Question about NRS Hoveround MPV 4 - Hovaround Used Electric Wheelchair

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Wheel chair will not respone to any of the joy stick controller

Batteries have been replaced led's on the hand controller are lite up are they some kind of switch that has to be reset chair belong to my mother it has not been used since 2000.Can you help me?

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I don't know if you got my answer. I just had this problem with my Guardian Aspire chair. They had to replace the electronic box on the armrest with the joystick. This is a BIG BUCK problem!

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You have to move the two levers down by the footrest to the "drive" position.

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