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SwagTron T1 Troubleshooting

Use this SwagTron T1 troubleshooting page to solve your device's problems.

Flashing Led Lights ¶ 

A green light will blink after you turn your SwagTron on.

SwagTron Not Calibrated ¶ 

The hoverboard could not be calibrated correctly. To calibrate the hoverboard, power it off first. Place it on a flat surface and ensure both sides are level as well (you can use a carpenter's level to be precise). Hold down the power button for 10 seconds and you should hear a beep, and led lights should start flashing. Once they do, press the power button again so that the SwagTron is off. Turn it back on, and your SwagTron should be calibrated.

Broken Wheel/Wheels ¶ 

Four blinks of the led means the wheel opposite the side the battery is on is damaged and needs to be replaced. If there are five blinks, then the wheel on the same side of the battery needs to be replaced. Here is a replacement guide on how to replace a damaged wheel.

Damaged Gyroscope ¶ 

Seven or eight flashes of the LED indicate that the gyroscope inside the hoverboard is defective or damaged, and may need to be replaced. Here is a guide on how to replace the gyroscope.

SwagTron Won’t Turn On ¶ 

You press the power button over and over but your SwagTron never turns on.

Battery Not Charged ¶ 

Your SwagTron has a Li-Ion battery inside that has to be recharged. Plug your SwagTron into the charger for 2-3 hours and it should be fully charged and ready to ride. If you don’t have a charger, you can buy one here.

SwagTron Won’t Charge ¶ 

You plug your SwagTron into the charger for hours, but it never charges the battery.

Broken Charger ¶ 

Your charger may be broken or faulty, you will need to buy a new charger here.

Dead Li-Ion Battery ¶ 

Your SwagTron has a Li-Ion battery inside that over time loses its “juice” and is no longer able to power your hoverboard. Here is a guide on how to replace that battery and keep riding.

SwagTron Balance is Off ¶ 

My SwagTron is not responding to my movements the way it should be.

Hoverboard not calibrated ¶ 

The hoverboard could not be calibrated correctly. To calibrate the hoverboard, power it off first. Place it on a level surface and hold down the power button for 10 seconds and you should hear a beep. Led lights should start flashing, and once they do you should go ahead and press the power button so that the SwagTron is off. Once you turn it on, your SwagTron should be calibrated.

SwagTron is Not in Self-balancing Mode ¶ 

The SwagTron has an automatic self-balancing mode when it is turned on. To make sure the self-balancing mode is on, move the hoverboard to a flat area and wait a few minutes. After a few minutes stand on the hoverboard with two feet and make sure that there are no other objects that could possibly unbalance the board. Always try and avoid riding the hoverboard sideways and turning on slopes because doing so can cause the self-balancing sensors to be defective.

Damaged Gyroscope ¶ 

If the board does not balance properly, the gyroscope inside the board could be damaged and would need to be replaced. Here is a guide on how to replace the gyroscope.

SwagTron is Slow ¶ 

No matter how hard you try to speed up… your swagtron…. Goes at the pace of a turtle….

Learning Mode ¶ 

The SwagTron has a “learning mode” to help beginners get used to using it before going at higher speeds. You can switch from the learning mode to performance mode by first turning your SwagTron off. Then press the power button 1 time to turn it on and then press it again 1 second later to switch modes. You should hear a longer beep on the second press.

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