Question about Pride Jazzy 1103 Ultra Standard Power Chair
The batterys are full charge
The number of lights lit and/or the number of times they flash help determine what the problem is, and there is a chart for that in the manual. If you have lost yours, you can find one online.
Posted on Jun 09, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a series of diagnostic flash codes associated with the controller. The diagnosis depends on which color and how many lights are flashing. If you post the combination, I can help you. Or you can download the Basic Operation Instructions of the Pilot Controller from the Pride website. The codes are listed on page two on the troubleshooting instructions.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
Make sure the charger is unplugged from the chair and that the chair is in gear. There's two levers that place the chair in freewheel, or neutral so you can roll it around. Place these in neutral, then back in gear firmly. If still flashing, turn chair off, wait three seconds and turn back on, then push on the horn button three times. This will take it out of sleep mode. Still not going, you will need to check all clip-on connections to make sure they are tight.
I am assuming that all of the lights are flashing constantly. If it flashes a "fault code", you will get a series of flashes from 1 to 10, then a pause, then a set of flashes. Count the number of flashes and it will tell you what the fault is for that number of flashes in the owners manual. If it is just two red lights flashing constantly, you have a set of dead batteries.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
Firstly disengage the drive levers and then "flick "them in fash.
Second pull out the large plug that is between them.
Check for damaged or bent or loose pins. press it home firmly .
I did this on my wifes chair and she zooms around.
All switched etc should be off during charge.
Lastly i fully discharged then recharged the battery to ensure no "battery charge memory".
To fully dicharge i shoved a small box between back wheels so to lift of ground and then a elastic band to hond controler on.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
SOURCE: Chair won't go. Lights flash
Check your freewheel levers. They must be engaged or the lights will flash and the chair will be inoperable. These levers are under the shroud behind drive wheels. (One on each side)
Posted on May 18, 2010
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The flash codes for the VSI controller used on this chair are located here:
These will tell you what the fault is; repost with more information.
Posted on May 23, 2010
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