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I need the electic input/output specifications for 3 wheel legend scooter \r\ncan you assist me please.the original transformer is 115V -1.5A-60HZ I"am using my scooter in Israel where voltage is 220V. Thanks Meshulam Druckman. e-mail; meshrox@hotmail.com

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