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This is a problem with the Joystick or a connection to the joystick. Check the wiring first. It has been my experience that the controller may also have a hand in this code. Have a Qualified tech check it out. Strege Mobility

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My flash code is SEVEN PAUSE SEVEN which indicates JOYSTICK FAULT.


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7 Flashes indicates a joystick trip. Turn off your chair, ensure the joystick is in center position without anything touching it and turn on chair. This should clear the 7 flash code.

This problem is quite common amongst power chair users. It typically occurs when something is pressing against the joystick as you are turning the chair on.

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Appear to be a problem with you control system. Check joystick module and power module connections. Look for frayed and damaged wiring.

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Jazzy select contol panel all leds flash 7 times. what does that indicate?


This problem may depend on which main controller your chair has fitted. It should be a Penny & Giles GC controller. US versions should have a GC3 whilst here in the UK, it would be fitted with a GC2. However, the diagnostic flash codes for these two controllers should be the same. The reason im slightly confused is that you say 5 flashes mean your charger is connected at power up, when in fact it should be a Right Motor Wiring Fault. 9 flashes is indeed a Solenoid Brake Fault, or in other words, the wheelchair is in 'Free Wheel' as you have described. Therefore, IF your controller is in fact a Penny & Giles GC, 7 flashes would mean a Joystick fault. There is not much you can do to diagnose this other than checking connections between the Joystick and main controller. If these are OK, it is likely that a new Joystick controller will be required as having these fixed is usually not cost affective. Hope this is of some help to you.

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I just replaced the batteries in my Jazzy 1170 PLUS. Now my speed control lights blink constantly and the chair is totally unresponsive.I have double checked to be sure the freewheel levers are totally...


According to my 1170 manual the flashing lights are error codes. 1 red = low batt., 2 red = left motor disconnected, 3 red = Left motor wiring fault, 4 yellow = Right motor disconnected, 5 yellow = right motor wiring fault, 6 yellow = Inhibit active, 7 yellow =possible joystick fault, 8 green = possible controller fault, 9 green = Solenoid brake fault, 10 green = high batt. voltage

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This jazzy Select 6 chair battery light keeps flashing 7 times and will not function.


alaker the 7 flashes indicate a joystick problem. Make sure that the joystick is centered before you turn the chair on. If it is centered and you still get the flashes then there is a problem that can only be fixed by a new joystick. Sorry for the bad news. Did Medicare pay for your chair? If they did then they will pay most of the replacement costs. Check with the provider that sold you the chair or with Roadrunner Mobility (On the web) to get it repaired Hope this helps

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Put the chair in free wheel mode and then back again and then turn the chair off then on again. Sometimes the chair will get out of gear just a littel.

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