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2010 Jazzy Select 6 ultra, VR2 control unit. I know they can be slowed down for inside. How do I get the factory speed of 4 mph back?

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You need to have a hand held programmer that techs use or even customers. This programmer plugs into the charging socket under the joystick, turn unit on then change speed profile back to 100%. They are set back to prevent accidents for certain patients. Get online and look up Pride Mobility to buy one or have a local dealer send a tech to your location. Good Luck.

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