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Not Charging When plugged into the wall to charge, I used to hear a humming noise which told me it was charging. The humming is gone. I know the cord is good. I'm not getting a charge. Jazzy 1103 Ultra

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    What does the ammeter read when you are plugged in?

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Probably the charger has gone bad. You can look on Pridemobility.com for a dealer in your area.

Posted on May 26, 2009

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