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I have a 610 qantumn powerchair,all of the lights are flashing when i turn on the controller and the chair will not operate.can you advise what the fault might be.thank you.

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The chair could be in freewheel and will not work until you move the levers to drive position. Or you could still have the charger still plugged in Hope this helps

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