Question about Pride Health & Beauty
JIKM Your batteries aren't strong enough to take a charge and when you have it plugged in you are providing enough voltage to get it to move. You need to get 2 new batteries. If Medicare bought your chair then they will pay for most of the cost of the new batteries. Your local provider can install the batteries for yoy and bill Medicare. If you purchased the chair I would check with a local battery warehouse or Interstate battery store your cost would be less than paaying the provider for them Hope this helps
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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