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  1. I was able to save a dead battery using this primitive method. The battery was only reading 4 volts. I touched the wires to the battery for about 5 seconds. Did it 3 times and plugged charger into the battery. Battery started flashing red/green. Then after 15-20 minutes went to solid red and fully charged. I think touching the wires to the battery terminals somehow wakes it up. Don't know how or why, but it worked for me.
  2. See this thread for more information https://forum.electricunicycle.org/topic/12816-minipro-intermittently-life-threatening-unsafe-veering-right/
  3. Does anyone know if you could swap motors from a Miniplus to a Minipro?
  4. What do you all make of this? https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F264265430482
  5. Where do I send the motherboard and how much does it cost?
  6. Here is what it looks like. It is under the shark fin on top of the platform. https://www.mini-j.world/mini-tech-en/parts-repair/steering-shaft/#replace
  7. I still think some thing is going on with the hall sensor. Mine did the same spinning while idle. Bouncing the unit around would sometimes stop it. I believe the bouncing would make the cold solder joint re connect for a short time until the next bump or jarring. Reflowing the solder on the hall sensor board fixed it. There are solder connections on both sides of the board.
  8. Does anyone know if the 320 & 260 have the same motors? Or are they different?
  9. I had the exact same problem. It was intermittent and only happened when hitting a bump or crack in a sidewalk. It would just full turn hard to the right. It turned out to be a cold solder joint on the circuit board for the hall sensor. Re-soldering the pins on that board cured the problem. That is where I would check. Hope you find it.
  10. Try putting a ratchet strap around the center of the tire and cinch it down. This will push the edges of the tire against the rim. This worked for me when I had one new tire that would not seat.
  11. I have noticed since I put the 90/65 street tires on my Minipro that when climbing hills I get tilt back earlier than when stock tires were mounted. Not sure why.
  12. I found 50 psi gave a nice ride. 60 psi yielded better mileage. The fenders are not too difficult. Once you figure out the first one, the second one will take 10 minutes.
  13. You will definitely love the larger tires. You will ask yourself why didn't I do this sooner!
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