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Asked by lindawalters on 12th May 2020 Report this content
Hi I tried folding my quingo flyteand forgot to push the seat right back how do I put right please? 

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Asked by chippycars on 1st December 2017 Report this content
Hi All quingo Toura started going slower and slower then stopped battries are charged brake releases on forward and reverse but motor does not operate it is not in freewheel and there are no faults on display or spanners.Any suggestions? thanks

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Asked by Bob_the_Train on 16th September 2017 Report this content
What does the spanner light indicate?

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Report this content terriesmall Written on: 10/03/2018
that there is a fault the number next to the spanner indicates what the fault is
Asked by Tidgypudd on 20th November 2015 Report this content
I recently lost my dad and he had a Quingo Vitess. He used it up until early 2015. It has been stored under cover in a dry place. We have charged the battery no problem, but have a Spanner and no: 5 showing. Looked this up in the handbook and followed the 'reset fault' instructions, but it still will not go. It is in 'drive' position. Anybody got any ideas as to what we can do? I would appreciate any ideas. Thank you.

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Report this content Bovett19 Written on: 23/11/2015
I too have had problems with battery charging almost from the start on my year old Quingo Vitesse. Basically these are temperamental beasts which don't like not being used. The problem could be with the battery charger - I'm sure Quingo supply poor quality ones - I've had mine changed twice. My scooter has been a nightmare, Quingo make 'gestures' about putting things right, but they never seem to work. Try contacting them to see if they will fix the problem, but be prepared for a hefty bill if the scooter is out of warranty - they'll probably tell you you need new batteries. Find out much they'll charge for a callout before they come, too. Unfortunately you can only go to them - they won't supply parts to any other engineers.
Asked by frankmccarthy on 6th November 2014 Report this content
How much will it cost to upgrade my Quingo Air?

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Report this content Sandowner Written on: 07/11/2014
Difficult one to answer as you do not say what you want to upgrade to. The first problem will be the horendous depreciation on your own scooter. A look on E Bay or elsewhere will show that. My advice would be to look for a good used scooter, rather than a new one as you nearly always suffer a large depreciation if you pay rrp especially if you buy a new Quingo. I could go on for some time about why there is a vast discrepancy between traders buying price and the published rrp (basically I believe it is mainly to justify the DLA scheme prices and if you can always buy outside that scheme via a good local dealer). If you want to stick with the Quingo brand have a chat to BeSureMobility. If you have realised that Quingos are vastly over-hyped and over-priced imho the visit a couple of reputable local dealers, tell them what you want and what the internet price is , but I do not advise buying at low internet prices. Most scooter buyers need the advice, back up and repairs and servicing provided by a reputable local dealer, but that does come at higher price. As always you get what you pay for and peace of mind is a valuable commodity for people with health issues. Thats me off my soapbox but I have retired from the trade after 20 years and I feel it is time the truth was explained to folk. Best regards and I hope you reach a good decision.
Report this content Bovett19 Written on: 23/11/2015
Frankly I wouldn't bother to get another Quingo. They are grossly overpriced, the servicing is abysmal and if you have a problem scooter (as I have) having taken your money they don't want to know. I've had service engineers come along (wasting my time) who won't even acknowledge that I have a problem, others, to be fair, have tried to help, but the problem persists. I would cut your losses and go to a reputable local mobility shop for your new scooter - some of them also sell reliable used models.
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