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Motor Wiring I have an inoperable Jazzy chair that needs new batteries and who knows what else. I would like to keep the drive wheels and motors. Each motor has 4 wires, 2 white, 1 red, 1 black. I assume the 2 white are for forward or reverse. How do I wire these to run full forward with no speed control?

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Two white wires are for the electric brake.  When the wheelchair is turned off while on an incline, the motors automatically lock up, preventing the wheelchair from rolling backwards.  The white wires disengage the electric brake when power is applied.

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Programmable through the joystick, need programmer

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Jazzy lights blink six times then go off


this could be a right brake fault or a controller fault. Check and see if the right motor has been disengaged. The easiest way to chreck this is to try and push on the right side of the chair. if the wheel begins to turn then the motor has been disengaged and you should be able to re-engage the motor and stop the wheel from turning. At this point you will have to turn off the chair and turn it back on to see if the fault goes away. If that is not the problem then it could be a loose motor connection. Check all your wiring connections on the motor to the controller. The other problem it could be is a controller fault. check all the connections on the controller and the wiring. Turn it off and back on to see if the fault goes away. If the fault is still there you will probably need to contact a service tech for them to get on line with the controller and find the root cause. They should have the diagnostic tools to check this.

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check wiring and pcb in your chair...it may be loose connection in between the path

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Hi, I have a jet 3 ultra chair . I have just put new batteries on and can still only do about 4 miles from a full charge, any ideas, Many thanks Rolfe


Rolfe could be a couple of things check the brushes in each motor for excess wear and check to see if the motors are getting overly warm after driving for awhile if they are then you could have a brake problem on one or both of the motors. If your brushes are less than 1/8" long then they need replacing and you can have a provider order some from Pride for you or have them service the motors for you. If it is the brake then it will have to be replaced by a tech who knows what to do if you can get the brake from Pride. Now I'm not suggesting this or recommending this because of safety and liability issues but you could remove the brake from the rear of the motor that is getting hot (if it is) leaving the wiring connected and hang the brake in the rear of the chair so it won't break the wiring and drive the chair to see if that makes a difference. If you remove the brake and wiring then the chair won't move at all because the controller is looking for the brake when you turn on your chair if the wiring is disconnected you will get a fault error and the chair won't move. Also have someone load test your new batteries just because"new" doesn't mean good and a weak battery will reduce distance driven. Hope this helps

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I have an 11 month old jazzy 1170xl. part of the time when you push the power button you get 2 flashing red lights. if you keep resetting it with the reset button, it will eventually power up and work fine...


You can visit this website to find answers on what the flashing trouble indicator lights mean: http://www.pgdt.com/scenter/diagnostics/diagvsi.html
Locate the page that has the controller used on your power chair/scooter and count how many lights are flashing to diagnose the trouble.
If the Jazzy is pulling to one side, it may indicate that there is a bad fuse or motor and the blinking lights are trying to alert you to this.
If your insurance purchased the power chair for you, they may also cover the repairs and have a DME (Durable Medical Equpment) company to refer you to for service if the Scooter Store is not helpful; contact them for information.
Good luck!

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Chair won't go. Lights flash


Check your freewheel levers. They must be engaged or the lights will flash and the chair will be inoperable. These levers are under the shroud behind drive wheels. (One on each side)

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Jazzy chair pulls left


Since each drive wheel has it's own motorand both are controlled by the joystick you can narrow it down to the motor opposite the side it is pulling to (probably not the joystick programming if it was working before). However, there may be another answer: if your home has a lot of carpet, or worse a dog, check where the wheel mounts to the drive motor and clear anything that might be wrapped around the wheel axle into the motor, similar to what happens to a vacuum cleaner brush wheel.

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Where do I find a wiring diagram for the jazzy 1103 ?


Here's a link to the Pride Tech Manual guides. Click on the 1103 for a PDF file.
http://www.prideservice.com/TechnicalProductGuides/technicalproductguides.asp

The wiring is pretty simple and straightforward. These operate on a 24VDC system provided by two 12VDC batteries. Power from the batteries goes to the controller into a Joystick/controller combo. It leaves the joystick down to each motor/gear/brake assembly. Power to the batteries comes from the charger which puts out 28VDC, with a 120VAC input. Very rarely does any of the wiring go bad excepting those people who grossly overload the chair, or run it into fixed objects at full speed. Other mishaps with overamping are caused when somebody tries driving over unstable surfaces like sand, gravel, mud/wet grass and spin the motors. This drives the controller crazy because its job is to keep the chair pointed in the right direction, and with wheels spinning, it doesn't know what to do. Overheating the motors or controller, or both. There are two sets of "brushes" on each motor that carry the current from the batteries to the motor. These are located under a black-plastic slotted screw port at the ends of each motor. Removing the plastic screw reveals the brush. It should have a flexible semi-copper lead that shows no evidence of overheating, or brittleness, and should be about 3/4 of an inch long. If 1/4 of an inch, it should be replaced. Check all four. Good luck.

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Batteries run low fast on jazzy jet 3, heard brakes might be failing or motor needs replaced after replacing batteries?


one battery was low,,,,not sure if anyting else is bad, used chair...by having only one battery low, it ran down the chair...

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Jazzy 1200 power wheelchair is electrically inoperable after owner fell on back of chair at night. Battery was charging at time of accident. Believe problem may be in multi-pin connector betweenjoystick...


When you say inoperable I am assuming you are not getting a flash code on the joystick. I would check the wiring from the charge meter on the rear? console - you will see a yellow slug in the harness that has a fuse in it - check all the wiring from the meter as this can cause a 'power loss' problem. Of course, check the battery connections as well.

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