Calibarate Hoverboard FAQ - How to Calibrate a Beeping Hoverboard
There are some reasons that cause the hoverboard beeping. A beeping Hoverboard could be alerting you that something is not quite right. Follow this guide to calibarate hoverboard.
The hoverboard is shaking when you mount it or go uphill. This happens more often if it’s kids who are using the hoverboard, due to their low weight the gyros have a hard time keeping you in balance if they are not correctly configured.
Most Hoverboards feature indicator lights and alert systems designed to signal you that you may not be on a safe surface or that your battery is low. These built-in safety features are meant to prevent situations where the hoverboard may not be able to function properly, which could increase the risk of damage or injury.
Beeping will occur automatically when your Hoverboard detects that the surface the hoverboard is on or the hoverboard platform itself is tilted backward or forward by more than 15 degrees, or if the hoverboard is sitting on an incline that exceeds 30 degrees. Try moving your Hoverboard to a flat, smooth surface.
The hoverboard may also be beeping to alert you that your hoverboard battery is low and may even continue beeping during the charging process.
If switching surfaces or charging your Hoverboard does not resolve the beeping, follow the below steps to reset and recalibrate your hoverboard system.
How to Recalibrate Hoverboard and Get it to Stop Beeping
Step 1: To calibrate, start with the hoverboard powered off.
Step 2: Adjust the foot pedals until they are level with each other and the ground.
Step 3: Press and hold the power button for 10 seconds. Another beep will sound and the LED lights will flash.
Step 4: Press the power button to turn off.
Step 5: Press the power button to turn on. The hoverboard will be calibrated and ready for galactic adventures.
NOTE: You may have to repeat the above process multiple times in order to fully reset and calibrate your hoverboard. For example, you may have to go through the process 3 times in a row before the calibration fully takes effect.
Check the image below for reference.