Troubleshooting Your Electric Kit

The eZee kit controller has a red power indicator on the side, which also functions as a troubleshooting key if something goes wrong with the system. If your eZee kit won't run, but the controller is blinking, count the number of blinks and find the corresponding solution below.
Number of BlinksProblemSolutions
2brake lever cutoff in contactcheck ebrake lever and wiring for loose pins or damage; unplug or replace ebrake
3brake lever cutoff in contactcheck ebrake lever and wiring for loose pins or damage; unplug or replace ebrake
4throttle not returned to correct positioncheck throttle spring for correct movement and return action; replace throttle
5throttle is faultycheck throttle connector and wiring for loose pins or damage; replace throttle
6low voltagecharge battery
7excessively high voltagecheck battery voltage; use an appropriate battery for the system
8motor fault; if code blinks as "3/pause/5", then the connections between the controller and motor are loose or damagedreplace motor core; if code blinks as "3/pause/5", then check hall sensor connector, phase wire connectors, and motor cable wiring for loose pins or damage
9wrong motor connectedcheck motor cable connectors for correct wire color mapping
10temperature too high, controller temporarily shut downturn battery off and allow system to cool; if problem persists, mount controller directly to bike frame to sink the heat and allow air-cooling
11thermostat faultyreplace controller
12amps control faulty; controller faultyreplace controller

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