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08-26-23, 01:34 PM
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Posted By 2old

Good job getting it repaired, especially without...

Good job getting it repaired, especially without needing to completely disassemble the system.
08-24-23, 09:35 PM
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Views: 1,036
Posted By 2old

As I said, it would be nice to know the...

As I said, it would be nice to know the controller is the problem before doing all that work.
08-24-23, 05:08 PM
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Views: 1,036
Posted By 2old

Before you go through the effort to disassemble...

Before you go through the effort to disassemble your system, you might ask the same question(s) at endless sphere. There are at least a couple of very savvy individuals who might help you. For...
08-24-23, 02:45 PM
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Posted By 2old

Nice job with the assembly. There are sheaths (or...

Nice job with the assembly. There are sheaths (or my favorite since it's functional - a frame pack) that contain the "extra" wires and keep them from getting snagged. You might check the connectors...
08-24-23, 09:18 AM
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Views: 1,036
Posted By 2old

Was this a new motor? It should have some sort of...

Was this a new motor? It should have some sort of warranty. Also, Bafang seems to have a pretty good reputation. This is the first instance I've heard in which the failure occurred in such a short...
08-23-23, 10:54 PM
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Posted By 2old

The very early BBS02's had a controller which...

The very early BBS02's had a controller which failed frequently (I have one and was fortunate since it hasn't had the problem after eight years). They changed the controller very quickly. Hopefully...
08-22-23, 09:12 AM
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Posted By 2old

I would concur with you about a "lower" gear so...

I would concur with you about a "lower" gear so you'll be able to operate the cycle without motor assistance, even though it reduces the top speed.
08-21-23, 09:31 PM
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Posted By 2old

AFAIK, the "speed sensor" you refer to is the PAS...

AFAIK, the "speed sensor" you refer to is the PAS sensor. There's a small bulb on the unit, and if this lights up when the system is activated, it's operational FME. If not, you need to discover...
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