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Where could I get a charger for scoorer turbo 280wf

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There should be a manufacturers sticker on the scooter somewhere(probably around the battery, under the seat, or around the steering neck) which will have a contact number for who ever made it. Call them and they will tell you who distributors are and who carries the the charger.

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