheel is a quick release type. The quick release mechanism must be seat square and firmly
tightened to ensure safety. Please check before each ride.
Alignment of handle bars
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The handle bar assembly may need some small adjustment for the alignment of the headset to the
front wheel.
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Use a 6 mm Hex key to loosen the handle bar stem.
Relocate and lock the head stem hinge.
Align handle bars so it is perpendicular to the front wheel.
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Carefully lower the handlebars back down and tighten the 6mm hex key firmly. Check and
recheck for firmness.
Install Pedals and Tighten Crank.
Use a small amount of axel grease on shaft before installing. Ensure you clearly identify Right and Left
pedals via the R or L stamped on the end of the pedal shaft. Screw pedal in clockwise. Tighten with pedal
spanner or 15mm spanner. Remember bicycle pedals tighten in a clock wise direction.
Remove Plastic chrome cap on crank and tighten with 14mm socket. Both Left and right hand sides.
Front Brake Set Up
V-Type brake. Clip Cable Guide through black support holder as shown. Loosen the 5 mm Allen key cable
holder and pull cable through until the pads are just touching the rim. Ensure you have removed the rubber
band from the lever. Adjust as necessary so brake shoes are square with wheel surface and are not rubbing
on wheel during rotation. Around 1-2 mm clearance is ideal.
Gear adjustments
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It is recommended you have a bicycle workshop assist you with the adjustment of the gears.
Cable tension must be checked to ensure there is no slack in cable when in highest (fastest gear).
Failure to do this will result in poor gear changes.
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Tension of cable can be adjusted on the rear of the cable insertion point on the back of the derailleur.
Lube chain and sprockets regularly with a Teflon based chain lube.
Inflate Tires to 65 PSI and maintain ongoing by checking once per week. Correct tire pressure is critical
to the performance of the bike.
Connect Battery Plug. Ensure no other plug is ever connected to the main battery slot.
Ensure you are familiar with operation of the bike before riding.
Ensure people/children are clear of moving wheels etc and test throttle.
Safety.
Ride safely and always wear protective gear including knee pads, elbow pads gloves and
helmet. Always Use an approved bicycle helmet. Always obey local road rules and legal guidelines.
Ⅱ、Inspect before riding
Important note: Before riding ensure you are familiar with the operation of the throttle. The throttle turns
towards the rider. This engages the motor.
Please check it before riding as below:
1. Check the grip.
2. Check tire pressure.
3. Check brake pads for wear and replace in necessary.
4. Check Brakes for alignment of front pads and wear.
5. Check the tightness of chain and Q-release
6. Check the gear function.
7. Check pedal tightness on crank.
8. Check the power indication.
9. Check battery status via Charge light on charger and on bike
10 .Check the tightness of saddle.
11. Do not use front V-brake when State of emergency.
Ⅲ、Charging
The bike arrives fully charged. Follow charging instructions provided with the charger
carefully.
Always have charger switched off before connecting to bike. Then turn on. The second LED will turn
orange when charging then green when fully charged. It is recommended to switch off charger once
charged.
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Check AC voltage is set to 220/240v. Never use on 110v setting.
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Do not drop the charger as it has sensitive electronics inside and damage may result.
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Do not cover with any material or substance that may restrict airflow into charger. The charger
need to “Breath” and be kept cool.
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Charging you bike each time you use it no matter how far the trip will prolong the life of the battery.
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Remember that charging the bike each time you use it will ensure longer life of the battery. DO
NOT leave the battery discharged for long periods. This will damage the battery.
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Charge only in a cool well ventilated area. Never cover charger.
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Never open the charger or change settings on charger.
Ⅳ、Maintenance
1. Wipe the bike with a dry cloth or neutral detergent.
2. Use lubricating oil for metal parts.
3. Wipe the plastics, paint coating part with dishcloth.
4. Increase the frequency of lubricating oil at wet and humid areas
See as below (Recommend 30SAE lubricating oil).
Need lubricating oil:
Do not wipe with lubricating oil
Rear wheel
Chain
Front brake
Front wheel
Ⅴ、Simple Troubleshooting
Driving system
Problem
Low speed
Check
Battery power
tire pressure
Is tire flat?
Load
The motor is not working
Power indicator light
does not shine
Power indication of
battery is on, but the bike
doesn’t work.
On shorter distance
Every plug
Loose wiring or
connection.
Action
Charging
Inflate the tire
Repair the tire
Do not overload
Ensure every plug is connected
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If the situation does not improve, please contact
with the dealer.
Check wiring and connections, particularly
brake connections, → please contact with the
dealer.
Is the battery fully
charged?
Charge fully Or Replace the battery.
Whether the battery
need replacing
At 20 ℃, after fully charged ,keep discharge
current 5 A short than 50 minutes to determine
the battery life is up
Ⅵ. Warranty
1. This guarantee takes effect after dealers confirm.
2. Warranty period
Parts Name
Motor
Battery
Guarantee Time (year)
180days 90days
Controller
Charger
Frame
1
180
1
3. Under circumstances of product quality problem, Seller will repair for buyer or take quick remedy
measures to back up. Detailed warranty times associated with each items of parts will be listed in the order
form or contract according to the different model.
Warranty Card
Given Name: ________________________Surname: ______________________
Address: _______________________________________
Suburb/Town___________________
State: _________________ Postcode _______________ Phone:______________________
E-Mail: ________________________________________________________________________
Model_____________________ Color: _______________ Date Purchased:______________
Dealer Purchased From:
__________________________________________________________________
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Important notice:
1, Electric Wheels will not be responsible for any personal injury caused by the misunderstanding or reading of the manual.
2, Detailed user guide please refer individual manual attached with the manual like Pedal, Charger, Shifting Gear and
Battery and so on.
3, The bike in the manual is not intended designed for off road and sport purpose. Any incident or personal injury cased by
the misleading use, user will their own responsibility.
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