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After 10 to 12 hour charge, unplug the charger, make sure the freewheel lever is in drive mode, you will know if it is because you have a hard time trying to push the scooter. Turn it on and try to drive if the meter goes to above the middle on the meter, it should ok, but, if the needle goes to red right away time for new batteries. Will need more info to go any farther. or you could go to it is an app to help trouble shoot scooter problems.

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