Question about Pride Jazzy 1103 Ultra Indoor Power Wheelchair
Putting lights on the Pride Jazzy is risky. First of all you need to be careful not to put them anywhere they can interfere with the working of the machine. Secondly if you try to run the lights from the battery of the Pride Jazzy you risk damaging the battery or battery charger as the lights could draw too much power. I would suggest that if you want to attach running light that you use bicycle lights which could be attached with cable ties to the arms. Some of these lights are pretty powerful and can be used in flashing mode so they're easier to see. Also as they use their own batteries they won't interfere with the Jazzy power system. Good luck with the Jazzy.
Posted on Oct 12, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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