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I have an e100 that appears to be fully charged. The red light on the on/off switch is on but the scooter goes nowhere? I checked the batteries for output and goes 12.85 volts. The motor doesn't even turn? Can anyone help?

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If thats the voltage from the 2 batteries joined together then the voltage is far too low to run an E100, sounds like one of the cells has died, must have a 24v combined output.

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