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I need a copy of schematics for my CozyBike. Batteries are brand new and intact in casing. But, the bike continues to surge in short bursts. Does not move forward and I want it fixed asap as I plan to take it to Fla. Also, some repair dealers in local area here. I'm in Danville, NH 03819

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