I recently decided to disassemble my hub motor budget board(Skatebolt). I did this because the board was beeping at me mid-ride and motors stopped working at 75% battery. I decided to unplug everything under the enclosure and then plug it back up for a reboot and educational purposes. However, as I was re-connecting the phase wires, one of the metal wire connectors on one of the phase wires snapped, so I had to strip back the wire enclosure, twist both wires together, and connect them with a wire cap connector(wire nut). Now, when I turned everything back on and applied acceleration, the hub motor with the phase wires leading into it that I “wire-nutted” back together works fine, but the other hub motor whose phase wires I did not snap and were reconnected in the same way I found them is not working. I am wondering if I confused the ESC or something by using the wire nut, and all the power is just going to that motor. I have attached a couple pictures to show what I did. The first picture shows the wires of the motor that works, and the second picture shows the wires of the motor which does not work. Any help or suggestions is greatly appreciated!