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Wheel chair just stopped as if the switch shut off

I have a shoprider electric wheel chair and it was working well it just
stopped as if you shut the switch off now if i turn the switch on i
cannot shut it off and nothing happening when i move the lever to go ahead or reverse my my batterys are ok where can the problem be.
if i had a wiring diagram i could check the circuit
maybe you came across this before

thnks

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Most of the Shopriders use a PG Drives VSI joystick/contoller which incorporates the controller into the same case as the joystick. It will have a large wire about 7/8" diameter coming out of the joystick if it is this type. You probably didn't blow the circuit breaker as there wouldn't be any lights, and all of the fuses should be okay too for same reason, but go ahead and check them. If They are all good, then you most likely fried the VSI joystick/controller. Here's a link to PG Drives site.
http://www.pgdt.com/ Good luck.

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