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  1. After changing the tube I've put my inmotion vf5 back together but it seems to now have a judder. Its a second hand wheel and its been fine riding without a problem(2 weeks of riding). This is the first time I've opened it up. One place that I think there might be an issue is with the cable that I need to unattached from the mother board(not the yellow, green, or blue cable) in order to change the wire. The "white" casing that holds it to the mother board is not attached to the mother board. One of the pins is slightly bent. Saying all that it feels solid when I attached it all. Could this be an area causing a problem like this? As I'm quite new to this, I thought I would ask first before trying to double check all those connections there. Is there a way of reseting the whole circuit board? Any body else have a similar problem? Dropbox link to a video and picture of my circuit board (Sorry I tried to inert image from URL but didn't know how) Any hep with this would be greatly appreciated. Thank so much Dimitri My diagnosis on the app says "the EUC" is in good working order.
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