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Revision to Boosted Board 1st Generation Troubleshooting

Kyle Trambley

''While riding the board or just spinning the wheels, there is a constant clicking sound''
 
=== Bad Pulley Bearings Worn Down ===
=== Bad Pulley Bearings Worn Down ===
 
It is likely that the dirty bearings are causing the noise and need to be cleaned. If cleaning doesn’t work, replace the pulley bearings with this guide (provide link)
 
=== Bad Skateboard Bearings Worn Down ===
=== Bad Skateboard Bearings Worn Down ===
 
It is likely that the dirty bearings are causing the noise and need to be cleaned (possible link). If cleaning doesn’t work, replace the skateboard bearings with (this guide)
== Grinding Sound While Braking or Accelerating ==
 
''When trying to breakbrake or accelerate there is a ''loud'' grinding sound''
''When trying to breakbrake or accelerate there is a ''loud'' grinding sound''
 
=== Belts Are Not Tightened ===
It is possible that there is not enough tension on the pulley belts, try tightening (possible link).
 
== Board WontWon’t Power On ==
== Board WontWon’t Power On ==
 
''When pressing the power button on the board, the board won't power on''
=== Battery Not Sufficiently Charged ===
 
It is possible the battery is low, plug in the board to the power adapter. After an hour, check the battery level. If this doesn’t work a replacement battery is needed. Contact the manufacturer and send the board in for a replacement.
It is possible the battery is low, plug in the board to the power adapter. After an hour, check the battery level. If this doesn’t work a replacement battery is needed. Contact the manufacturer and send the board in for a replacement.
 
== Board Wont Accelerate or Break ===== Battery Charger Malfunction ===
== Board Wont Accelerate or Break ===== Battery Charger Malfunction ===
 
''WhenMake sure the green power indicator light is on. If the indicator light does not light up, check the charger for the board to see if there are any loose connections. If there are no visible loose connections, a replacement battery charger will be needed.

== Board Won’t Accelerate or Brake ==

''When
trying to accelerate or breakbrake nothing happens''
''WhenMake sure the green power indicator light is on. If the indicator light does not light up, check the charger for the board to see if there are any loose connections. If there are no visible loose connections, a replacement battery charger will be needed.

== Board Won’t Accelerate or Brake ==

''When
trying to accelerate or breakbrake nothing happens''
 
=== Belts are Broken ===
 
===It is possible that the belts have snapped, check to see if the belts are in working condition. If not, replace them with (This Guide)

===
Motors are BrokenWorn Down ===

It is possible that the motors are worn out and need replacement, contact the manufacturer for replacement information.
===It is possible that the belts have snapped, check to see if the belts are in working condition. If not, replace them with (This Guide)

===
Motors are BrokenWorn Down ===

It is possible that the motors are worn out and need replacement, contact the manufacturer for replacement information.
 
== Wheels Won't Spin Freely ==
''Wheels won't spin freely or, while riding, the wheels seem stiff and you don't move far''
 
=== Wheel Nut Tightened too MuchTight ===

Loosen the nut slightly until the wheel spins freely, be sure to not loosen it too much or risk the wheel falling off.
=== Wheel Nut Tightened too MuchTight ===

Loosen the nut slightly until the wheel spins freely, be sure to not loosen it too much or risk the wheel falling off.
 
=== Skateboard Bearings are Dirty ===
 
It is likely that the dirty bearings are causing too much friction and need to be cleaned (possible link).
 
== Remote Not Charging or Low Battery Life ==
 
=== Battery Is Dead ===
 
Your battery remote may be low or dead. If charging the remote does not solve this problem and you suspect you have a faulty battery, you’ll need to replace it with this guide. (provide link)

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