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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: We have a Jazzy 1113
The battery of the chair is dead. It will say its charged but then when you take it off it will die.
You have to replace the battery.
I had the same exact problem with my father.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
SOURCE: My Jazzy won't move.
If your batteries are truly charge they should read around 24.5 VDC. And if the freewheel lever is engaged and you still have no movement your probably need to get into a service tech. Also check the circuit breaker on the chair.
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
Then you must have a charger problem. If you have a digital voltmeter or access to one. Set it to 200 volts dc and plug the leads into the two outter holes of the charger port located under the front of the joystick. Without the charger plugged in you will be reading the current voltage of the batteries. Now plug the charger cord into the wall socket and the reading on the meter should go up to 26-30 volts. if it doesn't change the reading after a few minutes then the charger is bad. Now you can get an off-board charger for your chair somewhat cheaper than an on-board charger. If you have a friend or neighbor that has a chair or scooter with an off-board charger you can borrow it for a few hours to charge your chair until you can get a charger of your own. Check on e-bay for any good 4 amp charger for a power chair it would work fine to charge your chair. Hope this helps you
Posted on Oct 20, 2010
you have either bad batteries or a bad charger or the charger might have come unplugged at the controller or power module. When you have the charger plugged in and you turn on the joystick the lights on the joystick should ripple to indicate the charger is plugged in. If you don't see this ripple then either the charger is bad or disconnected. Trace the charger cable from the rear of the chair (you have to remove the seat and shroud to do this) to the front module and make sure that the cable is plugged in. Hope this helps
Posted on Oct 23, 2010
SOURCE: Jazzy 1121 power chair won't go
I find a lot of the controller Problems are caused by the cable running from the joy stick down to the controller gets caught on something or rubbed against something and one or more tiny wires inside are broken ... If I find a spot on the cable that is worn through, that's where I start .. Open up the insulation and check the tiny wires .. fine the broken one and repair it .. usually that solves the problem and saves you a couple hundred for the cable
Posted on Oct 08, 2011
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