Question about Pride Mobility Products Jazzy Select
I've lost the electrical cable to the black adapter? and to the plugin. I've got the charging plug to the chair and back to the black box. Where can I find a replacement (low cost if I can)? Low fixed income. Does anyone know where I can find the missing half?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Look in your owners manual for the flash code anwser. Make sure when you hit the power button you only touch it for 1 sec not more. If you press the power button for more the 2-3 seconds you place the power chair in LOCK OUT mode. lights will flash and not power. also check your free wheel levers. one on each moter. Mike
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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.
Posted on May 17, 2009
Consult your owners manual for the flash code guide. I believe that you probably have a PG Drives Joysitck/Controller, in which case a 9 code would indicate problem with the brake system. Check the free-wheel levers by placing them in the neutral position, and then firmly placing them back in drive. Try to restart. If still flashing, you need to remove the seat and the shroud and examine the connections inside the base of the chair. The brakes are at the end of the motor, and there are thin wires coming from them back to the controller box. Inspect these wires for any damage, and follow them back to make sure any connections on the way are tight, and that the connections for all clip connections are tight.
The brake is electrically operated by a solenoid. If the solenoid has gone bad, then this will also cause a fault code. Contact your dealer for servicing this part. Good Luck.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
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.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
Can you tell if the lights are flashing a number of times then pausing slightly then flashing the same number again and so on? If not then check to make sure your not in "freewheel". The levers are behind each wheel If you are getting a flash code determine the number of flashes the codes should be in your user manual or goto Pridemobility.com and you can download a owners manual for that chair. Hope this helps
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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