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I've got a Sterling Sapphire 2 mobility scooter. When I bought it, the adjustable tiller wouldn't lock in position and was replaced. Now, after a year, the replacement has suffered the same fate and no longer locks. It just returns to the default position. Is this a problem with the tiller or locking mechanism? Is it fixable without calling someone out?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Many scooters use a special charger that will not overcharge the batteries. Your best bet is to run a long extension cord to wherever you are safely storing you scooter and use the on-board charger. Be sure to charge your batteries often, since they last a lot longer if you do not run them down too far.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
i haven't been able to locate a manual online however here is the company website http://www.sterlingscooters.co.uk/index.asp email them or call them they may be able to assist you. keep in mind many companies won't offer support for products bought on ebay.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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Posted on Oct 02, 2009
Testimonial: "I had given up hope after mailing several company's asking for the number for the scooter, which was met with no answer, then this morning I cam to mai"
i had the same problem, just take some tweezers and pull the key until it comes out take it to ace hardware and they will cut you a new one.
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
Hi. Sounds like the circuit breaker ( over load switch ) is tripping out. If you let it sit for a few minutes, does it start to work again? Does it stop when you are driving onthe flat ground, or when you drive up a slope.
I have had cases where this happens to scooters going up a slope, usually because the circuit breaker is rated to low. Sometimes a faulty or burn't out motor will cause this fault.
Also check that the brake solenoid ( free-wheel )is releasing properly. Can you push the scooter when the brake is released?
Good luck. Neil.
Posted on May 31, 2010
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