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I have a Jazzy power chair on loan and there is no instructiion book. How do I recharge the chair? I know I plug it in but do nmot know if it is actually recharging, Thanks

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Be sure to charge the chair at least 8 hours each time. If you use it charge it. If you charge it less than 8 hours than it starts taking away from the life of the battery.

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My chair only travels 2 miles before needing recharging


Michael Time for new batteries. 2 miles is a good distance but if you were getting 4 miles before then the batteries are weaker and need to be replaced

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My jazzy 1115 joystick controller flashing and the chair doesnot move .


1. make sure it's not still pluged in recharging.
2. make sure both free wheel levers are engaged.

if the jazzy is still flashing and not moving refer to the flash code in your owners manual. count the flashes between pauses. get back to me if you don't have the manual. Mike
smithrm70@hotmail.com

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I have a Jazzy 1121,when I went to plug it in to recharge it, I noticed the lights weren't flashing like they suppose to and plus while it was plugged in I was still able to move the chair, when I...


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This is a Jazzy powerchair.


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Yes, you can take a shot through the charger and it can whach out your controller, and cost about 1,200 bucks to fix. If you are lucky, it'll trip the circuit breaker on the chair.

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