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Jazzy 1103 will not charge. Power cord and electrical outlet verified good. Plug in chair for charge, the ammeter indicator bar remains at 0, even after several minutes. If chair is powered on (while plugged in), the chair will operate as if not plugged in. The batteries are a few years old. Charger? Batteries? Other? Thanks.

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The battery charger is only made to last 1 year if you
re lucky. They are all made in China very cheaply and some only last a matter of months. If you are on Medicare they will replace the charger if necessary after a year. Good luck, hope this helps

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