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Replaced a battery turn switch on try to move wheelchair forward all i hear is a click and it doesent move .

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Not a lot of information to go by but the click you hear is the brake releasing but you are not getting anything to the motor. Usually with Pride it is the freewheel lever or levers are in the freewheel rather than drive. Check to make sure levers are in the drive position. If they are in drive then the joystick lights should be flashing an error code. Also make sure that the charger is not plugged in. Thats not much help but I went by the info you gave Hope this helps

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