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    #46
    Are there and details is how the internal cables are routed through the frame? My gear shifter is out of adjustment range and I may need to replace the cable assembly. It looks like the bit of housing going to the shifter was too short when assembled. The adjustments screw is bottomed out and I still can’t get the yellow dot aligned between the white lines on 2nd gear.

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    • Sebz
      Sebz commented
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      Hi you need to slide the motor half-way out to be able to fish new shifter cables sheath in. Once the motor is out of the way it's pretty straight forward to fish them in

    #47
    Hello, I have this bike but I believe the motor is about dead. I had it happen once before and went through a bunch of work to get a new motor installed, but now it's starting to fail again. I was wondering if anyone in the Seattle/ Kitsap are would like to take the bike off my hands for parts or a project. Not looking to make any money, just want it gone. Thanks for your patience, I am not a forum regular.

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    • paxtana
      paxtana commented
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      I don't live near there but if you feel like shipping it to me I would pay for shipping/packaging

    • marcuso
      marcuso commented
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      I am in Seattle, and I would love the bike. I sent a private message.

    • Jagman67
      Jagman67 commented
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      I'm also in Seattle and would really appreciate the bike! I sent a PM.

    #48
    Hi, I have an issue where my Luna won't turn on.

    I do not have the tools, the patience necessary to fix this issue. If anyone in or around the Atlanta area wants to tackle this project, make me an offer. If anyone else on this forum wants it, feel free to make me an offer. I have added a rear rack and added fenders, but my employers is going to pay for my next eBike, so I no longer have a need for this.

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      #49
      What capacity cells does the Luna Fixed use? Is it possible to rebuild the battery with higher capacity cells?

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      • paxtana
        paxtana commented
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        It uses GA cells. There is not really anything on the market that is higher capacity. You could add an additional battery possibly though, as noted in the documentation on the first page

      #50
      Have had the Fixed for about a year and really enjoyed this great bike. Recently, the motor has needed much greater effort to engage—you practically have to stand on the pedals to get it to turn on. After some tinkering, I could not diagnose the problem, so took to an ebike shop here in the Bay Area. They pulled and tested all connections, display, speed sensor, and set correct belt tension, adjusted gear shifter, and verified that the poles in the display are set correctly. They think maybe it’s a bad motor…any ideas appreciated! —pete

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      #51
      Thx Paxtana, I contacted support as you recommended and they suggested a new motor. Do you know if motor incorporates the torque sensor or do I need to order that separately?

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      • paxtana
        paxtana commented
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        Yes motor has the torque sensor in it. Probably the best way to go IMO as opening up the motor and replacing that one part is apparently not easy

      #52
      OK—expensive repair for a 1 year old bike but thx for prompt answers

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