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1 Flash The batteries need charging. Check the battery connections. If the battery There is a bad connection to the batteries. connections are good, then try charging the batteries. 2 Flashes There is a bad connection on the left motor. Check the left motor connections and wiring harnesses. 3 Flashes The left motor has a short to a battery Contact your authorized Pride Provider. connection. 4 Flashes There is a bad connection on the right Check the right motor connections and wiring motor. harnesses. 5 Flashes The right motor has a short to a battery Contact your authorized Pride Provider. connection. Rippling LEDs The charge inhibit has been activated. Make sure that the battery charger is not connected to the power base. 7 Flashes There is a joystick fault. Make sure the joystick is in the center position and then power off and on again. 8 Flashes There is a control system fault. Check power module and joystick module connections and wiring. 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. 10 Flashes An excessive voltage has been applied to Check the battery connections. the control system.
Double check to be sure drive levers are fully engaged. Go down and up a few times. If problem persists have Hoveround come and check it out. One of the drive motors may have shorted out when you continued driving with gravel in the wheel.
The flashing blue light indicates the battery is nearing full charge. If the light is continuing to blink when you reach 100%, I believe this is an indication that the battery is beginning to fail and will not hold a full charge.
Has your scooter been sitting idle for several weeks, or has it been connected to the charger 24 hours a days for a long time? If so, the batteries may have become damaged and will give you enough power to turn the controller on but not enough to make the motors run. If the lights come on and are steady, the manual brake levers are in the drive position and the chair still will not move, I recommend replacing the batteries. If anything else were wrong, either the lights would flash or not come on at all. I hope this information is helpful to you, good luck!
try taking the battery out and while holding the power button in put the battery back in, if you still get nothing on the screen try doing the same , holding the power button down while you insert the charger.
If a tri coloured screen appears you will be able to reflash it, if it doesnt appear, then your battery is dead and it wont charge no matter how much you try, the MDA(or wizard) wont charge the battery, unless windows is running, i would recommend you buy a new battery, they are cheap enough
NOTE!!! If the battery is very low but you can get the multicoloured bootscreen, i would not advise flashing it as you have no idea of how much charge is in the battery, if the battery fails during flashing you wont have a phone anymore
if its the battery with a press button that lights up 5 green lights.. if u hold it for about 6 seconds it should light up all or some in a row like 000.. ( depends on charge it has) after 6 seconds none should flash , they should turn off . if any do flash or led green are missing in between its likely a bad battery.