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I found a jazzy select 6 wheelchair. I plugged the charger in and it shows a green light for fully charged, but it isn't. What do I do?

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SOURCE: Jazzy 1113 ATS Indoor Power Wheelchair: the battery is fully charged but it wont move does...

Hi. Your machine probably has a fault, but I very much doubt that it needs reprogramming.
Are the free-wheel levers in the correct place? Is the machine displaying any fault codes, e.g. flashing LED's and what is the pattern or number of flashes between pauses?
Good luck. Neil.

Posted on Jun 01, 2010

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SOURCE: where on the jazzy select

Just found it our self. It was hidding under joystick (right armrest)

Posted on Oct 20, 2010

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I am assuming that the PWC runs and the batteries behave like there is a full charge. The performance of the Jazzy is good. If you have a volt meter you can check the voltage at the charging port but this is too difficult for the average user.
There is a battery display indicator (BDI) on the joystick that indicates battery charge through a series of LED lights. More lights, larger charge and higher voltage on the batteries. There are two reasons why the LEDs are not lit assuming the first two sentences are true:
1. The LEDs or the circuitry running them is burnt out.
2. The LED module has come unplugged from the circuitry.

The solution for both problems is the same. Open up the joystick case( if it is out of warranty )and inspect the LEDs and wiring. The easiest and most expensive way to solve the problem is to replace the joystick assembly. If you do nothing there is a good chance that you will get stuck somewhere because you do not know the charge state of the batteries. If it is under warranty your problems are solved. Call a qualified dealer in your area and have the problem component replaced.
Hope this helps.

Posted on Nov 04, 2010

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SOURCE: Jazzy Select 6, Charge batteries.

Hi You need new batteries If you have a battery store near home or an interstate battery distributor have them get you 2 U1 batteries. Charge before use and you should be go to go for another 3 years or so Hope this helps

Posted on Feb 10, 2011

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SOURCE: Jazzy 1113 Power wheelchair. Batteries are fully

I'd look for a loose connection, one battery bad could be it, but its not likely, you can still move it with low voltage, one low batt., could be joystick. You can get generic trouble codes off your joystick, and call the manufacturer, Pride, 1-800-800-8586.

Posted on Jul 10, 2012

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How can I know when my battery is fully charged?


You have two good batteries in the green side, the red light means that one or both batteries are not fully charging. Try that set on the other side to confirm. Make sure the batteries and charger connections are clean.
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How long do you charge it for


Until the green light o the charger comes on or the charge meter shows one amp or less. If the batteries were drawn down too far the 5 amp charger will NOT recover the batery. In that case seperate the batteries and charge each one with an automotive battery charger.

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I am new at this i plug in c harger and only powre light comes on, is it charging or is the chatge light supposed to come on?and how long does it need to charge a jazzy select?


If your charger has a red and a green led on it when the green led lights the battery is charged. If you use it a lot during the day it may take 8 to 10 hrs or more to fully charge the batteries

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My battery charger for my Jazzy 600 does not light up or get warm when I plug it in. The chair has not been used for months.


I tried to charge my jazzy. The charge light (red) remained on for several hours. Finally I moved the wire slightly the charge light turned green than faded to red. What is my problem? Your solution would be greatly appreciated.

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Replaced batteries in Jazzy 600 but they will not charge up.


doug then you could have received a bad battery or you have a charger problem or a charger circuit problem. If the chair comes on then the wiring is ok. when you plug the charger in do you have a green light and a yellow light on the charger? (when fully charged the light goes from yellow to green indicating full charge) If when you plug the charger in and you have a red and green light then there is a problem with the charging citcuit. I would contact your provider where you got the chair to have them check it out for you Hope this helps

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On the Jazzy select what color for charging indicates fully charged, red, green?


scraig Lights on the joystick all lit up to the far right and the green light lit on the charger. Red indicates charging or blinking red indicates error in charger. Hope this helps

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When charging my jazzy, do I unplug any plugs that controls my jazzy, or leave all plugged in? the reaon ask, green light will not come on the charger, which is onboard charger, unless I unplug controller...


No JJR all the plugs need to remain plugged in. On the Pride chairs the light on the charger will only come on green when the batteries are fully charged. When you unplug the controller the charger thinks the batteries are fully charged and the light comes on. Now the problem is the batteries. If they are old or you have a bad battery then the charger never senses a full charge so no green light. Hope this helps

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How do I know when the chair has charged? I see one red, two green, two yellow lights on.


If you have an off-board charger that plugs into the joystick there are two lights on the charger one red(power on) and the other yellow (turns green when fully charged). Plug it into the chair and if the light is green then you have fully charged the batteries. Now if you have the on-board charger the charger meter on the rear of the chair will resd zero when fully charged. Hope this helps ya

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Jazzy Select 6 Indoor Power Wheelchair: how to charge...


The Jazzy Select 6 requires an off-board charger. Plug the charger into a grounded outlet; preferably one that doesn't have other large loads on the circuit like refrigerator, freezer, microwave, etc. The male 3-prong XLR connector coming off the other end of the charger plugs into a female XLR connector which is on the joystick control's bottom-rear. Charge it overnight after each days use, and at least once each month overnight. You should get 2-4 hours of use from the chair at top speed with a 200 pound driver, depending on terrain and climate. If it isn't holding a charge, you will probably need two new U-1 type gel sealed batteries that run about $120.00 or so each. Make sure you test the old batteries first at a knowledgeable battery shop. These are deep cycle batteries and require a special testing. If the batteries are good, then your charger isn't charging. Search EBay or other online sites for a wheelchair charger in the 4-6 amp range. They can be found for about $45.00 or so. Pride will charge you a lot more.

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