OWNER’S MANUAL Read and understand this entire manual before riding!

OWNER’S MANUAL
Read and understand this entire manual before riding!
DO NOT RETURN TO STORE!
NOTE: Manual illustrations are for demonstration purposes only.
Illustrations may not reflect exact appearance of actual product.
Specifications subject to change without notice.
Please have your 19 digit product I.D. code ready before contacting Razor for
warranty assistance and/or replacement parts.
Product I.D. Code: _____________ - ____________ - ____________
v1_07_12
CONTENTS
Repair and Maintenance ................................................6-8
Troubleshooting Guide......................................................9
Electric Scooter Parts .....................................................10
Warranty .........................................................................12
Safety Warnings ...............................................................1
Before You Begin ..............................................................2
Assembly and Set-Up/Usage .........................................3-4
Charging Battery/Pre-Ride Checklist ................................5
SAFETY WARNINGS
WARNING: Riding an electric scooter does present potential risks and
caution is required. Like any riding product, an electric scooter has inherent
hazards associated with its use (for example, falling off or riding it into a
hazardous situation). Like any riding product, electric scooters can and are
intended to move and it is therefore, of course, possible to lose control or
otherwise get into dangerous situations. Both children and adults responsible
for supervising them must recognize that if such things occur, a rider can
be seriously injured or die, even when using safety equipment and other
precautions. RIDE AT YOUR OWN RISK AND USE COMMON SENSE.
The normal powered top speed of this scooter will be approximately 15 mph
(24 kmh), which can be affected by conditions, such as rider weight, inclines,
tire inflation and battery charge level. Avoid excessive speeds that can be
associated with downhill rides.
Maintain a hold on the handlebars at all times. Do not touch the brakes or
motor on your scooter when in use or immediately after riding as these parts
can become very hot.
Ride defensively. Watch out for potential obstacles that could catch your wheel
or force you to swerve suddenly or lose control. Be careful to avoid pedestrians,
skaters, skateboards, scooters, bikes, children or animals who may enter your
path, and respect the rights and property of others.
WARNING: PARENTAL AND ADULT
RESPONSIBILTY AND SUPERVISION IS NECESSARY:
Because products, like electric scooters, can and do present potential
hazards plainly associated with their use, it is well recognized THE NEED
FOR EXERCISE OF PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY IN SELECTING RIDING
PRODUCTS APPROPRIATE TO THE AGE OF A CHILD, OR PARENTAL
SUPERVISION IN SITUATIONS IN WHICH CHILDREN OF VARIOUS AGES
MAY HAVE ACCESS TO THE SAME RIDING PRODUCTS, IS IMPORTANT.
Not every product is appropriate for every age or size of child, and different
age recommendations are found within this category of product which are
intended to reflect the nature of the hazards and the expected mental or
physical ability, or both, of a child to cope with the hazards.
The electric scooter is intended for use on flat, dry surfaces such, as pavement
or level ground, without loose debris, such as sand, leaves, rocks or gravel.
Wet, slick, bumpy, uneven or rough surfaces may impair traction and contribute
to possible accidents. Do not ride your scooter in mud, ice, puddles or water.
Watch out for potential obstacles that could catch your wheel or force you
to swerve suddenly or lose control. Avoid sharp bumps, drainage grates, and
sudden surface changes.
Do not attempt or do stunts or tricks on your electric scooter. The scooter is not
made to withstand abuse from misuse, such as jumping, curb grinding or any
other type of stunts. Racing, stunt riding, or other maneuvers also enhance risk
of loss of control, or may cause uncontrolled rider actions or reactions.
The recommended rider age is 13 and older. Any rider unable to fit
comfortably on the scooter should not attempt to ride it. 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 to follow rules.
Never allow more than one person at a time to ride the scooter.
Keep this product away from small children and remember that it is
intended for use only by persons who are, at a minimum, completely
comfortable and competent while operating the scooter.
Do not allow hands, feet, hair, body parts, clothing, or similar articles to
come in contact with moving parts, wheels, or drivetrain, chain while the
motor is running.
Do not ride at night or when visibility is limited.
Never use near steps or swimming pools.
Never use headphones or a cell phone to talk or text when riding.
Persons with any mental or physical conditions that may make them
susceptible to injury, impair their physical dexterity or mental capabilities
to recognize, understand, and follow safety instructions and to be able
to understand the hazards inherent in scooter use, should not use or be
permitted to use products inappropriate for their abilities. Persons with
heart conditions, head, back or neck ailments (or prior surgeries to these
areas of the body), or pregnant women, should be cautioned not to operate
such products.
Never hitch a ride with a vehicle.
Do not ride your scooter in wet or icy weather and never immerse the scooter
in water, as the electrical and drive components could be damaged by water or
create other possibly unsafe conditions. Never risk damaging surfaces, such as
carpet or flooring, by use of an electric scooter indoors.
PROPER RIDING ATTIRE
Always wear proper protective equipment, such as an approved safety helmet
(with chin strap securely buckled), elbow pads and kneepads. A helmet may
be legally required by local law or regulation in your area. A long-sleeved
shirt, long pants, and gloves are recommended. Always wear athletic shoes
(lace-up shoes with rubber soles), never ride barefooted or in sandals, and keep
shoelaces tied and out of the way of the wheels, motor and drive system.
DO NOT EXCEED THE WEIGHT LIMIT OF 220 lbs (100 kg). Rider
weight does not necessarily mean a person’s size is appropriate
to fit or maintain control of the scooter.
CHECK AND MAINTAIN SCOOTER CONDITIONS
USING THE CHARGER
Before use, check to confirm that any and all chain guards or other
covers and guards are in place and in serviceable condition. Check that
the brake is functioning properly, and that tires are inflated properly and
have sufficient tread remaining. The scooter should be maintained and
repaired in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications, using
only the manufacturer’s authorized replacement parts, and should not
be modified from the manufacturer’s original design and configuration.
The charger supplied with the electric scooter should be regularly examined
for damage to the cord, plug, enclosure and other parts. In the event of such
damage, the scooter must not be charged until the charger has been repaired
or replaced.
Use only with the recommended charger.
Use caution when charging.
ACCEPTABLE RIDING PRACTICES AND
CONDITIONS
The charger is not a toy. Charger should be operated by an adult.
Always check and obey any local laws or regulations, which may
affect the locations where the electric scooter may be used. Keep
safely away from cars and motor vehicle traffic at all times, and only
use where allowed and with caution.
Unplug charger and disconnect from scooter when not in use.
Do not operate charger near flammable materials.
Do not exceed charging time.
Always disconnect from the charger prior to wiping down and cleaning your
scooter with damp cloth.
Do not activate the speed control on the hand grip unless you are on the
scooter and in a safe, outdoor environment suitable for riding.
FAILURE TO USE COMMON SENSE AND HEED THE ABOVE WARNINGS
INCREASES RISK OF SERIOUS INJURY. USE WITH APPROPRIATE
CAUTION AND SERIOUS ATTENTION TO SAFE OPERATION.
1
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Remove contents from box. Remove the foam separators that protect the components from damage during
shipping. Inspect the contents of the box for scratches in the paint, dents or kinked cables that may have
occurred during shipping. Because the scooter is 95 percent assembled and packed at the factory, there
should not be any problems, even if the box has a few scars or dents.
MAKE SURE POWER SWITCH IS TURNED “OFF” BEFORE CONDUCTING ANY ASSEMBLY
OR MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES.
Estimated Assembly and Set-Up Time
Allow up to 10 minutes for assembly, not including initial charge time.
Allow up to 12 hours for initial charge (see page 5 for charging information)
3. Charger
(Note: Charger design
may vary from one shown)
Charger
Plug
WARNING:
DO NOT USE NON-RAZOR
PARTS WITH YOUR RAZOR
ELECTRIC SCOOTER. The
scooter has been built to certain
Razor design specifications. 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 parts may or
may not be compatible and will
void your warranty.
Twist Grip Throttle
Charger
Port End
PRODUCT I.D. CODE
1. Handlebar
Stem
1. Handlebar Stem
2. Battery Tray
3. Charger
4. UPC Side of Box (not shown)
2. Battery Tray
Required Tools
5 mm Allen Wrench (Included)
Two (2) 4 mm Allen Wrenches
(Only Included with E300S)
8 mm/10 mm/16 mm
Wrenches (Not Included)
Phillips Screwdriver
(Only Included
with E300S)
Valve Extender
(Located in right
handlebar grip)
Bicycle-style tire pump
for Schrader valve tires
with pressure gauge
(Not Included)
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ASSEMBLY AND SET-UP
Note: Make sure the cables/
wires are out of the way before
inserting the stem in the fork.
Attaching the Handlebars
Tools required: 5 mm Allen wrench.
WARNING: Failure to
properly tighten the collar clamp
may allow the handlebars to
dislodge while riding and may
cause you to lose control and
fall. When correctly tightened,
the handlebars will not rotate
out of alignment with the
front wheel under normal
circumstances.
1 Loosen the collar clamp and
slide it upward. With a twisting
motion, push and twist to slide
the steering tube onto the fork.
Note: The cable and wire
assembly from the handlebar
must not wrap around the
steering tube or handlebar.
Sharp bends or twisting of
the brake cable can cause the
brakes to malfunction.
2 With the front wheel pointed
straight ahead and the handlebars square to the front wheel,
tighten the clamp as shown.
Tighten securely.
Inflating the Tires
Tires are inflated when shipped, but they invariably lose some pressure between the point of
manufacturing and your purchase. Always inflate tires to the correct PSI before first time use.
Rear Tire
WARNING:
Failure to remove the valve
extender after inflating will
cause the inner tube and/or
adapter to be severed by the
rear drive sprocket.
Note: If you lose the valve
extender, contact customer
service or one can be purchased
at almost any auto parts store.
1 Use the valve extender
located inside the end of
the right handlebar grip.
Front Tire
3 Remove valve extender
2 Open the round cover
immediately after inflating and
close the round cover.
located on the chain cover
by sliding the cover upward.
Align the opening in the drive
sprocket with the valve stem.
Thread the valve extender
completely onto the valve stem
and attach the pump. Inflate
to the PSI indicated on the tire
sidewall.
WARNING:
Do not over inflate, as this
could damage tire or wheel
Note: The pressurized air
supplies found at gasoline
stations are designed to inflate
high-volume automobile tires.
If you decide to use such an air
supply to inflate your electric
scooter tires, first make sure
the pressure gauge is working,
then use very short bursts to
inflate to the correct PSI. If you
inadvertently over-inflate the
tire, release the excess pressure
immediately.
4 Using a bicycle tire pump equipped for a
Schrader valve, inflate the front tire to the
PSI indicated on the sidewall of the tire.
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ASSEMBLY AND SET-UP
Attaching the Seat (E300S Only)
Tools required: Two (2) 4 mm Allen wrenches and Phillips screwdriver.
1 Attach the seat to the seat
post with two (2) 4 mm Allen
wrenches. See note below.
2 Remove the four screws on
3 Place the seat post on the
the middle of the deck with the
4 mm Allen wrench and the
Phillips screwdriver.
deck and secure using the same
4 screws.
Note: Do not completely tighten at this time. Adjust the seat tilt approximately level to the ground, or
slightly tilted depending on your personal preference. Tighten securely. The seat tilt adjustment should
not move when riding.
USAGE
Starting the Scooter
To start unit, turn on power switch and twist throttle with both hands on the handlebar.
Stopping the Scooter
To stop unit, release the throttle and apply the brake until the unit comes to a complete stop.
Note: As an additional safety
feature, the scooter is designed
to cut power to the motor when
the hand brake is applied.
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CHARGING BATTERY
Charging the Battery
Charge the battery prior to use.
UÊ Initial charge time: 12 hours
UÊ Recharge time: up to 12 hours, even if the light
turns green. Recommended maximum charging
time is 24 hours.
UÊ Always charge the battery immediately after
riding.
UÊ Fully charge battery before storing for extended
periods of time.
UÊ Unplug charger from the wall outlet when not
in use.
UÊ Failure to recharge battery periodically may
result in a battery that will not accept a charge.
UÊ Make sure scooter power switch is turned OFF
when unit is not in use. If the power switch is
left on for an extended period of time, the battery
may reach a stage at which it will no longer hold
a charge.
UÊ To ensure long battery life, never store the product
in freezing or below freezing temperatures!
Freezing will permanently damage the battery.
UÊ Run time: Up to 40 minutes of continuous ride
time. Run time may vary depending on riding
conditions, climate and/or proper maintenance.
UÊ Constant stopping and starting may shorten
ride time.
UÊ Average battery life for a properly maintained unit
is approx. 250 charge/discharge cycles.
Charger
Port
The charger has a small window
with one LED light to indicate
the charge status. Refer to the
illustration on the charger unit
for the actual “charging” and
“charged” status indications for
your model charger.
Chargers have built-in overcharge protection to prevent
battery from being over-charged.
Charger
Charger
Plug
WARNING:
Rechargeable batteries are
only to be charged under adult
supervision. Always disconnect
your scooter from the charger
before cleaning with damp cloth.
Note: If your charger does not
look like the one illustrated,
your unit has been supplied
with an alternative charger.
The specifications and charging
procedure would not change.
Charger may get warm during
use. This is normal for some
chargers and is no cause for
concern. If your charger does
not get warm during use, it
does not mean that it is not
working properly.
LED Light
2 Turn scooter power switch OFF
1 Plug the charger into a wall
before charging. Plug the charger
into the charger port on the
electric scooter.
outlet. If the lights on charger
do not light up, check the power
to the outlet. If necessary, try a
different outlet.
WARNING: Battery
charge can deplete over time.
Periodically recharge battery
when not in use.
PRE-RIDE CHECKLIST
Brake
Hardware
Check the brakes for proper function. When you squeeze the lever,
the brake should provide positive braking action. Make sure that
brakes are not rubbing.
Check all parts such as nuts, bolts, cables, fasteners, etc.
to ensure they are secure and assembled correctly. If the
unit is damaged do not ride. Reference “Safety Warnings”
on page 1 of this manual.
Frame, Fork and Handlebars
Laws and Regulations
Check for cracks or broken connections. Although broken frames
are rare, it is possible for an aggressive rider to run into a curb
or wall and wreck, bend or break a frame. Get into the habit of
inspecting your scooter on a regular basis.
Always check and obey any local laws or regulations.
Insurance
Tires
Do not assume that your existing insurance policies necessarily
provide coverage for scooter use. Check with your insurance
company for information regarding insurance.
Periodically inspect the tires for excess wear and regularly check
the tire pressure. Re-inflate as necessary.
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REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE
Turn power switch “OFF” before beginning repair or maintenance:
Read the instructions
Remove Charger Plug
Turn the power switch off
Secure the unit under repair
Exercise caution around
exposed parts
Contact Razor customer
service if unsure about
any repair or maintenance
Adjusting the Brakes
Tools required: 10 mm wrench
1 To adjust the brake cable
tension, thread the brake lever
adjuster in or out 1/4 to 1/2
turn until the desired brake
adjustment is attained. Most
adjustments are complete at
this step. If brake still needs
further adjustment, proceed to
step 2.
WARNING:
The brake is capable of skidding
the rear tire and throwing an
unsuspecting rider. Practice
in an open area free from
obstacles until you are familiar
with the brake function. Avoid
skidding to a stop as this can
cause you to lose control and/or
damage the rear tire.
2 If the brake is too tight or too
loose, use a 10 mm open wrench
to loosen the nut for additional
adjustment on the brake cable.
Securely tighten the nut when
finished.
Note: Rear wheel hardware
sequence.
17-1 17-2
Chain and Rear Tire Replacement
Tools required: Phillips screwdriver, 10 mm wrench, two (2) 8 mm wrenches, and two (2) 16 mm wrenches.
17-3 17-4
17-5
17-6
17-9
Disassembly
17-7
17-8
17-3
17-2
17-1
Left Side (Brake)
17-1 Locknut
17-2 Spring Washer
17-3 Washer (thick)
1 With a Phillips screwdriver,
loosen the 3 screws and remove
the chain guard.
2 With a 10 mm wrench,
loosen the brake cable anchor
bolt and disconnect the cable.
3 With two (2) 8 mm wrenches,
remove the cable guide bracket
from the frame and brake plate.
Keep the bolt, washers, and
nuts together.
Frame
17-4 Washer (thin)
17-5 Brake Plate
17-6 Spacer
Middle
17-9 Rear Axle Bolt
Right Side (Throttle)
17-7 Spacer
17-8 Washer (plate cut)
Frame
4 With two (2) 16 mm wrenches,
loosen the axle locknuts. Push down
and remove wheel from the frame.
Remove chain from rear sprocket.
17-3 Washer (thick)
17-2 Spring Washer
17-1 Locknut
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REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE
Cable Guide
Bracket
Reassembly
Nut
Frame
Washer
Bolt
Washer
Brake Plate
5 Install the chain onto the rear
wheel sprocket. Slip wheel axle
into the frame slots. See rear wheel
hardware sequence on prior page.
Push the chain tensioner down to
create slack in chain. Hand tighten
rear axle locknuts.
6 Verify chain is properly
installed on each sprocket and
E300
tensioner
is correctly positioned
at the bottom of the chain.
7 Install the cable guide
bracket to the frame and brake
plate using bolt, washers, and
nut. Do not tighten.
Note: Front wheel hardware
8 Thread the brake cable through the brake adjuster barrel,
through the large spring, and into the small hole in the side of
the anchor bolt. Position the cable to the original location (as
indicated by the slight cable kink) and tighten securely.
9 Tighten the cable guide bracket bolt.
sequence.
Tighten the locknuts on the rear axle.
Test the brake to verify proper function
before riding. Readjust as needed
9-5
9-2
9-3
9-4
9-6
9-5
9-1
10 Replace the chain guard.
9-2
9-3
9-4
Right Side (Throttle)
Turn power switch “OFF” before conducting any maintenance procedures.
Front Tire Replacement
9-5 - Spacer
9-4 - Washer
Fork
Tools required: Two (2) 16 mm wrenches.
9-3 - Washer
9-2 - Spring Washer
9-1 - 16 mm Locknut
Middle
9-6 - Front Axle Bolt
Left Side (Brake)
9-5 - Spacer
9-4 - Washer
Fork
1 Using two (2) 16 mm wrenches, loosen the
9-3 - Washer
front axle bolts by turning the wrenches counter
clockwise. Remove wheel and install replacement
wheel. Note the sequence of hardware.
9-2 - Spring Washer
9-1 - 16 mm Locknut
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9-1
REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE
Battery Care and Disposal
Do not store in freezing or below freezing temperatures. To properly maintain your battery and ensure maximum battery
life, carefully read the “Charging the Battery” section on page 5 of this owner’s manual.
CONTAINS SEALED LEAD ACID BATTERIES. BATTERIES MUST BE RECYCLED.
Disposal: Your Razor product uses sealed lead-acid batteries which must be recycled or disposed of in an
environmentally safe manner. Do not dispose of a lead-acid battery in a fire. The battery may explode or leak. Do not
dispose of a lead-acid battery in your regular household trash. The incineration, land filling or mixing of sealed leadacid batteries with household trash is prohibited by law in most areas. Return exhausted batteries to a federal or state
approved lead-acid battery recycler or a local seller of automotive batteries. If you live in Florida or Minnesota, it is
prohibited by law to throw away lead-acid batteries in the municipal waste stream.
Charger
The charger supplied with the electric scooter should be regularly examined for damage to the cord, plug, enclosure
and other parts and in the event of such damage, the product must not be charged until it has been repaired or
replaced.
WARNING: If a battery
leak develops, avoid any contact
with leaking acid and place the
damaged battery in a plastic bag.
Refer to the disposal instructions at
left. If acid comes into contact with
skin or eyes, flush with cool water
for at least 15 minutes and contact
a physician.
WARNING: Battery
posts, terminals and related
accessories contain lead and lead
compounds. Wash your hands
after handling.
Use ONLY the charger supplied with this product or a recommended replacement specified by Razor.
Wheels
Wheels and drive system are subject to normal wear and tear. It is the responsibility of the user to periodically inspect
wheels for excess wear and adjust and replace drive train components as required.
Replacement Parts
For the complete selection of replacement parts visit www.razor.com.
Repair Centers
For a list of authorized Razor repair centers:
s#HECKONLINEATWWWRAZORCOM
s#ALLFORTHECENTERNEARESTYOU
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*Unit(s) should be turned off and fully charged prior to doing any Troubleshooting
NOTE: All troubleshooting steps should be performed by an adult only
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Problem
Possible Cause
Solution
Does Not Work Out Of The Box
Loose connection(s)
Check for loose connections/wires
No Longer Works
Loose connection(s)
Check for loose connections/wires
Check power to wall outlet and/or try a
different outlet
Charger not working
Check lights on charger:
Plugged into wall = Green
Plugged into wall & unit = Red = Charging
Charging Complete = Green
No lights - Replace Charger
Secure unit; turn the power switch on and
with no weight on the unit, lift up back end
and apply the throttle. If motor engages Replace Battery
Short Ride Time/Runs Slow
Tripped reset button
The reset button will trip if the motor is
overloaded. An excessive overload may be
caused, for example, by too heavy a rider,
too steep a hill, etc. Wait a few seconds then
press reset button. Correct riding conditions
to prevent overload
Battery will not hold a charge
If motor does not engage, but makes a
clicking sound - Replace battery if motor
does not engage, no clicking sound - Replace
Control Module
Rider weight
Do not exceed 220 lbs maximum weight limit
Low tire pressure
Tires will lose pressure over time. Verify
correct air pressure
Riding conditions
Use only on flat, dry surfaces. Avoid inclines
and areas with heavy debris
Battery not fully charged
Charge unit for a full 12 hrs
Old/damaged battery
Secure unit; turn the power switch on and
with no weight on the unit, lift up back end
and apply the throttle. If motor engages Replace Battery
Charge battery periodically when not in use
Runs Intermittently
Improper battery maintenance
Do not store unit in freezing or below freezing
temperatures. Freezing will permanently
damage the battery and greatly reduce ride
time. Refer to Page 5 Charging the Battery
Brake is dragging
Check the brake cable has 2-3 mm of slack at
lever. Cables should NOT be wrapped around
the handlebar stem. Adjust brake cable slack
according to page 6 instructions
Loose connection(s)
Check the wires around the throttle and for
other possible loose connections
Replace - throttle
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E300 / E300S SCOOTER PARTS
Keep your scooter running for years with genuine Razor parts. Visit our website or e-mail us for more information on spare part availability.
(Specifications subject to change without notice.)
1 Handlebar Grip (right/left)
8 Front Fork
1-1 Handlebar End Cap
9 Front Wheel Complete
(See page 7 for hardware sequence)
1-2 Valve Extender
2 Single Speed Twist Grip Throttle
2-1 Sleeve
3 Handlebar Stem
4 Brake Lever Assembly
5 Collar Clamp
6 Headset (upper/lower)
7 Limiter and Cover
17 Rear Wheel Complete
(See page 6 for hardware sequence)
18 Chain Tensioner
10 Control Module
19 Chain
11 Battery Tray
20 Chain Guard
12 Reset Button
21 Battery (2x 12V/7Ah)
13 On/ Off Switch
22 Battery Bracket
14 Charger Port
23 Deck Plate with Grip Tape
15 Motor (24V/250W)
24 Seat Post with Seat (E300S only)
16 Kickstand
1-1
1-2
1
2-1
2
3
24
4
1
5
23
22
21
6
20
19
7
18
8
17
9
10 11 12 13 14
15
10
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SB 1918 (CALIFORNIA) DECLARATION
YOUR INSURANCE POLICIES MAY NOT PROVIDE COVERAGE FOR ACCIDENTS
INVOLVING THE USE OF THIS SCOOTER/ELECTRIC RIDE-ON PRODUCT. TO
DETERMINE IF COVERAGE IS PROVIDED, YOU SHOULD CONTACT YOUR
INSURANCE COMPANY OR AGENT.
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WARRANTY
Razor Limited Warranty
Razor 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.
The manufacturer warranties this product to be free of manufacturing defects
for a period of 90 days from date of purchase. This Limited Warranty does
not cover normal wear and tear, tires, tubes or cables, or any damage, failure
or loss caused by improper assembly, maintenance, or storage or use of the
Razor electric scooter.
For your records, save your original sales receipt with this manual and write
the serial number below.
__________________________________________
This Limited Warranty will be void if the product is ever:
sUSEDINAMANNEROTHERTHANFORRECREATIONORTRANSPORTATION
sMODIlEDINANYWAY
sRENTED
The manufacturer is not liable for incidental or consequential loss or damage
due directly or indirectly to the use of this product.
Community Design No. 130919-0001
U.S. Design Patent D497,397 S
U.S. Design Patent D513,629 S
Canadian Design Registration No. 105673
Printed in China for:
Razor USA LLC
PO Box 3610
Cerritos, CA 90703
Copyright © 2003-2012 Razor USA LLC. All rights reserved. RAZOR and the Razor Logo
Design are among the registered trademarks of Razor USA LLC in the United States and/or
select foreign countries.
07/2012
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