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SOURCE: rover three wheel mobility scooter full charge

First of all,

Make sure the freewheel lever is unengaged (up or down ?) , this can be tested by pushing the scooter forward , you should hear gearbox clunk,(Freewheel not engaged) Not all scooters sound a alarm when freewheel is engaged.

is the power indicator working okay,

Does the Wig Wam move freely, the thumb throttle part,

Check under the seat to make sure you have not blown or tripped the fuse, if it's a switch simply pressing the button will sort it, if not check the two prong fuse ,

you may also have some reset buttons on the stem so look out for them.

Now let me what you tried


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SOURCE: Electric 3 wheeled mobility scooter wont move

Look at the rear of the scooter, make sure the Free Wheel lever is engaged

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