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No charge when we plug the offboard charger into the port, nine flashes occur repeatedly. then, a stepping from low to high on the power bar occurs. when turned off to allow for charging, batteries do not charge. when plugged into charging port, horn will sound, and lights as stated above. manual says 9 flashes means park brakes have a bad connection. The manual only shows the 'freewheel' levers, no brakes at all. possible solution is listed as "check the left and right motor connections and wiring'. we did, they all appear to be good. rippling LED's...."the charge inhibit has been aciviated. solution says 'make sure the batter charger is not connected to the power base.

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The brake and the motor are all one piece. To replace the brake means to replace the motor.

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