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    Hi, I'm new to all this. Just installed kit in bike. The shape of the triangle bag and battery makes the weight of the battery slide down the tube making battery installation impossible.I was told to add 1/2" insulation to all sides of battery Bag. I got it zipped up one time. The battery went dead in 100' After recharging to 100% I can't get it installed and zipped. I even tried taking all the insulation out with no success. The Velcro straps don't keep the battery from sliding to the rear.
    Would making a vertical padded metal support to the down tube to hold the sliding weight of the battery work? Or too much pressure on one end of battery?

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    Originally posted by jackbike View Post
    Hi, I'm new to all this. Just installed kit in bike. The shape of the triangle bag and battery makes the weight of the battery slide down the tube making battery installation impossible.I was told to add 1/2" insulation to all sides of battery Bag. I got it zipped up one time. The battery went dead in 100' After recharging to 100% I can't get it installed and zipped. I even tried taking all the insulation out with no success. The Velcro straps don't keep the battery from sliding to the rear.
    Would making a vertical padded metal support to the down tube to hold the sliding weight of the battery work? Or too much pressure on one end of battery?
    Let it slide back to the seat post. I use a modified water bottle holder wire tied to the seat post to locate the battery laterally. These are the best pictures that I have of the setup.
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      #3
      Zip ties baby! Zip ties and rock and roll.

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        #4
        Thanks everyone

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          #5
          I'm back. Made a rack for battery to fit the bike with bag. Had charged battery 100%.
          Plugged all in and everything is dead. I'm new and lost.
          Plugged in charger, reads 58.6v
          How do I find what's dead?
          The control won't turn on.

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            #6
            We need more information!!! You are looking for answers but will get none until we know what equipment you are using.

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              #7
              Thanks , BBSHD kit, Brake levers, BBSXX disp c961, BBSXX GRSNSR gear sensor,
              Luna charger52v advanced300w, Program 750 w, Triangle 52v Panasonic 17 amp hr.

              The first ride, I rode for about 100ft and it went dead. I charged the battery and it's been dead since.
              The battery charged well. Just assembled the kit.
              It acts like a main connector went off.
              been too busy to get back to it. can't just probe like 12v
              52 volts is serious.

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                #8
                Don't have a lot of pics.
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                Last edited by jackbike; 5 days ago.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by jackbike View Post
                  Thanks , BBSHD kit, Brake levers, BBSXX disp c961, BBSXX GRSNSR gear sensor,
                  Luna charger52v advanced300w, Program 750 w, Triangle 52v Panasonic 17 amp hr.

                  The first ride, I rode for about 100ft and it went dead. I charged the battery and it's been dead since.
                  The battery charged well. Just assembled the kit.
                  It acts like a main connector went off.
                  been too busy to get back to it. can't just probe like 12v
                  52 volts is serious.
                  Let us try a longshot first. A long press is needed to power up the system a very looooong press. Make sure you are holding the button long enough.

                  Here is the manual for the display. http://electricfatbike.files.wordpre...al-of-c961.pdf

                  Here is a trouble shooting guide. http://electricbike.com/forum/forum/...bbshd-or-bbs02

                  The first thing I would do is to unplug all of the connectors one at a time and inspect the pins and the alignment arrows. I would also use a volt meter to confirm that you have power all the way to the motor. After that follow the trouble shooting guide.

                  52 volts isn't that bad but I would not want to put my tongue on it!!!!……………...calfee

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                    #10
                    Thanks calfee. There's a lot of info I didn't have an idea where to even start. The long push start for one. I'll start checking.
                    Although starting at the end , I found the main battery connector is the culprit. Found one connector full of dried green paint. tried to clean it but no connection yet
                    Last edited by jackbike; 4 days ago.

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