Where can I get my golf trolley repaired?
We are the leading golf trolley repair hub in North Down. We service and repair all major brands including Powakaddy, GoCart, GolfStream and Hillbilly. More importantly, we are able to repair and service all of these brands in store – and usually while you wait.
Why is my electric golf trolley so slow?
Some of the most common problems for a slow electric golf trolley are: The battery does not have enough charge. Some of the Battery cells are at fault. Common problems for electric golf trolley keeps cutting off are: Other faults with power cutting off see golf trolley power problems A very common problem with an electric golf trolley controller;
How do you fix a trolley that won’t pull forward?
Prop the trolley up safely and put the power to slow and carefully see if you can hold GENTLY back any wheel. This will test if the power is getting to drive the trolley forward through each individual wheel clutch. THERE CAN BE MANY REASONS FOR THE GOLF TROLLEY NOT PULLING OR DRIVING CORRECTLY.
What to do if your golf trolley has no power?
If you suspect there is power getting through to the golf trolley then the next thing to check is all the connectors. Start under the battery tray there is a rectangular housing that holds the controller box. Unplug these connections checking them and spaying them if necessary with WD40 or similar.
How does a trolley wheel work?
This works by a small groove on the end of the axle and as the wheel is pushed fully on the spring clip closes around the axle inside the groove on the end of the axle, holding the wheel in place at the end of the axle and in place for the 4mm high tensile steel spring pin from the axle as described above so it can transfer rotation to the clutch on the wheel.
Why is my electric golf trolley pulling to one side?
It most likely needs a new RIGHT or LEFT wheel clutch. If your trolley is pulling to one side or the other then its most likely the clutch is worn or faulty. The golf trolley wheel clutch is a mechanism attached to the inner wheel by two cross screws and prongs which take the force of the drive-through to the wheel itself.
How does a drive pin work?
This pin works by engaging the clutch to drive the wheel in motion. If the pin is missing then a new pin is needed. These drive pins are high tensile steel and are made as a spring pin so as to fit very tightly in place through a hole near the end of the axle. The hole can vary in distance and makes no difference to the clutch needed as the clutch will slide up to the point where is meets the axle spring drive pin.
Why is my trolley pulling to the side?
It most likely needs a new RIGHT or LEFT wheel clutch. If your trolley is pulling to one side or the other then its most likely the clutch is worn or faulty.
How to test if a trolley is going forward?
Prop the trolley up safely and put the power to slow and carefully see if you can hold GENTLY back any wheel. This will test if the power is getting to drive the trolley forward through each individual wheel clutch.
What to do if your trolley wheels are not turning?
If any of the wheels are not turning then check; Make sure the wheel is on the correct side. Make sure the clutch is working ( see clutch test above ) Make sure the wheel is seated fully on and in place. In some of the wheels, there are wheel spring clips holding each trolley wheel to the axle.
What is a golf trolley hub?
Your golf trolley may only be needing the centre hub called a golf trolley clutch. A quick test is to see if any of the wheel clutches are turning both ways. If the inner part, the drive lock of the clutch turns both ways then this would be why there is no drive transferred to the wheel.
Why is my trolley pulling to one side?
A weak wheel clutch on one side will cause the afflicted wheel to rotate slower than the one with the stronger clutch.
Why does my trolley stop and start?
Stopping, starting and changing speed by itself can all be indications to a fault in your trolley’s speed controller box which is causing it to output various amounts of power intermittently . While this could also be a sign of a bad battery lead, this is very unlikely to cause changes in speed and would instead just start and stop, but it may be good to check the connections and make sure they’re clean and not damaged. Both parts should disconnect and connect relatively easily without too much fiddling around.
Why is my battery life so short?
Less power and shorter battery life can be signs of an aged battery. Over time the battery’s capacity will drop which will cause it to lose power faster and travel slower. A new battery will sort this out and you’ll find it working as good as new once it has been replaced. If a new battery doesn’t correct this then it may be a fault in the motor which could be outputting low power and excessively be draining the battery.
How to contact Pro Rider Leisure?
You can reach them on 01604 813350 or at [email protected] Advice Repairs Servicing.
Why do you need a golf trolley?
It does all the heavy lifting for you so you can keep your strength and energy for making those long range drives and accurate chips over hazards and onto the green.
Why are my buttons on my control panel so worn?
The buttons on your control panel will wear over time due to normal usage. If you find that you have to press the buttons with more force but they do still respond, it may just be the overlay that needs replacing. If it isn’t responding at all, it will be the internal top board causing the issue. You can disconnect the current one by opening the handle to get inside. Once you have put the new one in, reassemble the handle and you will be good to go.