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The chair does not have a manual with it. It has new batteries fully charged. How do I turn it on and make it go?

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The top button on the controller with a circle and dash line is the power button. Sit down, buckle your seat belt, lower the footrest, power the chair on and press the joystick forward. You can control the speed by using the 2 lower buttons with horizontal dashes one them; 2 dashes goes slower, 4 dashes goes faster. The second row of lights is the speed indicator, you will see this light change as you change the speed.
Good luck, be safe, and let me know if you have further questions!

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