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My quickie will only turn to the right--will not go straight--seems like the right wheel is not engaging.

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Hi pedio869

I have seen this too often. Use a programmer to determine which motor has a proble, but I think it is the right one. Durable Medical Equipment Companies (DME) can send a tech out.

1. Check all connections on your right motor.
2. Check your brushes on the right motor. (need at least 1/4 inch)
3. Your brake may be bad. Your Tech can check this for you.
4. You may have a bad motor.

This is the website for your chair.www.sunrisemedical.com You can enter you zip code for a tech near you.

Good Luck
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