Question about Quickie Wheelchairs Health & Beauty
IF you are sure batterys are charged and seated properly.
check for loose battery or wiring conections.
give everything a good jiggle and try again
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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sounds like that batteries need replaced-depending on the freq of your use,like i use mine 24-7 and the orm battery has a shelf life of a year,but with daily 24-7 use like me,that time is cut in half,so wheres the norm batt life for a heavy chair user is somewhere round 6months or so,im ure its the batteries though,have had that same thing happen 2ce b4
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
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Hi,im disabled also.The sequence of the bleeps could be a sign to tell the manufacturer as to what part on it has gone wrong.its a basic as that,but you will not be given that info if you contacted the manufacturer,why?cos they dont give out technical info out to end users i.e. you as in the person who has bought the product,plus are you still under warranty.& give age concern a call they may have info on helping people in this situation.or look in directory for nearest repairer for your product,and the technical boys or girls there will be able to get hold of manufacturer and be given the explanation of a problem being they are qualifed.i really hope your back on your travels soon colin.
Posted on May 20, 2010
you need to have the batteries tested it is possible that if left in a discharged state for an extended time that thee batteries may be damaged and will not be able to be recharged
Posted on May 27, 2010
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There isn't too much you can do to fix this problem. You will have to have the joystick replaced. If Medicare paid for the chair then they will pay for most of the repair costs contact the provider that sold you your chair to have them order a joystick from Pride and repair the chair for you Hope this helps
Posted on May 04, 2011
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