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I have an altium Alaska 200 car battery charger and there is no voltage coming out of it when I try and charge

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If you use an automotive charger you have to charge each battery individually as they should be 12vdc hooked in series.

Clean contacts and assure yourself that each lead is charging properly. Jazzy has many different models so it impossible to know which you have. But there should be some info on the charger to tell you if your output is 24v or 2-12volt DC leads.

Jazzy has a web site and there is a member section where you can ask questions.

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Mark Batteries your charger is putting our enuf 13.15 volts for each battery so after charging all night you should be reading about 13 volts on each. If your batts are only 12 volts after all night charge then batteries are weak Hope this helps

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WILL NOT CHARGE I HAVE TRIED TO CHAGE IT BUT IT WILL NOT CHAGRE


well if it won't charge then it could be the batteries are too low for the charger to pick up or the charger is not working. If you have a voltmeter set it on 200 vdcand plug it into the 2 outter holes of the charger port located under the front of the joystick. Without the charger plugged in you will read the battery voltage and it should read 25-27 volts fully charged Now plug in the charger and the meter will be reading the charge voltage and it shoud be 27-30 volts. If you are reading 27-30 volts with the charger plugged in then the charger is working Hope this helps you

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I have not used my go.go elite traveller plus for several months now,and when i went to switch it on the battery light would not come on.I have tried charging the battery and the power light illuminates...


Ann You probably have a problem with the charger and your batteries. If it has sat for several months and wasn't charged during that time the batteries are too low to be charged and the charger cannot pickup the charge on the batteries. Now check the charger to see if it has a fuse if it does check the fuse to make sure it is good If the fuse is ok then if Charlie has a voltmeter he cqn check the output of the charger at the 3 prong plug set the meter to 200 volts dc and touch the 2 outter pins of the plug careful not to touch the barrel of the plug. the voltage should be 27+ volts output. If you aren't getting any reading then the charger needs to be replaced. Hope this helps

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Stan Issue is probably batteries. If you are charging overnite and never get a full charge then I would suspect batteries. If you have a voltmeter set it to 200 vdc and plug the leads into the two outer holes of the charger port located under the front of the joystick. When fully charged you should read 25-27 volts. If you are reading a lower voltage then I would check the charger. you will have to read the voltage at the battery posts with the charger plugged into the charger port You should read 27-30 volts. If you are not getting that reading replace the charger. Try borrowing a charger from someone that also has a chair If it charges the batteries then you need a new charger if it doesn't then you need new batteries Hope this helps

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Batteries were not holding a charge so I replaced them. Brand new batteries and it is still not holding a charge long enough. I lose one green light within minutes of turning it on after charging all...


Sounds like you have a bad charger. If you have an on board charger, plug it in to the wall and test the voltage at the charger port at the front of the joystick between pins 1 and 2 (the two eyes of a happy face). If you get between 26 and 28 volts and the voltage rises as you charge, then the on-board charger is OK. If not check the AC cord and connections to the charger, including the lego black block and/or connection of the charger at the controller. The type of connection depends on year and serial number.
If you have an off -board charger plugged into the front of the joystick, check your voltage directly at the batteries with the seat flipped back. With the off-board charger plugged into the front of the joystick measure the voltage being applied to the batteries at the large black 2 pin plug coming from the controller to the batteries. When you take this measurement leave the plug connected and put your digital voltmeter probes in the connector at the back (non-contact side). With the charger on, voltage should read between 26 and 28 Volts or come to that voltage after some time.
On board chargers run about $200 and off board chargers around $300.
Invest in a good AC cord if yours is questionable. For $8, I have fixed many of these chargers with a new AC cord from Radio Shack. Hope this helps.

Jan 26, 2011 | Invacare Pronto M51 Power Wheelchair

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Batteries are charged, I have checked wire plugs and all are fine, but I have no power at the on-off control. Is there a fuse block, a circuit breaker, or a reset button unseen under the rear lid?


Jerry to make sure you don't have power to the joystick get a digital voltmeter set it to 200 volts dc and plug the leads into the two outter holes of the charger port under the front of the joystick. Fully charged you should read 25-27 volts If you are getting a good voltage then the problem could be in the on/off switch on the joystick. There is a fuse located under the rear shroud somewhere near the power module in line with the cable coming from the on-board charger. If your voltage is real low then you have battery or charger problem. If you plug the charger in and keeping the meter plugged into the charger port you should read 27-34 volts indicating the charger is working and the problem could be the batteries. Try turning the on/off switch on with the charger plugged in the power should come on and flash indicating charge inhibit is working. If you still get nothing check your cable coming from the rear of the chair make sure its fully seated in the plug. Thats all I've got Hope this helps

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My batteries are good but when i turn the chair on all lights come then go out leaving the two red lights flashing


Sonny you say your batteries are good but the error you describe indicates low batteries. If you have a digital voltmeter or can borrow one. set it to 200 volts dc and plug the leads into the two outter holes of the charger plug located under the front of the joystick. Fully charged you should be reading 25-27 volts, if you are reding less than 22 volts then the batteries need charging. Now with the meter still plugged in to the joystick plug in your on-board charger. when it is on and charging you should be reading anywhere from 25-30 volts. If you are not then the charger is not putting our the correct voltage and your batteries aren't getting charged correctly. After a full charge (the yellow light on the charger turns green) you should get 25-27 volts on the meter. If all of the voltages check out then you have another problem that I need more information to venture a solution Hope this helps you

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Hello, i have a invacare wheelchair that has 2 12v sealed batteries, wired in series at 24v. I wanted to find out the charge plug has 3 prongs, which should be -. ground, . over vice versa, how come there...


Salty The charger detects the batteries when it is plugged into the charger port. With the older chargers you could measure the output of the charger by measuring across the two outter pins. With the newer chargers there is no output until the charger is plugged into the charger port. Now on the M51 you should have an on-board charger and the cord plugs into the back of the chair into a three pronged plug. Now if you plug the on-board charger into the wall socket and look at the rear of the chair low to the ground you should be able to see a red and yellow light (red and green when fully charged). With this charger plugged in you can take a digital voltmeter set it on 200 v dc and plug the leads into the two outter holes in the charger port under the front of the joystick you should read 27-30 volts when charging and 24-27 volts fully charged and the charger unplugged. Hope this helps you

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No lights on charger when connected to wall socket or chair


flobo I assume that its the on-board charger and that it is the gray charger with one light. This charger light will only come on when the chair is fully charged. Now if you have left it plugged in all night and still have no light then I would think you have a bad charger. If you have a digital voltmeter you can check the battery voltage throught the external charger port under the joystick. Set it on 200 volts and insert each probe into the outter pin holes and you should be able to read the voltage. Without the charger plugged in you will be reading the total battery voltage 24-27 volts with the charger plugged in 27-30 volts also check the meter with the charger plugged it should show something above zero and gradually decrease as the batteries become fully charged. Hope this helps

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I have a jazzy power chair and when you turn it on all the lights come on for about 3 seconds then they go off and all you have is the red lights. we live in alaska so nobody around here to take it to


John Do the red lights blink or steady? this indication on the joystick usually means low batteries. Now this could be caused by bad batteries or a bad charger. On the jazzy if you have an on-board charger the light on the charger will come on green when the batteries are fully charged. If you can look under the rear of the chair you will see the charger and can tell if the light is green with the charger still plugged in after charging overnite. If the light is not lit then you probably have a bad charger. If you have a digital volt meter put it on dc volts 200 volt scale and plug the leads into the two outter charger port holes located under the front of the joystick. Your battery level should read 24-26 volts after charging all nite and with the charger plugged in up to 30 volts if there is no change in the voltage from charger plugged in and not plugged in then the charger is bad. You can then look to purchase an off-board charger that plugs into the joystick charger port to charge your batteries. If your battery readings are lower than 21 volts even after trying the new charger then you will have to replace the batteries. You might try to find someone in the local area that has an off-board charger you could borrow to see if you can get the batteries to charge. This will help you find out if the batteries need replacing. Hope this helps

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