Question about Amigo HD450 3-Wheel Scooter w/33AH Batteries - Color Cinnamon Red - Value M
Hi. We need a bit more info. Any lights flashing, if so how many flashes between the pauses.
Have you checked the free-wheel lever is in the correct position?
Did the machine suddenly become faulty, or has it had faults for a while?
Good luck. Neil.
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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