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|JanHank||Cambridge mobility emailed me yesterday and told me the same as you tugs, so I answered them by saying my online expert had put me right.😄 and thanked them for their speedy response, the hitch was now resolved.|
Unfortunately Im no longer your friend
But in a way I understand
One minute I accept the cancer has spread
The next I don’t
But you won’t see
I really wish you all the best
I hope all the best for you
I’m sure you will do better than I would given the same circumstances
But who knows maybe I’ll share them with you
Originally Posted by erneboy View Post
|erneboy||I'm glad you're making progress Jan. It must be difficult to do.|
5 minutes after I posted the above 3 men arrived unexpectedly at my door so its now down in the workshop ready to put together and sell.
Farmer Kurt was with them, he brought someone to look at the student lathe and his Son in Law to find 2 bits for the Triton woodwork machines he didn't take, we found those 2 long poles hanging up, but the chap can´t have the student because his place is not big enough, however he does know someone else who may be interested and has taken photo´s to show him.
Kurt once again said when I know how much I want for the house to let him know, so ?.
It´s too wide for me to stand astride it, but I stood behind, followed your instructions and hey presto I didid it
Howsomeever, the back wheels won go round, the break must be stuck because I have pulled the leaver at the back up and down, doesn't go either way.
I still need a man to bring these two bits downstairs.
The weight is in the motor.
Best way for you would be to stand behind the scoot and shuffle forward so you are astride the back of it.
With one hand pull up on the ribbed grip behind the seat post, and other hand pull up on the seat post itself.
Are you really sure you need to take it apart? You can probably clean it enough as it is.
The batteries are expensive, and it would probably be better to just sell it as it is.
Originally Posted by tugboat View Post
Milly, you say you can push the back down with the crash bar, so I assume you mean the back end containing the motor is hingeing in relation to the main part of the scooter.
If you are, that suggests you have unlocked it. I think what you need to do is, while you are pushing the rear down, grab the seat post and pull that upwards at the same time and the 2 parts should separate. Easier if the wheels are free to turn.
If the 2 parts are not hingeing, there will probably be a latch behind the seat post that you can hook your fingers under. Pull it up and pull up on the seat post.
I assume you have the motor disengaged from the wheels as you would never be able to move the scooter otherwise.
I have called them, no reply just a message machine, I left my phone number and email address explaining the problem, hopefully they will get back to me next week.
Good thinking bat man, John
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