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I AM A GOLDEN TECHNOLOGIES REPAIR TECH.
SEVERAL THINGS CAN BE THE PROBLEM:
1. BATTERY CHARGER CAN BE BAD
2. THROTTLE POT OR SPEED POT CAN BE BAD
3.IF THE FREE WHEEL LEVER IS NOT ENGAGED THE SCOOTER WON'T RUN
4. IF THE CHARGER CORD IS PLUGGED IN IT WON'T RUN
5. FINALLY IF ALL THOSE ITEMS ARE OK YOU HAVE A CONTROLLER PROBLEM, WHICH IS THE MOST LIKLEY PROBLEM...THATS COSTLY
YOU CAN GET HELP BY LOGGING ON TO GOLDEN TECHNOLOGIES.COM AND ENTERING YOUR AREA CODE TO GET LOCAL PROVIDERS TO HELP YOU. OR CALLING 1-800-624-6374
Norman you will need 2 U1 batteries and you can purchase them from any battery warehouse type store or you can try to find an Interstate battery dealer in your area or you can get them through your Provider where you got your scooter Costs around $200.00 for both Hope this helps
Make sure your freewheel brake is in the DRIVE position. Check your owner's manual for the location of the free wheel lever, ususally it is near the rear of the scooter. If the chair is in DRIVE mode but the wheels will not turn, you may have a motor problem which would require replacing the motors.
Hi. I have had this problem on many machines. It is normally a stuck brush in the motor. This stops the motor from going. The click you can hear is probably the brake solenoid releasing.
Can also be a faulty connector in the motor or battery leads.
Good luck. Neil.