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.The ammeter registers0,and the battery

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You could go on ebay and type the model number ant the brand of the chair. Or you could take it to a specialist to have them fix it for you.

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Lets solve this, one question at a time ....
First your batteries are not charging,This may be because of it siting for too long without a charge.The batteries may be so dead that your charger cannot reconize them. dont losse hope there are ways to check your batteries and charger with out spending alot of money on a tech coming over.
1) Unplug and remove your batteries from the chair
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The chairs charger should come on ,and that right there tells you that you have a good charger!
The batteries that came with this chair are not bad and are considered ok to use .These type of batteries are what you call maintenance batteries ,which your always having to check if the leaking or need water.The gell type batteries are what they call non-maintenance.That you dont have to always look after but are more money.Thats why they recommend the gells so that the user doesn't have to work on there chair.

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Lets make sure the all battery terminals have the correct cable ,heres a web sit that you can go on to double check.

Page 40 shows a diagram that covers it all.

Next after confirming that everything is connected correct,plug the chair in like if you where going to charge it,

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I assume that you did not see a great deal of fluid leaking out of the battery container; you might look in the container and check to see if a battery is cracked or missing fluid.

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Check the fuses may have a Blown fuse

Regards; Aaron

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