20 Most Recent Pride Mobility Products Used Jazzy 1120/2000 Electric Wheelchair Questions & Answers


If the batteries were discharged completely, the battery charger isn't strong enough to start the charging process. Take the batteries out and charge each one separately with an automotive type battery charger that is NOT automatic. This may take a day to recover this way. When the battery shows over 10 volts with a dc voltmeter you can re install them in the chair to complete the charge with the 24 volt charger. If the batteries have any amount of age past 2 years, it's time for new batteries.

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Sep 26, 2015


New batteries take a while to get charged. If not charge, then something is wrong with the charger.

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Sep 22, 2015


that is a communications fault, please contact your dealer for sevice

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Jan 19, 2014


check there is power in the batteries, if so check all wiring for breaks loose fittings, fuse trip switch etc, failing that it may well be the controller, hope it is not that as they are not cheap.

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Dec 02, 2013


maybe the motor brushes, there are two small black plastic screws on each motor, just undo the screws and in side you will find a spring attached to the motor brush, take it out take exact size of existing brush and look for a match on ebay prob about 3 pounds a pair i would recommend doing both brushes on both motors at the same time, once you fit the new ones you may need to turn the wheels by hand if they do not start properly, and it may be a bit juddery for a very short time if there were and particles left on the motor just to clean them off.that should solve your prob, if not then check the wiring and connector are not damaged and making contact.

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Dec 02, 2013


sounds like the motor brushes need replacing.

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Dec 02, 2013


sounds like a loose wire / conector or you need new motor brushes.

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Dec 02, 2013


could be one of many probs, please provide more info, is there any light when switched on? can you charge the batteries etc. any cracks on the controller and so on.

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Dec 02, 2013


sounds like over sized batteries, check the ah rating for the chair and the battery rating, please remember it you have a different controller from the factory spec it may not be rated to the ah rating of the batteries., or may be a short in the wires some were.

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Dec 02, 2013


sounds like a loose wire to or on that motor or your motor brushes need to be replaced, both cheap fixes.

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Dec 02, 2013


Andrew,

It sounds like you are describing the seat elevator on the 1120/2000. Depending on the type of electronics ( Penny and Giles or Dynamic) and the type of toggle (through the joystick or a separate toggle switch), there a number of explanations.
The electronics are designed to inhibit or slow down the speed of the chair 1/4 or 1/2 based on the position of the elevator with regard to the magnetic reed switch sensor on the elevate post. If the elevator is slightly raised the magnetic switch opens or closes. This inhibit is designed to slow down the chair for safety when it is elevated.
You may have a bad inhibit harness, bad sensor, poorly adjusted sensor, etc. The sensor and wiring is easy to check and adjust. The way I diagnose this problem is to bypass the inhibit harness to test at full speed and work my way back to the faulty component.
You can do the magnetic reed switch adjustment yourself with a small screwdriver. Move the magnet and sensor on the elevate post until it works. This is a trial and error type of adjustment. The sensor and magnet should move close enough to activate the switch sensor without hitting.
The fact that the chair does not work at all in the down position probably means the harness is getting pinched or is bad, A continuity check is the best way to verify this.
By the way ,the easiest way to do all this checking is by pulling the seating system and removing the cover of the base. A common household magnet is handy to have for testing.
Hope this helps.

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Dec 02, 2013

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