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The bicycle, Ithink has developed an electronic/electrical controller problem. As the bike is no longer in production I am having no luck in locating dealers or spares for this otherwise perfectly good machine. I have recently had two batteries refurbished so I know that this is not the problem. I have had the bike some eight years and it has proved a valuable and pleasurable machine. I would like to keep it alive! Can you be of assistance? regards Bob Thomas

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  • rtdesign Jul 30, 2009

    The model is a Yamaha Easy Super.
    After talking to Action Bikes in Surrey, UK, they think it
    may be the torque sensor - apparently there is a pdf. file
    somewhere on the net that Yamaha produced for this
    maintenance/repair. I can not find it.
    Can you comment or possibly find this pdf. file.

    regards

    Bob Thomas, Bristol UK

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Mr Thomas...you have a swell sounding bike.Im curious its make and model then we can proceed forward with addressing your technical concerns and hopefully find a source for parts and accessories in the event it needs anything. I look forward to your forthcoming response...

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