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My dad has not used his Jazzy for about 8 months and it only comes on when plugged in and not when it is not plugged in. What can I try?

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Most likely the batteries have gone solid while it was sitting unused. The gel in the batteries requires them to be put on a charger at least once a week even if the rider is not using the chair otherwise the batteries will go bad. Replace the batteries and that will most likely solve your problem. If his insurance bought the power chair for him, they may cover the cost of the replacement batteries. The batteries cost $75-$120 otherwise, and you will need two of them.
Good luck!

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