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Throttle sticks open - Razor E100 Electric Scooter

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I disassembled the throttle and sprayed contact cleaner into the switches. The spring was tricky to get back into the housing.. It worked fine afterwards...

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Replace the throttle. The throttle in these scooter are very cheap and wear out quick. You can find a throttle replacement at:

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