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  1. While riding bike it loses all power, bike only has 50 miles on it, sorry for long story below, tried to give all details, Bike is new, and I do not know what’s normal . Something does not seem right. Looking for everyone’s thoughts to understand if I have problem or this is normal. 100% charged battery I was on the bike for 3 miles, power assist 5, pedaling to assist, no pressing of throttle , speed 20 mph, very, minimal hills, had just coasted down a downhill at 25 mph, came to a stop at an intersection, when light turned green, I took off with throttle and bike lost power in 10ft, L
  2. After a long ride, while the battery was low and I was almost home, I noticed complete loss of power, the first time. I thought the battery was dead and this was a lower power cut out. No problem, I just charged it up and thought it was ready to go. Not so, the green yellow and red lights are all on and the charger shows a fully charged batter. I took the battery in and placed it back. I checked the brake handles and they look fine with no gaps.... Is there a reset button somewhere? How do I troubleshoot?
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