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Pride has a problem with a battery cable that will draw down the batteries like you say just sitting there and I'm not sure if it is with the Jazzy 1113. I would contact Pride @ 1-800-800-8586 ask for Jazzy Tech support and explain your problem. They should be able to tell you more specifically what the problem could be. I still think the batteries can be a cause of your problem but the Jazzy folks can help Hope this helps
Mike it depends on the charger and how discharged the batteries are. But if you get into the habit of charging it overnite when you get up in the morning it should be good to go. A 3 amp charger will take longer to charge than a 4 amp or 5 amp. Now if you are charging overnite and still don't get a full charge then you could have battery problems ie one weak battery causing the chair not to get fully charged or it could be the charger but if the charger has been doing ok in the recent past then I would have to suspect the batteries Hope this helps
How old are the batteries? If you've had them for a few years it might be time to change them. Even if batteries are charged correctly they eventually lose power with use and need to be changed. Here is a link to the battery needed for the Jazzy 1113 http://www.replacementupsbattery.com/UB12350-NB.html
No JJR all the plugs need to remain plugged in. On the Pride chairs the light on the charger will only come on green when the batteries are fully charged. When you unplug the controller the charger thinks the batteries are fully charged and the light comes on. Now the problem is the batteries. If they are old or you have a bad battery then the charger never senses a full charge so no green light. Hope this helps
Usually that means one of the two batteries is bad. The charger will indicate the full charge of the good battery. Have the batteries load tested at your local interstate battery or autoparts store. May need to replace only one battery. It is recommended both be changed at same time though.
Hi. Your machine probably has a fault, but I very much doubt that it needs reprogramming.
Are the free-wheel levers in the correct place? Is the machine displaying any fault codes, e.g. flashing LED's and what is the pattern or number of flashes between pauses?
Good luck. Neil.
At a minimum your batteries need to be charged for 12 hrs a day for the first month if not they will not build the capacity and will dwindle and die for example it is at only 25% capacity it says it fully charged but will die quickly this happens because it is charged to its full capacity but that is only 25% of the batteries true potential resulting in short battery life.
Also the new batteries need to be charged before they are put on your jazzy.
Then its a matter of if not in use put on charge.
I think you need to have a word with your dealer.