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Am having trouble charging my new power weelchair,I charged it for 24 hours and its still not turning on,I have a jazzy power weelchair program#DWR1111H035

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Well the problem is that the batteries are not connected correctly or the joystick is disconnected or something isn't right with the power supply(batteries). You should never charge the chair more than 18 hours. If it doesn't charge after that many hours there is a problem that continuous charging won't help. Since it is a new chair I would contact your provider where you bought the chair and have them come out to repair it. It is under warranty and its their responsibility to fix it I wouldn't let them get by with offering some lame excuse as to they're not able to fix. If all else fails contact Pride Mobility @ 1-800-800-8586 and tell them of your problem and demand repair.

Posted on Oct 03, 2010


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