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How do you reset the chair when all the lights are flashing?


Hand control is locked. turn chair on push joy stick forward til it beeps then pull it back until it beeps then put it in neutral ( joy stick in the center) then it should be unlocked.
LOCKING/UNLOCKING THE VSI
The VSI has a feature that enables you to lock your power chair to prevent
unauthorized use.
To lock the VSI:
1. With the VSI powered on, press and hold the on/off key. After one (1)
second, the VSI should beep.
2. Release the on/off key.
3. Push the joystick to the full forward position until the VSI beeps.
4. Pull the joystick to the full rearward position until the VSI beeps.
5. Release the joystick. There should be a long beep.
6. The VSI is now locked.
To unlock the VSI:
1. Press the on/off key and power on the VSI. The maximum speed/profile
indicator should ripple side to side.

May 30, 2014 | Pride Jazzy 1103 Ultra Standard Power...

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I have a Quickie S646SE wheelchair with a Qtronics Pilot+ romote controller. I charged the chair last night. When I turned it on today the profile lights scroll left to right and the chair does not move. I...


Press and hold power button til beep then push joystick forward and hold joystick til beep then pull the joystick back and hold joystick til beeps. turn power off then on. should be unlocked now

Mar 17, 2014 | Quickie Wheelchairs Quickie S-646 Power...

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Battery level indicator continually flashes when turned on, chair does not move.


Not much info to go on, but you may be in Lock Mode. On a VSI the Profile LEDs scroll left to right.To Unlock a VSI: Push joystick forward until beep, then pull joystick back until beep. Unit is now unlocked.

Mar 09, 2013 | Health & Beauty

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How do i reset a jet 7 mobile wheelchair


did you put it in lockout accidentally? try this! turn off chair, press and hold the on button till a beep is heard, push and hold the joystick forward till a beep is heard, then pull back and hold joystick till beep is heard, turn off, and turn on. it should work now?

Sep 04, 2012 | Jet 7 Portable Power Chair

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The chair is locked. I had this happen a long time ago and I needed to move the joy stick diferent directions to get it unlocked but I do not remember how. It is a Jazzy 1113.


If it is the older VSI controller, turn on chair. as the battery lights scroll, hold the joystick in the (UP) position until you hear a beep. Then immediately place the joystick in the (down) position until you hear a beep. then place the joystick in center position, once you hear the beep for the final time, it should be unlocked.

If you have a Dynamic controller, turn on chair then press the horn button to unlock.

Sep 15, 2011 | Pride Jazzy 1113 ATS Indoor Power...

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Speed lights flash alltogether at the same time chair will not run


The chair is in sleep mode or lockout mode. To unlock-- turn on the chair, immediately push the joystick straight forward until you hear a beep then push it straight back until you hear another beep then release to center. This should unlock the joystick. Turn the chair off then back on and you should get normal operation Hope this helps

Jan 27, 2011 | Pride Jazzy 1113 Power Chair

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My chair wont move the lite diplay shows 7 lights the joy stick feels like it is out of the sosket


If you have a vsi joystick seven bars means there is a possible joystick trip
a joystick trip is indicated . Make sure the joystick is in the center postion before switching on the VSI.
It may also be locked try this.

LOCKING/UNLOCKING THE VSI

The VSI has a feature that enables you to lock your power chair to prevent

unauthorized use.

To lock the VSI:

1. With the VSI powered on, press and hold the on/off key. After one (1)

second, the VSI should beep.

2. Release the on/off key.

3. Push the joystick to the full forward position until the VSI beeps.

4. Pull the joystick to the full rearward position until the VSI beeps.

5. Release the joystick. There should be a long beep.

6. The VSI is now locked.

To unlock the VSI:

1. Press the on/off key and power on the VSI. The maximum speed/profile
indicator should ripple side to side.

Good Luck

mimobility

Oct 08, 2010 | Pride Jazzy 1103 Ultra Standard Power...

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All lights are blinking rapidly when trying to turn on and nothing works Thank you


DBowers check to make sure that your chair's motors are not in freewheel. If they are not check to make sure the charger is not still plugged in. If both of those are correct the chair might be in sleep mode. Check your owners manual to see if they tell you how to get it out of sleep mode. I think that on the Jet you turn on the chair and within 10 seconds push the joystick forward and hold it there until you hear a beep then immediately push it to the rear until you hear another beep then immediately release the joystick to the center. If you were in sleep mode the joystick should operate normally. Now I have had to try to get it out of sleep a couple of times until it returns to normal. Hope this helps

Sep 20, 2010 | Jet 3 Ultra Power Chair

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My father has i believe a jazzy 6 wheelchair and the lights keep flashing. There is no sequence of flashing, just flashes away without a break. The horn works, that's all. Wheelchair will not move at...


Bobby check that the chair is not in freewheel first (you can push it and it will roll freely). If it is not in freewheel, try this--- turn the power off on the joystick then turn it back on and immediately push the jostick full forward until you hear a beep then immediately pull the joystick to the rear until you hear a beep then let it go to the center position. If the chair is in lockout it should take it out and the chair will operate fine. Now if that doesn't work I dunno. No seriously a continuous flash as you describe is the only indication of a lockout that I know of for the Pride chairs. If Medicare bought dad's chair then you can get a service company to fix it for him and they will bill Medicare for the cost of repair. Medicare will pay 80% of the costs and if Dad has a supplemental policy it will cover the 20%. Contact Repair Xpress @ 1-877-581-3733 or Roadrunner Mobility @ 1-800-467-2668 Hope this helps

Sep 08, 2010 | Pride Jazzy 1113 ATS Indoor Power...

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The chair suddenly lost power and now the lights flash continuously. The chair won't take a charge. A repairman tried fixing it at a local shop and said he put a new battery in and it sizzled. Now he is...


If he put in the batteries (2) properly, they should never sizzle. Some will emit a very minute spark when the final connection is made, but that is normal. There are fuses coming off of each battery to the power controller that will blow at 40 to 100 amps or so, depending on the chair; these will blow before the chair frying, or the circuit breaker will trip, or the controller will fry and all will be quiet on the chair, so I am going to say that the batteries weren't properly hooked up, otherwise on of the above items would have shut everything down. Continuous flashes indicate trying to start the chair while it is still on the charger, or with the joystick off-center. Make sure it is unplugged and notohing is resting against the joystick. If it's still a no-go, then you have either a joystick issue or controller issue. You will need to test those by replacing with known good controller/joystick, which a dealer should be able to do for you. Good luck.

Jul 17, 2009 | Jet 3 Ultra Power Chair

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