Question about Shoprider Scootie TE-787NA - Power Scooter by
Not familiar with that make and model, but we often find that batteries just plain get stuck due to gunk on the battery pan. If you do not see a strap or hold down or anything, try wiggling them to see if that frees them up.
Posted on Jun 09, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I think that this is usual to have a slower reverse speed for safety.But on your shoprider you should have 4mph and 8mph ,usually if you are at 8mph it won`t reverse at that speed, you have to go to 4mph ,look infront of you there is a dial this controls the speed that you go forward and reverse.If reverse speed needs to be increased turn the dial up,but don`t forget this also increases forwards.
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
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