GB22

December 20, 2013
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Grew up in Los Angeles California, US Navy submarine mechanic from 1977-81/SanDiego. Hydraulic mechanic in the 1980's/Los Angeles. Heavy equipment operator in the 1990's/traveled to various locations. Dump truck driver in the 2000's/SW Utah. Currently a water plant operator since 2010/NW Kansas


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  1. I have 3 x GB22 electric bikes bought through a retailer in Belgium. I live in the uk and have an identical problem with 2 of them. When I try and ride them they cut out at about 5 km/h and will not start again until I have disconnected the battery and them reconnected it. I have swapped the battery, control unit in the frame and also the contacts with the good bike and still get the same problem. If I lift the back wheel off the ground the bike runs ok but as soon as i put any load on it I get the problem. I can only assume that the hub motor is the problem but cannot see any easy way to swap it with good bike to prove this. Is there a my way there is a cutout in the rear wheel hub/motor that could cause the problem or can you advise on any remedy. The supplier is reluctant to help and because they are in Belgium I cannot go and see them.
    HELP. Thanks for any advise. Dave.

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