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- The left side of the tire makes noise - When you

- The left side of the tire makes noise - When you move the wheelchair the right side goes smooth whiel the left side makes noise. After the wheelchair moves for a few seconds it stops - The light near the joystick becomes all weird. Before When the battery charges it lights up from red to yellow to green when it was normal and when you stop charging it it stays put where the battery is, but now the lights are different and there's too many problems - Do you know how to fix it? Thank You

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