I HAVE A EW 36 BOUGHT IT MAY 2012 BRAND NEW BUT I NEVER DID GET IT GOING. I CALLED THE SERVICE DEPT. TOLD THEM THE PROBLEM WITH THE SCOOTER, I TURN ON THE SWITCH THAT IS UNDER THE SEAT EVERYTHING WEN
I NEVER DID RIDE IT IT WOULD NOT MOVE THROTTLE MAKES A CLICKING SOUND LIKE IT WANTS TO GO BUT SEEMS LIKE SOMETHING IS HOLDING BACK AND I AM STILL TRYING TO FIND A PERSON WHO WILL FIX IT OR LOOK AT CAUSE IT IS STILL UNDER WARRANTY AND I AM IN HAWAII. MY NAME IS LANSE PH# 808-634-3916
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Put the scooter up on blocks tall enough to raise the wheel completely off the ground. In the center of the wheel there is a removable cover much like a hub cap on a car. Remove this cover to expose the axle nut and remove the nut with a properly sized socket wrench. Reversing the procedure for installing the new wheel.
What IS THE MAKE/MODEL? When it stops working are all the lights out. Dose it have a flashing indicator on the control head? Does it have a freewheel lever.It must not be set in freewheel position. I WD40ed mine they get stuck sometimes. There is a switch associated with the freewheel lever. This switch is unusually the off state what in freewheel.E-mail me if this doesn't work. Oh, make sure you got the key in and its turned on
driving range of 20 to 38 miles per charge depending on unit. Check out our E Wheels electric power bikes, and mopeds that goes 20 plus mph. Want a fast outdoor mobility scooter, check out the EW - 36 that goes 15 mph. This deluxe outdoor power scooter has a driving range of about 25 miles per charge, depending on the terrain and the weight of the user.