72v 70a battery wont charge

bikeguy91

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I live in Philadelphia, I can't find anywhere to get my battery repaired, and don't have the means to fix it myself.

Any help? please & thank you
 
I am directing all currently available positive waves in your direction.

While waiting for that to solve your problem:

Perhaps you might describe what you have, how you got there, what has been done, and what exactly is not working. Pictures might be useful.

That is not a standard commercially available battery, you got it made somewhere, that might be useful information to share as well.

I will also personally dance the Hokey-Pokey for 3.7 minutes as a show of support for your issue.
 
I am directing all currently available positive waves in your direction.

While waiting for that to solve your problem:

Perhaps you might describe what you have, how you got there, what has been done, and what exactly is not working. Pictures might be useful.

That is not a standard commercially available battery, you got it made somewhere, that might be useful information to share as well.

I will also personally dance the Hokey-Pokey for 3.7 minutes as a show of support for your issue.
I bought a electric scooter the battery came with it I don't have any information about the battery except that it's a 72v 70a battery 12.6k watts it worked for a short while but just cut out one night and It won't charge or discharge I don't have the means to get inside of it I've seen some y.t. vids and I'm it could be the bms and any one of the cells went lower than it should have I just need to find someone capable to open it, check it. And if possible charge it.
 
That is an expensive battery, check aggressively for warranty coverage.

Get a digital volt meter with two digits or more past the decimal point, learn how to use it.

Carefully probe the output ports, and much more carefully probe the charging port.

The results of this simple test will provide much useful information.

Finding someone who can service such a battery should be do-able in a major city.

That battery can EASILY kill you if you screw up. Do not open, be careful on the probe.
 
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