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My Jazzy select wheelchair does not run

Ive charged completely Ive checked all cables. The lights on the controller keep blinking 9 times..no answer...the joystick is ok but chair wont move. Please help

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According to the troubleshooting sheet, the parking brakes have a bad connection.

"9 Flashes:
The park brakes have a bad connection. Check the left and right motor connections and
wiring.
Check to make sure that the power chair is
not in freewheel mode."
Pride Mobility Troubleshooting Sheets

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You move the joystick and can hear something quicking in the motors

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When i plug the cable into the joystick control (MK5SOJ+) all the lights around the horn button blink on and off motor wont engage and it won't shut off til pull out the cable do i need a


Hello,

When you say the power cable I hope you mean the cable that comes from the main control module under the chair. I want to make sure you are not talking about the AC power cable that plugs from the chair to a wall outlet. So if we are on the same page about the cable is the one going from the joystick to the main control module under the chair and all you do is plug it in and the green speed lights start to blink this would indicate the joystick is bad.

Jan 23, 2015 | Invacare Pronto M51 Power Wheelchair

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I have a Invacare Pronto M51, the chair won't move. When I turn on the joystick, the wrench light flashes 9 times, stops, then flashes 9 times again. Can you tell me what that indicates?


A flash code of 9 indicates a communication fault. What this means is that there is a lack of communication between the joystick and the other electronic component, the controller module. In my experience, the usual culprit is that the charger plug makes bad contact inside the joystick housing causing it to heat up and burn. This can cause components inside the joystick to burn out. The other more common problem is that there is a break in the 4 wire harness going from the joystick down to the controller in the base. Sometimes it is just a matter of unplugging the connector, cleaning it, and pushing it back in. In other cases, the wire has been cut or broken along its length. Look for cuts along the black covering of the 4 wire harness (connecting cable)and twist and tape or splice and solder to repair the wires. These connecting harnesses are so inexpensive it is usually easier to replace, however a quick splice can get you going temporarily. If you smelled burning that would be an indication that the joystick assembly has burned out and I would replace that along with a new harness (connecting cable with a plug on each end) to the base electronic module.
The connecting cables have always been a weak link in this design and have had a history of failures over the years. For this reason I replace both the joystick assembly and connecting cable when servicing. Hope this helps.

Mar 21, 2014 | Invacare Pronto M51 Power Wheelchair

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Yellow light blinks 9 times and chair won't move. how do i fix it?


The problem is bad communication between the joystick and the conroller or power module. By replacing the jostick cables you will see if that fixes the problem. Check with your provider (where you got your chair) to see if they have an extra joystick cable or can loan you one from a chair that they might have. Now there are 2 cables one from the joystick to the base of the chair and one from the base to the controller either could be bad but try the one to the joystick first Hope this helps

May 03, 2011 | Invacare Pronto M51 Power Wheelchair

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Our church has 2 Jazzy's one is blinking the code all lights flash 7 times the other 9 times all lights flash can not find what I need to do in our book. Can you help is there a web site I can get a...


mtp see the below list
The listed Flash codes are pretty standard and are applicable to powerchairs only not scooters:

1 flash User Fault (do not touch joystick) and turn back on

2 flashes Battery Fault Recharge batteries or replace

3 Left motor fault check connections or replace

4 Right motor fault check connections or replace

5 Left park brake fault check freewheel lever or brake connections

6 Right park brake fault check freewheel lever or brake connections

7 Remote fault check connections and wiring replace remote(joystick) (Check cable to the joystick unplug connector at rear of chair and plug back in then try turning on to see if you are getting same code)

8 Controller fault Check connections and wiring replace controller

9 Communication fault check cable replace (almost same problem as 7) try same fix if doesn't work joystick will have to be replaced

10 and 11 are unusual and will not be seen if at all Hope this helps you


Apr 04, 2011 | Pride Mobility Products Health & Beauty

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My chair wont stay powered on .you turn it on it goes off


If it just started to do this it could be no more than a losse connection from your joystick cable . Go ahead and follow that cable from your joystick all the way down to the back of your chair make sure everything is connected.

If that checks out ok it could be your on off button .Thats on your joystick it may be ''sticking'' if you have to press down really hard to turn on the chair .Than yes this is the problem .you can go to Pridemobility.com I do think they are selling just the "Three key pad '' for your joystick. so you dont have to buy a new joystick.

If that checks out ok ,It could be your batterys are not fully charged or charging ,whens the last time you charged it,did it charge fully .That could cause your problem too

well hope i was helpful ,good luck

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When I plug it in to charge the red and amber lights stay lit and the green flashes and if i move the joystick everything is backwards push forward goes backwards left is right. b4 when it was plugged in...


sounds like a charger inhibit problem. Whenever you charge your chair the charger inhibit shuts down the chair so it can't be moved while charging. If you are getting this then that function is not working. Lets try this if you know of someone who has a chair or scooter with an off-board charger see if you can borrow it. Plug the off-board charger into the charger port located under the front of the joystick (don't have the on-board charger plugged in) and then turn the charger on. turn the chair's power on and you hopefully will see the lights blinking again indicating a charger plugged in (charger inhibit) the lights on the charger should be red and yellow (yellow turning green when fully charged) If you still get the problem with the off-board charger then your problem is in the controller or power module and this requires a new one. If Medicare paid for your chair you can call Repair Xpress @ 1-877-81-3733 or Roadrunner Mobility @ 1-800-467-2668 to have them fix it for you and bill Medicare for most of the repair costs. Hope this helps you

Oct 31, 2010 | Invacare Pronto M51 Power Wheelchair

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When I plug it in to charge the red and amber lights stay lit and the green flashes and if i move the joystick everything is backwards push forward goes backwards left is right. b4 when it was plugged in...


I wouuld suspect a controller problem Since the programming is in the controller and it suddenly changed your operation I would expect something screwed up the controller. Have your provider check it with an Invacare programmer to make sure that the settings for your chair are correct in the controller. If Medicare paid for your chair then you can contact Roadrunner Mobility @ 1-800-467-2668 and have them send out a tech to work on your chair. They will bill Medicare for most of the repair costs Hope this helps

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When turning power it makes a clicking sound but does not power up. battery charger has a red and green light on. When plugged in and turned on it flashes 8 times. I checked the power control connection,...


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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