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How To Change A Hoverboard Battery - General Knowledge

Note: This is for general knowledge. If your have purchased your hoverboard from Kingpowerboards.ca please contact Customer Service before attempting any service on your Hoverboard as this will invalidate your Warranty.  How To Change A Hoverboard Battery - General Knowledge Step 1: Open the bottom cover. Unscrew 9 screws on the battery side. Take a photo to ensure you will place the cables back in the correct way. It is better to put the cables in the original way. There are some different ways. So it is better to take a picture before starting to change to ensure you remember how to put them back correctly. Step 2: Unscrew 4 screws and take off the battery cover. It is better to take a...

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More Hoverboard Safety Tip - Kingpowerboards.ca

MORE TIPS FOR SAFETY WHEN HOVERBOARDING & MORE PROTECTIVE GEAR IDEAS FOR RIDEABLES HOVERBOARDING SAFELY Here are more tips for Hoverboard safety gear to use when riding on a hoverboard. First and foremost, don’t worry about other people, worry about your own safety, your head (helmet) your knees (knee pads) your wrists (learn the right way to fall or you will break wrists…until then – wrist guards. And finally elbows(elbow pads). The right gear and learning to fall correctly will help with most skatepark and rideable related sports. On a hoverboard, I would begin with nothing short of a Helmet and wrist guards. If you are already used to knee sliding out of things, maybe knee pads would also do...

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Kingpowerboards.ca Hoverboard Do’s and Dont’s

Kingpowerboards.ca DOS AND DON’TS: A Hoverboard is not a toy. People under the age of 14 should be supervised by an adult when using a hoverboard. It may be illegal to ride a Hoverboard in some cities or areas within cities. Please check with your city laws to ensure compliance. Hoverboards are legal to use on private property, and only with the property owner’s permission. When riding a Hoverboard, you risk serious injury from loss of control, collisions and falls. To reduce the risk of injury, the Hoverboard rider must always wear a helmet and other body protection such as knee and elbow pads. You must read and follow the instructions in the Hoverboard manual. Avoid obstacles and slippery surfaces, such...

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The Ultimate Guide To Find The Best Hoverboard

Not everyone is aware of the features and specs you should look for when searching for the best hover board. You may have a quick look online and randomly pick one you like because of the colours, prints, or some other aesthetic reason. It can be easy for us to get caught up in how something looks and we can forget that there is an interior that should also be taken into account- ultimately even more than the outer shell. When it comes to hoverboards or self balancing scooters this is the same case. Hoverboards sell out in shops all over the world, especially around the Christmas period. These electrical vehicles have become very popular in recent years in what...

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Hoverboard Charging Socket Issues

The Hoverboard charging socket is the round metal socket on the side or underneath the board. There are three pins inside the socket which line up with the plug on your Hoverboards charging unit. IMPORTANT Most problems we have with Hoverboard charging sockets are due to the plug being forced in without lining up the pins properly. There is a groove in the side of the plastic charging Hoverboard plug which needs to be lined up with the bar inside the metal charging socket. Failure to this properly and forcing or twisting while trying to plug it in can often damage, bend or break the pins inside. Another common issue is if the whole Hoverboard socket is twisted repeatedly it can come loose and...

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