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Jazzy stopped one day. Plugged in charger and it will still not move. Replaced batteries and it will move a couple feet then stop.

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Shouldnt even move with charger plugged in sounds like a controller problem or joystick have a tech fro dealer check the error log they can tell u what is wrong from that

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SOURCE: I have a Jazzy 14 xl when plugged in the charger

same thing as the other fellows problem Batteries!! the charger is supplying the power to light up the joystick but when not plugged in the batteries are so low they can't turn your chair on. Replace both batteries good luck Hope this helps

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Hello.Visit its free.Download a troubleshooter as a PDF File of your product.Save + print if you choose to your Adobe Reader.Merry Xmas,any problem,please ask again Colin.

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SOURCE: I have a Jazzy 1113

huntin you might not get a reading at the plug to the batteries because if its not connected to a load the charger might operate until it senses a load. a better way to check would be to plug the charger into the outlet and take your meter set it to 200 volts dc and plug it into the two outter holes of the chager port located under the front of the joystick. you should get 27-30 volts dc with the charger plugged in. when you unplug the charger you will be reading the battery voltage. After charging overnite you should be reading 26-30 volts dc if you aren't getting that voltage replace the batteries Hope this helps

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Good evening.Download this Adobe Acrobat Document:- troubleshooting_2007 SHOPRIDER.pdf
In there you will be delighted what you find,its 36 pages long.Pages 1 to 5 batteries and chargers 6 to 18 on scooters & 19 to 36 on wheelchairs.Any problems ask again.Have a nice day.Colin.

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you have either bad batteries or a bad charger or the charger might have come unplugged at the controller or power module. When you have the charger plugged in and you turn on the joystick the lights on the joystick should ripple to indicate the charger is plugged in. If you don't see this ripple then either the charger is bad or disconnected. Trace the charger cable from the rear of the chair (you have to remove the seat and shroud to do this) to the front module and make sure that the cable is plugged in. Hope this helps

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Unfortunatly, it sounds like your batteries will not take a full charge need to be replaced.
The batteries contain a gel that needs to have current run through it on a regular basis (at least 8 hours once a week) or it will solidify. If you attach the charger, what will most likely happen is the green light will either stay green or go to green after a very short time. The charger will indicate the batteries are full, but instead of being full of pwer, they are full of crud. Since you are the second owner, the repairs are up to you. You can probably find compatible replacement batteries from Interstate Batteries, Batteries Plus or Battery Warehouse. Good luck!

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Yes you probably need new batteries. If you have access to a digital voltmeter set it to 200 volts DC and plug the leads into the charger port located under the front of the joystick. Plug it into the 2 outter holes. Without the charger plugged in you are reading the battery voltage it should read 24- 27 volts. Now plug in the on-board charger and the voltage should go up to 27-30 volts. If you don't get at least 24 volts w/o the charger plugged in then the batteries are bad. If you don't read 27-30 volts with the charger plugged in then the charger is bad and unfortunately both might need to be replaced. Hope this helps

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When charging my jazzy, do I unplug any plugs that controls my jazzy, or leave all plugged in? the reaon ask, green light will not come on the charger, which is onboard charger, unless I unplug controller...

No JJR all the plugs need to remain plugged in. On the Pride chairs the light on the charger will only come on green when the batteries are fully charged. When you unplug the controller the charger thinks the batteries are fully charged and the light comes on. Now the problem is the batteries. If they are old or you have a bad battery then the charger never senses a full charge so no green light. Hope this helps

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The chair will not move if the charger is plugged in. The flashes are normal with the charger plugged into the chair. The lights on the charger mean that the batteries have been fully charged. Red and yellow lights mean charging. After you unplug the charger from the chair (if off-baord charger, turn charger off or unplug from the wall) then unplug from joystick. after plug is removed from joystick press the on button and all the battery lights should be lit and when you move the joystick forward you will hear the electric bake release and the chair should move forward etc Hope this helps

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Chargers generally do not need to be reset. But in some cases if you may want it to start a Bulk charge.
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Meanwhile Switch Jazzy ON and try and put some load on the batteries by taking it for a short but power consuming trip usually by going up hill.
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