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E100 scooter wont run. Battery fully charged, 24v across terminals. Motor runs fine when connected directly to battery power. On-off power switch, breaker switch, brake unit switch, accelerator all checked and seem okay. Replace the module, clicking (relay) sound when accelerator is activated but not out putting 24v for the motor. Possible the new module could be defective also?

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It is possible the new controller is defective, however just because the voltage is showing 24v it may not be outputting the correct amount of amps so don not rule out batteries before checking the following:
To test a battery you need to 'load test' so (with help) connect the battery directly to the motor when weight is on the scooter to see if it will still pull.
Please also remember that you do have to push the e100 to 3mph before starting (many users do not know or forget this step)

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You should trace larger sized wires/cables from the motor back as far as you can - ideally to the battery if possible. Remove, thoroughly clean and reconnect each of these cables under each terminal screw - one at a time. This way you'll know any unconnected cable goes on the only terminal that is removed.

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Check the fuse under the seat and check the reset button,

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