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Battery wont take a charge

We have a jazzy model #1420 and just recently out of the blue the battery will not take a full charge. it does not charge any higher than 6 lines (4 red & 2 yellow). any hints?

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  • Anonymous Feb 04, 2009

    i charge the chair and the red light keps blinking and it does not get a full charge


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How long you using this battery? Tighten your cable battery terminal and charger connector.


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