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These reclining chairs are made up of best quality materials and are available at the cheapest price on Rise and recline chairs. Some of the best available recliners available here are: a. MARYLEBONE RECLINER CHAIRS
b. GROSVENOR RECLINER CHAIR
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One thing you can do, it is reading between the lines of the manual. http://www.pridemobility.com/pdf/Owners_Manuals/US_Jazzy/US_Jet_3_ultra_om.pdf
Put the chair in drive mode, shut it down. Then disconnect the batteries, depending how it is wired, either one or both of the negative terminals should be disconnected. Keep the joystick and other items plugged in. Let it sit for a moment. Then reattach the battery terminals. And see if that corrects it. If it does not, the company would have to send a tech out to calibrate the joystick again. I am sure it would be something of a liability issue if they put that information freely into their manuals.
lil plug in the charger for your chair and then turn on the power and see if qall the lights on the battery level light up if they do then the charger is putting voltage to charge your chair. unplug the charger and try turning the power on if it doesn't come on then you need to have the batteries replaced Hope this helps you
For the Pride Jazzy wheel chairs you can locate what you need at the Jazzy website at the following link http://www.thescooterstore.com/products/product_manuals.aspx
When on the site you will locate the chair you need and the wire diagrams are in the owners manuals. As a common problem is just a plug comingun-wired they tell you where they are and the wire configuration. If you tell me some of the other chairs you are dealing with I will try and locate the website for them as well.
msmaryanne that's not alot to go on but if the joystick is not working correctly then probably you will need to replace it. What you don't tell me is what the joystick is doing. Also, if you bought the chair or did Medicare pay for it. If it was purchased by Medicare then they will pay for most of the repair cost. You can contact the provider that brought you your chair or you can call a repair service to get it repaired. You can call Repair Xpress@ 1-877-581-3733 or Roadrunner Mobility @ 1-800-467-2668 to get a tech out there to fix your chair. Hope this helps you