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I have a Motor Guide Brute 767, 67 lb thrust 24 volt trolling motor. It will only run at about half speed even with new batteries.

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How does the prop rotate? Is it hard to turn? Have you checked behind the prop for fishing line? Are you getting 24 volts to the motor?

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I believe you may have a bad low voltage circuit board problem. I do not think they make the board any longer but you may be able to convert it to work by bypassing the circuit board. I am working on one now.

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