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Quickie s-646 dead won't charge

I have a Quickie s-646 that won't charge. Battery charger light blinks when plugged in. Chair Qtronix controller when turned on has no battery indicator lights only yellow speed mode 3 light blinks and will not switch to any other mode. The horn works other than that chair is dead. Can anyone help troubleshoot my chair?

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most chargers have an external or internal fuse, try replacing.

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