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.I have an old quickie p 190 power wheelchair. no manual. batteries will not charge, I need new batteries but ido not know which ones. would also like a user manual. Which batteries do I need?

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The batteries that fit this chair are 35 amp hour or U-1 batteries.
There was an upgrade to the battery boxes which included changing the circuit breakers from 30 to 50 amp and removing the internal battery tray to accommodate group 22 batteries. This was not the most popular configuration. Buy U-1 batteries which are guaranteed to work. Hope this helps.

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http://www.wheelchair-review.co.uk/wheelchair-files/wheelchair-manuals/sunrise-medical-wheelchairs/quickie-aspire-power-wheelchair.pdf
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any auto shop should be able to perform a battery load test for you to test this. a 100amp load test for about 6 seconds will test the battery performance and let you know if they need replacing. most places will do this test for free but the batteries need to be fully charged first.

hopefully, one of these solutions will work as these are the most common fault for the symptoms you are describing. you should find the manual quite useful as well.

please feel free to ask if you need more information.

hope this helps

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