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Plastic sleeve pipe falls out of wheel and then wheels won't turn.

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We just bought one of these for our son as well. Put it together, charged it and it simply wouldn't work. After having my father in law who is basically an Electric technician take a look at it, he found loose connections, most notably on the little part that you plug the charger into (the charging diode). After re-soldering a major loose connection found on this part, it completed the circuit for the bike and it started to work.

Best thing to do in this case is that you check all connections in the body of the bike (you can turn it over and take out all the screws on the bottom to get to the major board under the main power and direction switches). But for us the main problem was where the charger plugs in.

Like most Chinese products, these were put together way too quickly and not checked for quality before being put into a box. However, after a little TLC from someone who knows about electric stuff, it is now a great fun toy for our little boy :-)

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