About the installation of chic smart Airwheel S6 sitting posture self-balancing scooter

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Veröffentlicht am: 07.03.2016 12:13
Rubrik: Handel & Wirtschaft


(Presseportal openBroadcast) - When consumers receive their long expected scooters, the first thing is to install it before they enjoy the pleasure of S6 saddle-equipped electric scooter. There are several steps to install it and it will be much easier by following these steps. Step one, put the seat cushion flat, fasten the upper support frame with seat cushion in the arrow direction and then tighten it with four nuts. Step two, open the round cover in the front of the scooter body, and let the male plug get through the lower support frame, with the three holes on the support frame to the direction of the power switch.

Step three, fasten the scooter body and lower support frame with four flat gasket nuts and then install the seal ring. Then, install the female plug in the upper support frame that is aligned with the male plug in the lower support frame in arrow direction. Next, ensure the quick release is open; press the lock button down and the upper support frame down to the lower support frame. Finally, when adjusting the height of Airwheel S6 mini electric scooter, the upper support frame can be pulled up or down as the locking button is pressed, and then make it fixed and tightened.

After installation, consumers need to check the scooter to make sure everything is normal, fold up the arm-brace, turn on the main power switch, press the switch on the remote control, and hear the "beep" prompt tone. S6 mini sitting posture self-balancing scooter enters into power state, then step the pedal with one foot slightly, and after hear the "beep" sound, S6 is ready to be ridden and maintain balance. Then riders can ride it. The left leg, close to the front of the seat, is forcing to the right, making it turn to the right and vice versa.

Media Contact:
Company Name: Airwheel Technology Holding (USA) Co., Ltd
Contact Person: Eric
Address: Los Angeles, California, USA
E-mail: business@airwheel.net
Website: http://www.airwheel.net

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