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No power,battery is fine, so thinking it must be blown fuse. I cannot find anything that resembles glass/blade fuse at all in obvious places. Where might fuses be located on this scooter?

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  • jimcatherina Apr 14, 2015

    What is this scooter??? The fuses are usually beside the battery. There may be only one main fuze.

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    Kwan Woo Apr 14, 2015

    Hi, I did input scooter model, I guess it didn't register.

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    Kwan Woo Apr 14, 2015

    The model is a 2009 Benzhou Saga 250cc(yy250t). At this time not sure what engine is installed(horizontal or vertical) but since no fuses/box near battery I'll have to assume horizontal(Linhai) until I get to my scooter.e

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