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Electic scooter problem with head lamp

My headlamp bulb burns out immediately I replace it.

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  • Anonymous Aug 05, 2008

    When I replaced the bulb the light switch was in the on position. Could this have any bearing on it? I am thinking of trying again replacing the bulb while the light switch is in the off position. All the other lights on the scooter work normally.The battery pack in the scooter generates 36 volts. Perhaps I am using the wrong bulb.It is impossible to contact the manufacturer or to find any info in the owners manual for this problem.

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If you have a volt meter see how many volts are a the socket wires and get the correct bulb

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Found the correct bulb.

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