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  1. Okay. So, the LEDs light up all the way on the new battery. So, I suppose I charged it correctly and it is properly holding the charge. I originally thought the problem was the Sondor's original throttle. So, now I have a new official Sondor's battery (which seems to be working properly) and a new official Sondor's throttle. But still nothing. The only remaining original piece is the controller. I have no idea how I would burn up a controller, but at this point, I am another $375 into a bike I originally paid $500. Ugh. Thoughts?Okay. So, the LEDs light up all the way on the new battery. So, I suppose I charged it correctly and it is properly holding the charge. I originally thought the problem was the Sondor's original throttle. So, now I have a new official Sondor's battery (which seems to be working properly) and a new official Sondor's throttle. But still nothing. The only remaining original piece is the controller. I have no idea how I would burn up a controller, but at this point, I am another $375 into a bike I originally paid $500. Ugh. Thoughts?
  2. Help!?! My Sondors Thin Stock battery (36V/8.7Ah) died after a year. Admittedly, I rode it hard and I didn’t take basic steps for battery preservation. So, I bought a new official Sondors Thin battery replacement (36V/10Ah) straight from Sondors. I charged the new battery through my original charger overnight. The green light was on this morning. I plugged the new battery into the bike and nothing. What am I missing? I didn’t think I’d need a new controller because the voltage is the same. Am I wrong? Help!?! Thanks in advance!! Brad
  3. Those are helpful, but given the frame is filled in on a thin, what is the best way to lock it up? I use to lift the front tire over the bike rack and push the u lock through the tire and lock it under the middle of the frame. Again with the frame filled in, I don't think this is possible. Also, if I got a chain lock instead, I guess I would lock the frame under the seat to a post or rack? Really trying to figure out the best way to lock with no empty space in the middle of the bike.
  4. All: I have a standard Thin and I live in an urban area. I park at bike corrals or street signs on a regular basis. Right now I have a standard wire bike lock. But with the battery casing, I can only lock either the front tire or the frame under the seat to the bike rack. I really want to secure it better. Any ideas? Suggested brands? Suggested locking techniques? Brad
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