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The problem is going to be your motor. After extensive usage, the motor will give up internally and some times it will burn and melt the possitive/negative cables at its housing and it will give you issues with the batteries and the module.

Luis CTM: 909-590-1388

Posted on Feb 14, 2012

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Luis CTM: 909-590-1388

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