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Rear wheel sticks and sometimes when you go to go forward nothing l of a happens,then al of a sudden it jurks forward with no warning.l

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Hi. Sounds like you have worn out motor brushes. the brushes wear down to short and get stuck in the brush holders. Sometimes the caps that hold the carbon brushes in come loose, and the carbon brushes get stuck because the current arcs between the carbon brush and the brush guide. Get a serviceman to overhaul the motor, and it will work fine. Probably a good idea to replace the motor bearings at the same time. Good luck. Neil.

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