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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Phud Bad brake!!! the brake disc pad is dragging on the motor housing and causing the squealing and battery drain. The motor housing is also getting very warm after that period of time. Replace the brake assembly Hope this helps
Posted on Oct 31, 2010
I would suspect the brake is not releasing correctly and dragging on the motor housing. Try driving the scooter a short distance and feel the motor case at the rear near the brake assembly if it is very warm or hot the the brake is sticking and will have to be replaced. Hope this helps
Posted on Jun 04, 2011
You can try to do this with the cover off, just in case it is not seated properly and holding the lever from fully engaging. The actual swithc is a small microswitch down at the brake, and it can get dirt in it and that will stop it from working, or it may even fail, and need to be replaced. So I would:
1) try it woth the shroud off the motor using.
2) look for dirt around the switch.
3) take a paperclip and jump the scooter side of the switch to bypass the microswitch on the scooter, be careful not to short the jumper to the scooter frame.
Let me know how you make out.
Posted on Jun 11, 2012
hi, so would it be right to say you can still push it when you stop ?
The brake simply stops the scooter from moving , it does not slow you down, the motor does that.
Does the brake click when it comes to rest ?, if the scooter has not been used for sometime or kept out in the cold it can start to seize, so spray some WD40 or contact cleaner would be best in the slot around the brake area now remember you just lubricated the brake so don't go near hills or road until you used it and you're sure the brake is working again.
Posted on Feb 22, 2013
sounds to me like the starter solenoid that's what I would replce first , then look towards new battery's if that fails .
Posted on Mar 28, 2014
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