Question about Heavyduty Jazzy 1121 Standard & Heavy Duty Power Wheelchair
Make sure that your tires are properly inflated and that you are not carrying more weight than the power chair will allow and that your batteries are fully charged.
If you got your chair second hand, sometimes the previous owner has the technician change the controller settings to "dampen" it to slow it down to allow them greater response time and control. The technician can reprogram the controller to take it back to 100%. If you got the power chair new, it should be at 100% already.
Take it easy, HotRod. It's a medical device, not a car!
Posted on Oct 20, 2010
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