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Introducción

This guide will outline how to replace the battery of your SwagTron T1 Hoverboard. This may be necessary if the battery is defective or worn out. Before attempting this replacement, recalibrate your hoverboard. If the issue persists, continue with this replacement.

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  1. Ensure that the SwagTron is off.
    • Ensure that the SwagTron is off.

    • Turn the SwagTron upside down to see the underside.

  2. Unscrew the eighteen 10mm screws that secure the back panels using a Phillips #2 screwdriver. The screws are tightly in place. It will take effort to screw them out. The panel is still attached to the SwagTron by wires that go to the motherboard.
    • Unscrew the eighteen 10mm screws that secure the back panels using a Phillips #2 screwdriver.

    • The screws are tightly in place. It will take effort to screw them out.

    • The panel is still attached to the SwagTron by wires that go to the motherboard.

    • Carefully lift the panels off

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  4. Follow the wires from the panels to the motherboard. You may need to cut any zip ties that are holding the wires together. There is one connection on the battery side and three on the other side that must be removed.
    • Follow the wires from the panels to the motherboard.

    • You may need to cut any zip ties that are holding the wires together.

    • There is one connection on the battery side and three on the other side that must be removed.

    • These connections may be difficult to remove. Try to securely press the connection and pull firmly.

    • Your back panels are now completely removed.

  5. Your SwagTron should look like this once the back panels are removed.
    • Your SwagTron should look like this once the back panels are removed.

    • The battery is located on the left side as shown.

  6. Unscrew the four 10mm screws that secure the battery using a Philips #2 screwdriver. The screws may be tightly in place. If so, use some effort to unscrew them.
    • Unscrew the four 10mm screws that secure the battery using a Philips #2 screwdriver.

    • The screws may be tightly in place. If so, use some effort to unscrew them.

    • The battery is still connected to two wires that go to the motherboard.

  7. Disconnect the two wires that come from the battery from the wires coming from the hoverboard. There are only two connections that need to be separated. The battery should be completely removed from the hoverboard.
    • Disconnect the two wires that come from the battery from the wires coming from the hoverboard.

    • There are only two connections that need to be separated.

    • The battery should be completely removed from the hoverboard.

Conclusión

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Is there a blue and black wire that gets connected also?

Where dI you get the battery.

Thanks.

Paul Bromberg - Contestar

I’m also wanting to know where you found the replacement battery. I’ve found several replacement battery packs for hover boards but none that match the T1. The T1 has a circuit board attached to the battery pack, fused…. where can I find this?

Daniel O'Brien - Contestar

Yep, can’t find a T1 battery anywhere. Even Swagtron won’t tell me how to get one, short of sending it in for service.

renystro - Contestar

Swagtron tech support offers to replace any battery if under warranty, which requires that you pay to ship the entire unit back to them for service. This seems insanely costly, but probably avoids voiding the warranty.

If you are out-of-warranty, they said they would sell me a battery, but did not offer any pricing info.

If you want to do-it-yourself, out-of-warranty: My guess it that the metal shielded “battery” actually contains commercially available LiIon cells which can be privately sourced, but may require some wire splicing, may be a shock hazard and such, so is more complex than just plug-in a replacement.

Chris Gray - Contestar

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