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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
The Jazzy Select 6 requires an off-board charger. Plug the charger into a grounded outlet; preferably one that doesn't have other large loads on the circuit like refrigerator, freezer, microwave, etc. The male 3-prong XLR connector coming off the other end of the charger plugs into a female XLR connector which is on the joystick control's bottom-rear. Charge it overnight after each days use, and at least once each month overnight. You should get 2-4 hours of use from the chair at top speed with a 200 pound driver, depending on terrain and climate. If it isn't holding a charge, you will probably need two new U-1 type gel sealed batteries that run about $120.00 or so each. Make sure you test the old batteries first at a knowledgeable battery shop. These are deep cycle batteries and require a special testing. If the batteries are good, then your charger isn't charging. Search EBay or other online sites for a wheelchair charger in the 4-6 amp range. They can be found for about $45.00 or so. Pride will charge you a lot more.
Posted on May 23, 2010
Hi. Your machine probably has a fault, but I very much doubt that it needs reprogramming.
Are the free-wheel levers in the correct place? Is the machine displaying any fault codes, e.g. flashing LED's and what is the pattern or number of flashes between pauses?
Good luck. Neil.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
I'd look for a loose connection, one battery bad could be it, but its not likely, you can still move it with low voltage, one low batt., could be joystick. You can get generic trouble codes off your joystick, and call the manufacturer, Pride, 1-800-800-8586.
Posted on Jul 10, 2012
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