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Forward does not work - 19.2 V New Bright Buggy

Reverse works fine and forward stops the wheels suddenly but without transfering to forward direction.

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It is a problem with the circuit board. To my knowledge New Bright does not have anywhere that you can order the board.

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From this guide which contains more information also.

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