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Start with the basics. Is it the correct key? (If it needs one). Is the scooter actually turned on? (YES, I've done that!). Are you using the correct starting method? Is it fully charged? Does this bike have a battery pack you can remove to charge? If yes turn the scooter off, remove the battery pack, check there is no dirt in the battery tray and firmly refit the battery. You description suggests you might have 'bounced' the batteries. Basically the sudden stop has caused the batteries to move slightly tripping the safety cut out. There are 2 types of safety cut out. Push button and fuse. For the push button type look carefully at the battery case on the scooter, is there a small red button somewhere on it? Yes? Turn the scooter OFF and leave it alone for 10 minutes. Then with the scooter turned OFF press and hold the red button firmly and release it. Turn on the scooter, it should work correctly. For the fuse type there will a small plastic block somewhere in the wire close to the batteries. This will have either a flat blade fuse or a traditional cylinder fuse. They are usually really cheap so you could change it anyway. REMEMBER Always replace fuses with one that is EXACTLY the same 'A' rating (Amps). They are usually colour coded to make it easier.

Schwinn Cycling • Answered 23 hours ago


428-17T ayan po hahatak yan. may nabibiling ganyan sa shopee.

Cycling • Answered on May 06, 2021


you have a repair problem with yours?

Mountain Cycling • Answered on May 02, 2021


poke tube into seat bottom and tighten hardware

Cycling • Answered on Apr 25, 2021


Contact Haro directly to request the manual.

Haro Cycling • Answered on Apr 20, 2021


Number of Speeds is easy. Count the number of cogs on the chainwheel (that's the one with the pedals), count the cogs on the rear wheel and multiply the two together. Normally 3 on the front and 6 one the back, so 18 gears, or 3 and 5 is 15, 2 and 5 is 10. To remove the front wheel, turn the bike over, wheels in the air slacken off the wheel nuts on either side and slide the wheel up. You make have to slacken the brake to slide the wheel and tire out. There are some manuals here. Ironhorse seems to be a budget brand available from places like Walmart and Canadian Tire The search Query would be simply make model manual https://www.google.com/search?q=iron+horse+mountain+bike+manual&safe=off&rlz=1C1QJDB_enCA643CA644&sxsrf=ALeKk00PfZADYZomZle3qjXqE1cWk29ioA%3A1616456368052&ei=sCpZYJvGAoKw5NoPoJuXqA0&oq=ironhorse+bike+manual Basic Mountain Bike Maintenance here https://www.google.com/search?q=basic+mountain+bike+maintenance Good luck and please remember to wear all the safety gear! ..

Cycling • Answered on Mar 22, 2021


Contact Schwinn directly to inquire.

Schwinn Cycling • Answered on Mar 22, 2021


What information are you looking for? Sometimes you have to be very specific when entering a google search. Comment below with more information and i'll see what extra help I can give you.

Schwinn Jaguar • Answered on Mar 12, 2021


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Giant Cycling • Answered on Mar 07, 2021


'this bike'? The one that only you know that you have :>D Google make model tyres It will find details in your country. If you want to narrow it down further, add your city at the end. Or you can put a make and size into Amazon. If you have the bike, the size is on the side wall.

Cycling • Answered on Mar 03, 2021

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