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Where is the reset button at on the razor bella scotter?

Where is the reset button at on the razor bella sc0tter?

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There isn't one, but there are fuses by the battery that can be replaced

Posted on Jun 12, 2012

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Most likely a bad battery. Check out put voltage on all posts. If it's 12 Volts DC or more, then it should be ok, and you'll need to start looking in the wiring such as the speed control switch. If not, your problem is a bad battery cell and you should replace it. NEVER TRY TO SERVICE A BATTERY!!!!!

Posted on Jun 12, 2012

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