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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents BEFORE DRIVING ........1 1. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE ..... 1 2. INTRODUCTION ........2 3. GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION ..3 4. GETTING TO KNOW YOUR SCOOTER... 14 5. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS ....16 6. PUSHING AND TRANSPORTING THE SCOOTER ........... 17 6.1 To push the scooter: ......
  • Page 3 Contents 9.3 AFTER CHARGING ......31 9.4 ERROR CODE ........ 31...
  • Page 4: Before Driving

    INDICATION FOR USE BEFORE DRIVING The scooter is a motorised electric scooter for use outdoors primarily on flat surfaces such as pavements, roads, parking lots and drive ways. It is intended to increase the mobility of persons who are both physically and mentally capable of correctly assessing driving situations and reacting correspondingly to them at any time.
  • Page 5: Introduction

    INTRODUCTION DEAR CUSTOMER With your Mini LS ForU, you have now purchased a product, which has been manufactured in accordance with the newest technical capabilities and based on the highest operating user comfort. We have placed great value on the simplest possible operation and long service life in both construction and material selection.
  • Page 6: General Safety Information

    GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION WARNING! Before you operate your scooter, please read and understand all information provided with your scooter for your safety. As operating any vehicle, only drive with full alertness to ensure safety. WARNING! Please observe the warnings below to avoid any damage or injury resulting from improper use of your scooter.
  • Page 7 GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION WARNING! Anti-tippers substantially reduce your risk of falling over backwards, which can cause serious injury. WARNING! Have someone help you practice bending and reaching on the scooter and transferring to and from the scooter until you learn how to do it safely.
  • Page 8 GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION Keep ashtrays a safe distance from the seat cushions. Always make sure cigarettes are completely extinguished before disposal. WARNING! Do not modify your scooter in any way by yourself. For any accessories, please contact your approved service provider for installation by an authorized service technician.
  • Page 9 GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION WARNING! Do not place the scooter in “freewheel” mode while the unit is powered up. Always power off the scooter and remove the key from the key switch before engaging or disengaging “freewheel” mode. WARNING! To prevent the scooter from rolling uncontrollably on its own, never place the scooter in “freewheel”...
  • Page 10 GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION electrical system and/or personal injury. Check any actuators for loose, worn, or damaged items and have any damaged wires replaced immediately. WARNING! Check electrical components frequently for signs of corrosion and have them replaced as necessary. WARNING! Always secure the scooter and its batteries when it is being transported.
  • Page 11 GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION WARNING! Always protect the batteries from freezing; for those living in cold climates, make sure you store the scooter properly. Never charge a frozen battery. Charging a frozen battery may result in damage to the battery. WARNING! Do not remove the fuse links from the battery harnesses.
  • Page 12 GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION WARNING! The maximum recommended incline angles (see specifications) are tested in a controlled environment. Your scooter’s ability to climb up inclines is affected by your weight, speed and the angle you approach the incline among other factors. WARNING! Only drive backwards on a flat surface.
  • Page 13 GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION WARNING! Do not use the armrests for any weight bearing purposes. Such use may cause the scooter to tip, which may result in a fall from the scooter and personal injury. WARNING! Do not put all of your weight on one side of the scooter deck.
  • Page 14 GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION WARNING! Do not expose your scooter to open flames. WARNING! Keep your scooter in a dry and clean condition. Never take your scooter into a shower, tub, pool, or sauna. Rain, snow, salt, mist/spray conditions, and icy/slippery surfaces can damage the scooter components or cause the scooter frame to prematurely rust.
  • Page 15 GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION WARNING! It is dangerous to transfer to and from your scooter on your own. It requires good balance and agility. Be aware that there is a point during every transfer when the seat is not below you. WARNING! To make a safe transfer: Always turn off the power before you transfer to or from your scooter.
  • Page 16 GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION WARNING! Be aware that washing of upholstered items may reduce the fabric’s resistance to flammability. WARNING! Radio wave sources, such as radio stations, TV stations, amateur radio (HAM) transmitters, two-way radios, and cellular phones, can affect motorised scooter control. Following the warnings listed below should reduce the chance of unintended brake release or motorised scooter movement, which could result in serious injury.
  • Page 17: Getting To Know Your Scooter

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR SCOOTER Seat with armrests Delta bar handle Dashboard with controls Tiller Basket Battery Box Knod Front lights Wheel Foot area Rear lights Speed control dial Key switch Horn Front /Rear Position light Battery gauge Throttle lever...
  • Page 19: Product Specifications

    PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS Model Name EQ20CC(UK) Maximum weight capacity 279 lbs (127kg) 36.3in (921 mm) Overall height 42.5 in (1080 mm) Overall length 20.5 in (520mm) Overall width Rear-wheel drive, sealed Drive System transaxle, 24-volt DC motor Battery 12 V × 22 Ah ×...
  • Page 20: Pushing And Transporting The Scooter

    PUSHING AND TRANSPORTING THE SCOOTER 1. Please carefully read the safety information in section 3 related to transportation first. 2. Pushing the scooter: In order to push the scooter, you must place the scooter in “freewheel” mode, which disengages the drive motor.
  • Page 21: Transporting The Scooter

    PUSHING AND TRANSPORTING THE SCOOTER After any adjustments, repair or service and before use, make sure all hardware is tightened securely - otherwise injury or damage may result. 6.2 Transporting the scooter You can disassemble the scooter into four parts : the seat, the Chassis, the Drive unit, the battery case, Dismantling the scooter (stages 1 to 5) 1.
  • Page 22 PUSHING AND TRANSPORTING THE SCOOTER The scooter dismantled: 1. Chassis 2. Drive unit 3. Battery case 4. Seat...
  • Page 23: Adjusting The Scooter

    ADJUSTING THE SCOOTER The following describes how to set up and adjust your Scooter in order to have a comfortable and safe drive. Accident hazard due to an improperly locked seat: Ensure that the seat is properly locked after adjustment; if the seat is properly locked, it will not move when you try pushing the seat slightly forwards and backwards.
  • Page 24: Turning The Seat

    ADJUSTING THE SCOOTER position. 3. Tighten the locking knob . Accident hazard due to non-engaged tiller: Ensure that the tiller is properly locked after adjustment by seeing that it doesn’t move when you try pushing it slightly forwards and backwards. 7.3 TURNING THE SEAT The seat can be turned to both sides, and firmlyengaged in 8 positions (at 45°...
  • Page 25: Operating

    OPERATING THE SCOOTER OPERATING Always carry out the safety information described in the “General Safety Information” section: Before starting to drive, adjust the seat and tiller to a comfortable position. WARNING! Every scooter is different. Take the time to learn the feel of your scooter before you begin riding.
  • Page 26: Powering On/off

    OPERATING THE SCOOTER Check before you power on the scooter: Ensure your scooter is in Check the “freewheel” drive mode (not in mode lever is in the “freewheel” mode) pushed down position Seat is locked into the Move the seat forwards desirable position and backwards to ensure it is stationary.
  • Page 27: Driving Forwards And Backwards

    OPERATING THE SCOOTER Anticipated Speed levels: The speed levels are tested under controlled environments and your driving speed may vary depending on the driving conditions and loads. EQ20CC(UK) 1. High/Low Speed 2. Speed Control Dial: to Toggle: to preselect further adjust the speed level the maximum speed Driving Forwards Turtle...
  • Page 28: Overload Protection

    OPERATING THE SCOOTER Use your left index and middle fingers to pull the left side of the lever to move backwards. = driving backwards Do not pull both sides of the throttle control lever simultaneously. 8.4 OVERLOAD PROTECTION The overload protection switches the power off when the motor becomes overloaded while trying to climb over too high an obstacle, such as a curb or trying to climb too steep of an incline.
  • Page 29: Battery And Charging The Battery

    BATTERY AND CHARGING THE BATTERY Corrosive chemicals contained in battery. Explosive conditions exist! Do not use batteries with different amp- hour (Ah) capacities. Keep tools and other metal objects away from battery terminals. Contact with tools can cause electrical shock. Flammable material contained in battery.
  • Page 30: Battery Status Display

    Otherwise, it can lead to battery damage. 9.2 CHARGING THE BATTERIES It is imperative that you observe the sequence for connecting and disconnecting the battery charger. 1. Charging the batteries in the ForU 1. Position the scooter near an electric outlet.
  • Page 31 BATTERY AND CHARGING THE BATTERY 2. Switch the scooter off and remove the key. 3. Ensure the lever for “freewheel” mode is pushed down to the “drive” position. 4. Connect the battery charger plug into the scooter charging socket located in the center of the tiller. 5.
  • Page 32 BATTERY AND CHARGING THE BATTERY Step 2. Switch the scooter off and remove the key. Step 3. Ensure the lever for “freewheel” mode is pushed down to the “drive” position. Step 4. Connect the battery charger plug into the scooter charging socket located in the center of the tiller.
  • Page 33 2.Charging the batteries in the battery case Step 1. Remove the battery case upwards out of the ForU chassis. Step 2. The jack socket for connecting the battery charger is located on the rear of the battery case. Step 3. Connect the battery charger mains plug to a...
  • Page 34: Error Code

    BATTERY AND CHARGING THE BATTERY mains socket. LED information at battery charger during Charging: LED-> Color-> Meaning 1 --- Red --- battery charger switched on 2 --- Orange --- charging in progress 3 --- Green --- charging is complete 9.3 AFTER CHARGING (1.) Remove the battery charger jack plug from the scooter jack socket.
  • Page 35 BATTERY AND CHARGING THE BATTERY Flash Possible solution code Check the battery charger The controller is connector. being inhibited Remove the battery from driving. charger from the scooter. Make sure that the speed A speed control control lever is in the rest lever fault is position before switching indicated.
  • Page 36 By KWANG YANG Motor Co., Ltd. First Edition, MAY. 2014 All rights reserved. Any reproduction or unauthorized use without the written permission of KWANG YANG Motor Co., Ltd. is strictly prohibited. T300-EQ20CC-A1 ‧NO.35 Wan Hsing Street,San Min District Kaohsiung City, Taiwan, Republic Of China ‧NO.61,Chung-Shan Sth Rd ,Lu-Chu District ,Kaohsiung City, Taiwan, Republic Of China Date printed:May.2014...
  • Page 37 KYMCO Healthcare UK Limited 30 North Road, Bridgend Industrial Estate Bridgend CF31 3TP Tel:+44(0)1656 670095 FAX:+44(0)1656 858353 Email:sales@kymcohealthcare.co.uk W:www.kymcohealthcare.com KWANG YANG MOTOR CO., LTD No.35 Wan Hsing Street,San Min Distrist Kaohsiung Taiwan, Republic of China Telephone:886-7-3822526 FAX : 886-7-3950021 T300-EQ20CC-A1...

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