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Just replaced batteries in Jazzy 600 chair. Has on-board charger, when plugged in, meter rises to "6" then falls to zero.

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try replacing the battery fuse

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Look in your owners manual for the flash code anwser. Make sure when you hit the power button you only touch it for 1 sec not more. If you press the power button for more the 2-3 seconds you place the power chair in LOCK OUT mode. lights will flash and not power. also check your free wheel levers. one on each moter. Mike

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Since you have replaced the batteries and the charger there is most likely a problem with the wiring.

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SOURCE: I have a jazzy select 14 with an on board charger.

Mike since you know that the charger is not working you have two options purchase a new on-board charger or try to locate a good off-board charger from the area. A friend that has an extra charger or from a local provider that sells chairs. The off-board charger will plug into the charger port under the front of the joystick and will charge the batteries just as well. Just don't use the on-board charger but leave it in the chair. Hope this helps

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How do I charge my battery I try with the charger and will not charge it


The user manual warns that if the batteries are discharged to nearly zero, the charger will not operate. So the batteries may require replacement. See p29

file:///C:/Users/Geoff/Downloads/US_Jazzy_600_om.pdf

Alternatively the charger may be faulty. In either case contect the distributor for the chair.

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Replace the batteries. Your charger appears to be supplying the power to the chair and when you unplug the charger the batteries are not continuing the same amount of power and the chair will not stay on.

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super hmmm new batteries? well I would check the battery connections because you should be getting power to the joystick. The charger is providing power thru your joystick to be able to turn it on. Now when you plug in the charger are you getting any movement on the meter at the rear of the chair? If not but staying at zero then the charger is not charging the batteries and your batteries are not hooked up correctly. You will have to remove the seat and cover over the base to have access to the batteries check all the connections and make sure that if the plugs are colored that the red and white plug is plugged into the red and white plug going to the front of the chair and that the black and white plug is plugged into the black and white plug going to the front of the chair. If the wiring is ok then get a meter and read the voltage across each battery they should read 13+ volts fully charged. Plug in the charger and read the voltage at the batteries again if charging then you should read 16+ volts. If the voltage doesn't change then the charger isn't working correctly and if reading a good voltage then the batteries are bad and need to be replaced. Hope this helps

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Replaced batteries in Jazzy 600 but they will not charge up.


doug then you could have received a bad battery or you have a charger problem or a charger circuit problem. If the chair comes on then the wiring is ok. when you plug the charger in do you have a green light and a yellow light on the charger? (when fully charged the light goes from yellow to green indicating full charge) If when you plug the charger in and you have a red and green light then there is a problem with the charging citcuit. I would contact your provider where you got the chair to have them check it out for you Hope this helps

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I have a jazzy select 14 with an on board charger. The on board charger appears to not be functioning. What steps should I take to try and trouble shoot this myself. Im wondering if the circuit breaker has...


Mike since you know that the charger is not working you have two options purchase a new on-board charger or try to locate a good off-board charger from the area. A friend that has an extra charger or from a local provider that sells chairs. The off-board charger will plug into the charger port under the front of the joystick and will charge the batteries just as well. Just don't use the on-board charger but leave it in the chair. Hope this helps

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flobo I assume that its the on-board charger and that it is the gray charger with one light. This charger light will only come on when the chair is fully charged. Now if you have left it plugged in all night and still have no light then I would think you have a bad charger. If you have a digital voltmeter you can check the battery voltage throught the external charger port under the joystick. Set it on 200 volts and insert each probe into the outter pin holes and you should be able to read the voltage. Without the charger plugged in you will be reading the total battery voltage 24-27 volts with the charger plugged in 27-30 volts also check the meter with the charger plugged it should show something above zero and gradually decrease as the batteries become fully charged. Hope this helps

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John Do the red lights blink or steady? this indication on the joystick usually means low batteries. Now this could be caused by bad batteries or a bad charger. On the jazzy if you have an on-board charger the light on the charger will come on green when the batteries are fully charged. If you can look under the rear of the chair you will see the charger and can tell if the light is green with the charger still plugged in after charging overnite. If the light is not lit then you probably have a bad charger. If you have a digital volt meter put it on dc volts 200 volt scale and plug the leads into the two outter charger port holes located under the front of the joystick. Your battery level should read 24-26 volts after charging all nite and with the charger plugged in up to 30 volts if there is no change in the voltage from charger plugged in and not plugged in then the charger is bad. You can then look to purchase an off-board charger that plugs into the joystick charger port to charge your batteries. If your battery readings are lower than 21 volts even after trying the new charger then you will have to replace the batteries. You might try to find someone in the local area that has an off-board charger you could borrow to see if you can get the batteries to charge. This will help you find out if the batteries need replacing. Hope this helps

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The meter will not indicate anything until you have the charger plugged in and will move to zero when fully charged Hopes this helps you

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How do I know when the chair has charged? I see one red, two green, two yellow lights on.


If you have an off-board charger that plugs into the joystick there are two lights on the charger one red(power on) and the other yellow (turns green when fully charged). Plug it into the chair and if the light is green then you have fully charged the batteries. Now if you have the on-board charger the charger meter on the rear of the chair will resd zero when fully charged. Hope this helps ya

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