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I have purchased a 2nd hand kids electric bike. it has a 6v battery and 6 rechargable batteries. it would not hold a charge and kept cutting out so i looked and the rechargable batteries have corroded so i removed them and two of the terminals are badly damaged. i cannot source anyone in the uk who can repair this for me? or give me any advice? thanks. the bike is on the website npl2.com but they are unable to help me.

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Any electronic tech will be able to replace the wires and obtain suitable batteries for the motor. its just a matter of soldering new connectors on,. getting batteries of the same voltage

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