Shocker doesn't turn on
· Replace the battery.
· Check the wire harness for damage; replace if unsure.
· Check the pins inside the connectors for the wire harness on both boards (see Bent pins at the bottom of the page).
· Examine the power switch on the circuit board for damage. It should look EXACTLY like the dwell switches on the stock boards. A common problem is for the raised button to break off; if this is the case then the switch will need to be replaced. Another common problem is for the metal cover to come off, exposing the black plastic rectangle inside it (when that happens, parts of the switch can often be found inside the grip frame, including the metal cover, plastic button, and small metal plate).· This is easily repaired. Please check the Powerswitch Repair page in the Related Links section.
· Check the horizontal circuit board for damage caused by the top grip screws (see Board Damage at the bottom of the page). If there is enough of a scratch, the board will have to be replaced.
· Check the wire harness connector on the upper board for any paint splatter. This may cause a jump in the circuit and exhibit a problem.