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I had a clicking noise in my back wheels. Removed wheels and greased the axles. Now the scooter will not move. There seems to be no power to the wheels.

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There is a linkage spring that you might have undone when you removed the wheels. hate to tell you, but you need to remove them again and check to make sure the spring is on..... Guy

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