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Hello,download:SHOPRIDER SERVICE MANUAL 2007 1-800-743-0772 as a PDF File.It is 36 pages of info for you & please if you are doing things yourself.Take a photo step by step with your mobile,then you can see what goes where.Have a nice day & i hope i helped you,Colin.

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SOURCE: Pride Gogo scooter breaks don't work when I come to a stop

hi, so would it be right to say you can still push it when you stop ?
The brake simply stops the scooter from moving , it does not slow you down, the motor does that.

Does the brake click when it comes to rest ?, if the scooter has not been used for sometime or kept out in the cold it can start to seize, so spray some WD40 or contact cleaner would be best in the slot around the brake area now remember you just lubricated the brake so don't go near hills or road until you used it and you're sure the brake is working again.


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