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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I can send you the manual (PDF) if you send me your email address. My address is (D*H*u*d*s*o*n at GMail dot com), you need to take the stars out and put the @ symbol in and the .com to make it usable.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
most keys for that type of scooter are the same, (not like a house or car key) call Pride 1-800-800-8586 for replacement or any Pride dealer can help you. Also, a paper clip can jump the ignition by placing it in their to get you around temp.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
i haven't been able to locate a manual online however here is the company website http://www.sterlingscooters.co.uk/index.asp email them or call them they may be able to assist you. keep in mind many companies won't offer support for products bought on ebay.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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Check the area at the rear of the motor where the brake is attached after operating for a while if you can feel heat or hot at the brake motor area then the brake is sticking causing excess drag this in turn drains the batteries quicker and can be the cause of the clicking sound you hear. If the battery is not getting hot or the motor then the problem could be in the transaxle. Block the rear wheels off the ground and have the wife engage the throttle if you still hear the clicking noise place your hand on the gearbox /transaxle to see if you can feel a vibration in time with the clicking If you feel a vibration then the transaxle/gearbox will need to be changed If you see that the brake is dragging then the brake will have to be replaced If Medicare paid for the wife's scooter then they will pay for 80% of the repair. You can contact the provider that sold your wife the scooter to see if they do repairs or you can contact Repair xpress @1-877-581-3733 to see if they have a tech in your area Hope this helps you
Posted on Apr 21, 2011
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