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If you are referring to the three lights as the three colors red, yellow and green. Then you would normally get that. The circuit is telling you that something is attached to the chair, has faulty component or a motor unlocked. and you can't move.The rapid blinking would tell me that you have a controller fault or a motor fault and a rapid scroll left to right would be an inhibit. I would need to know which one it is doing to know for sure what what to look for. If it is just three lights then I would definitely look at the joystick and/or controller being faulty.
See if there is a yellow light blinking on the joystick as well. Count how many times the yellow light blinks between pauses and blinks again. When you have the number of time the yellow light blinks (between 1 and 9 times) look it up in the owners manual or repost it here to be answered.
actually that one blink says a user fault, says to release joystick and put it innuetral and try again,can only tell you what manual for invacare says,me id have a dealer tech look at it, check voltage of batterys,first please
The controller puts out fault codes though the LEDs. Count them and then look in the operators manual for likely causes. In my experience it is the electronic brakes that fail on these units and they are costly.