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    mainland neuro trip
    hula_dancer73 posted:
    HI all,

    We finally got tohe bottom of this thing I was going thru.

    He checked my battery and then showed it to me, and it is barely sarting to doing anything/depleting. He had to lower the cycle/amps down to 2.25 adn I was at .2.50 for the longest time like 9 months, and he said it is doing well. He left the magnet swipe up at 2.75 where it was orignally. I have no more axial muscle spasms. I felt like the wind was making me short winded or something. Now I am doing alot better and am alot more comfortable.

    He does not knowwhy that occurred that way or like it did especially since i was up there for almost a year. So he fixed it.

    no more problems as of now.

    I am back home in Hawi'i and am feeling better. He told me if anything gets funky again to just call him adn he will set something up for me to come back, but I do not think anything will. Or at least I hope it doesn't.

    BlazingTiger responded:
    Hula_dancerGlad to hear you are back at home. Good to see the problem has been fixed. also hoping there are no more problems.


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