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When I turn the switch on after charge, it blinks on and off and my son can not use the gas feed on the steering wheel. The power switch blinks on and off.

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Hi, a blinking red light ,is telling you that a battery is going bad or you have a bad plug , or your charger is going bad .
I had a razor scooter that had the blinking red light, it was a busted plug on the scooter where it plugs in.I had one scooter that had the blinking red light, it was A battery gone bad .
good luck!

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