Question about Select Jazzy Used Electric Wheelchair
I have new batteries, a new charger and still will not charge. The charger light is charging but does not get the green light to say that its charged. All wires appear to be connected right. I dont know if the problem is the batteries or a connection problem. The joystick controller does not work, maybe a connection problem. Can anyone tell me what the problem might be? what should I do? where should I start ?
First have the batteries tested to be sure that they are good. Just because they are "new" doesn't mean they are good. Then with the batteries disconnected plug the charger in and turn the chair on. This will tell you if the charger is good.
If both of these are good then you have an electrical problem. You need to call a local tech.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
After charging overnite get a digital voltmeter set it to 200 volts dc and plug the leads into the 2 outter holes in the charger port located under the front of the joystick. If the charger works properly you should read 26-27 volts on the meter. If you are reading 24 volts or less then have the charger checked it should be putting out 27-30 volts or so. I would also have the tech check the batteries under load and check the wiring harness from the joystick to your controller. Hope this helps
Posted on Nov 03, 2010
I am assuming that the PWC runs and the batteries behave like there is a full charge. The performance of the Jazzy is good. If you have a volt meter you can check the voltage at the charging port but this is too difficult for the average user.
There is a battery display indicator (BDI) on the joystick that indicates battery charge through a series of LED lights. More lights, larger charge and higher voltage on the batteries. There are two reasons why the LEDs are not lit assuming the first two sentences are true:
1. The LEDs or the circuitry running them is burnt out.
2. The LED module has come unplugged from the circuitry.
The solution for both problems is the same. Open up the joystick case( if it is out of warranty )and inspect the LEDs and wiring. The easiest and most expensive way to solve the problem is to replace the joystick assembly. If you do nothing there is a good chance that you will get stuck somewhere because you do not know the charge state of the batteries. If it is under warranty your problems are solved. Call a qualified dealer in your area and have the problem component replaced.
Hope this helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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