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Wiring problem electric bike

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Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

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Tuesday, 19th Dec 2017
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Faulty wiring somewhere on my electric tricycle...dont know how to trace fault.Was working fine...charged batteries and then cant get power to motor. Short somewhere.
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Hi
Towards diagnosis as discussed
As I may need suffient time unlike other tasks, prefernbly would like to attend to this during weekend s or any other mutually convienent time.
Thanks
Gopal
10 months ago
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Jethro H.poster
That is convenient for me, not sure how this service works. First time user.
You need to accept the task , while doing that , payment will be secured by Airtasker , then we can exchange contact details through private windows , once the task is finished satisfactorily, payment can be released by you
I can try tracing and narrow down to what might be the problem , if its wire /soldering problem , I can re-wire or solder
Jethro H.poster
Sounds good to me. Im at a loss to figure it out.
I see you are not far from Kent Town. Whats your offer to diagnose?
can you post a picture ? does it switch on ? any lights ? , its simple design as its should be a DC Motor ..I can check the wring from Battery to Motor but if there is wrong with the board , I wont be able to help...
Jethro H.poster
There is no problem with the motor, it is definately a short, or loose wire or connection somewhere. Its a 24volt motor powered by 2 12 volt batteries linked. Was working fine, but disconnected batteries to charge, when I reconnected the batteries, no power. I am not electrically minded at all, and wouldnt know how yo track down the problem
The bike does not have a light.
Jethro H.poster
Heres the bike
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