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One of my residents has a Pronto M91 Sure Step and it turns on, the horn button works, the speed buttons work, but it WILL NOT turn off. Please help me. Would that mean I need to change the joystick controller keypad or the complete joystick controller?

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Just replace the keypad or if you are mechanically inclined remove joystick take the top off and glue a small piece of foil to the bottom of the on/off button reassemble and try that if that doesn't fix it order a new pad from a provider in your area

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The ON button is at the top front of the joystick. If this button does not turn on the red, yellow and green lights there are many possibilities as to why it is not turning on. Batteries have to be checked first for proper voltage. Then wiring needs to be checked for proper connections and fuses checked.

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I had this exact same problem after having my M91 in the shop. The repair man said that the onboard charger was bad, so he sold me an offboard charger to charge through the arm. That didn't change anything. I finally took it apart myself and discovered that there was a cord leading from the onboard charger to the batteries that the repair person had left unplugged when he installed my new batteries.
What I'd thought was "fast draining" of the batteries was actually the batteries self-charging overnight (which they will do a little bit if you let them sit). Of course, this might not be your problem, but I'd say at least look at it as a possibility.

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truffles e-mail me at lennieg2000@yahoo.com. I need to know if you are getting any flashing lights on your joystick and are you hearing the brakes click when you move the joystick. Thanks

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Your chair has a motor problem. The code does not tell which side it is. Make sure both motors have the brakes in the drive position before turning on the chair. Also check that both motors are plugged into the main control module in the base of the chair.

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