The left or right motor is not working

The left or right motor is not working

Cable disconnected, cable damaged, the motor is damaged
Check if the brakes are functioning properly, ensure the lever is completely closed
Check the motor cables for damage
Check the motors by swapping the controller, if the motor can be operated using a different controller then the controller needs to be examined
Swap the controller LCD display cables, turn on the system and apply throttle, check for any error codes

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