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Battery charger indicates charge however bike does not charge. The batteries are also replaced.

I replaced new batteries and the charger also broke but i soldered it and its fixed however the light indicator still stays green.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: off-on switch as bright as when it was new. green

On n off switch on bike wont stay on. U can turn it on when charger is hooked up to it but once u take plug out red light goes off.

Posted on Jan 20, 2013

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SOURCE: Indicator light fully charged...but barely enough power to move

i have the same exact problem on 1 of my sons MX5s..i checked all 3 batteries and all that! you left out the controller clicks when the back wheels sapose to be moving ,it's not....so worse case scenerio batt,controller,motor,(650 This time)& throttle....So theres our blue print...lets hope it's just the batteries....!

Posted on Apr 13, 2013

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