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I have an Jazzy Elite Select and my controller is giving me a code of 1 red 2 yellow and 2 green from left to right. The batteries are charged and free wheeling is off.

The batteries are charged . The flashing never stops. Unit will not move. It gives a beep when you turn it on. The diagnostic manual does not show these codes

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hi im disabed myself,that why im here,i care.please rat me as in thumbs up 1 to 4 for my answer.if you visit:www.alldatasheet.com type in the correct boxes you product & download the toubleshooter as a PDF File.save it to your Adobe Reader & or print it & put it in a polythene sleeve folder for when needed.you will be happy to know these flashing lights or series of beeps are the what you can use with the troubleshooter to find out he problem for fixing.hope i was of help colin.

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While replacing the batteries you may have bumped the brake releases. Release both and return them to the operate position. It is also possible to get one or both batteries backwards. This is a 24 volt system so pay close attention to the color codes on the cables. Be careful of shorts.

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What dose red or yellow blinking lights on my jazzy pride electric power chair mean /


  1. VR2/VSI DIAGNOSTIC FLASH CODES
# OF LEDS
CODE
CAUSE
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One red LED
1
Low battery voltage
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Two red LEDs
2
Left motor open
Make sure left motor is plugged into controller.
Three red LEDs
3
Left motor wiring fault
Contact your authorized Pride Provider.
Three red LEDs One yellow LED
4
Right motor open
Make sure right motor is plugged into controller.
Three red LEDs Two yellow LEDs
5
Right motor wiring fault
Contact your authorized Pride Provider.
Three red LEDs Three yellow LEDs
6
Inhibit active
Contact your authorized Pride Provider.
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7
Joystick error
Contact your authorized Pride Provider.
Three red LEDs Four yellow LEDs One green LED
8
Controller error
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Three red LEDs Four yellow LEDs Two green LEDs
9
Brake fault
Make sure both motors are plugged into controller.
Three red LEDs Four yellow LEDs Three green LEDs
10
High battery voltage
Contact your authorized Pride Provider.
What if the speed LEDs on the VR2/VSI begin to flash?

  • Determine if the battery charger is connected to the power base. When the battery charger is connected to the power base, a charger inhibit feature keeps the power chair from driving. This is indicated by the VR2/VSI speed
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  • Determine if the charger harness fuse has blown. A blown charger fuse can cause the charger inhibit to
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Jazzy select gt. batteries are good charger is new when charging the lights go from red to green and repeats, but if i hold the button one red one yellow ? i tested the batteries they are full but joy...


Still your batteries are bad. Had this problem before. If the batteries are more than 1 to 2 years old they need to be replaced. The charger only tells you it can't charge anymore, because the battery is sulfated. The meter on the chair is telling you the batteries are not strong enough to run the chair.

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When plugged into charger both lights show green but chair not fully charged


First measure the voltage of the batteries at the charging socket of the joystick.

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Reset button


While replacing the batteries you may have bumped the brake releases. Release both and return them to the operate position. It is also possible to get one or both batteries backwards. This is a 24 volt system so pay close attention to the color codes on the cables. Be careful of shorts.

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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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My Jazzy select six sometimes charges sometimes(most of the time) does not. The charger shows red and green when first on then in the morning both are green, but the joystick shows no charge. The...


After charging overnite get a digital voltmeter set it to 200 volts dc and plug the leads into the 2 outter holes in the charger port located under the front of the joystick. If the charger works properly you should read 26-27 volts on the meter. If you are reading 24 volts or less then have the charger checked it should be putting out 27-30 volts or so. I would also have the tech check the batteries under load and check the wiring harness from the joystick to your controller. 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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