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Hi
this is usually what occurs when the batteries are failing, much like a car battery as they age they charge fine but the amount of stored power is gradually reduced till eventually it will no longer start the car

Quickie... | Answered on Nov 23, 2017


I think you have locked your controller, or put it in "sleep mode". Turn on the chair again and push the joystick forward, then to reverse, then forward again and release. It should fire up. Let us know if that worked.

Quickie... | Answered on Jun 14, 2013


you can get it from the manufacturer's webste or by just searching google.

Quickie... | Answered on Apr 07, 2012


hi.

the link below is for the owners manual for the quickie aspire power wheelchair, free download in pdf format.
http://www.wheelchair-review.co.uk/wheelchair-files/wheelchair-manuals/sunrise-medical-wheelchairs/quickie-aspire-power-wheelchair.pdf
the "cane crutch holder" is an acessory part that you can get, fitted to the back of the seat, to hold a crutch or cane. it does not affect the chair itself at all.
there are two most likely reasons for your problem, neither of which actually involve the arm and controller.
1. if the battery light is flashing 9 times when you try to move, then you need to check the motor locks are engaged properly. see page 27 of the manual for photos and location. these are also known as "freewheel levers" and allow you to disconnect the motors to push the chair manually. if the levers are engaged properly, it is quite possible that the switch, or switch wires have broken and the chair thinks that they are off. these are very cheap and easy to replace and are located where the lever connects inside the chair.

2. if the battery light comes on and stays on, then you may need to have the batteries checked. if the batteries have not been charged for a while then sulphur may have built up on the lead plates inside the battery. this can mean that the batteries will show fully charged, but as soon as you try to draw power, they cannot function due to the sulphur, and instantly show as flat.
any auto shop should be able to perform a battery load test for you to test this. a 100amp load test for about 6 seconds will test the battery performance and let you know if they need replacing. most places will do this test for free but the batteries need to be fully charged first.

hopefully, one of these solutions will work as these are the most common fault for the symptoms you are describing. you should find the manual quite useful as well.

please feel free to ask if you need more information.

hope this helps

Quickie... | Answered on Jul 15, 2011


hi good day try to look this site www.pgdt.com/scenter/diagnostics/diagvsi.html which can help you to determined first what problem does your wheelchair have. if just only flashing red it means low battery as you said after it was charged it works just only around 30 minutes.it seems their is a problem with the battery which need replacement.any way thanks for consulting fixya i hope it will help you i know that wheel chair is very important with you.

Quickie... | Answered on Jul 12, 2011


The right motor will need to be replaced. What reason did they give why Meduicare wouldn't pay for repair If the Aspire is your only chair then Medicare will pay. If you have received a new chair since the Aspire then Medicare will only pay for repair to the newer chair. You can contact a repair service other than the home Medical to get the chair fixed. You can contact Roadrunner Mobility @ 1-800-467-2668 for repair Hope this helps you

Quickie... | Answered on Jun 26, 2011


Call Roadrunner Mobility @ 1-800-467-2668 Excellent Repair Service They will make house calls and leave you a loaner to use while they check out your chair Hope this helps

Quickie... | Answered on Apr 01, 2011


The VSI controller is manufactured by Penny and Giles Drive Technology. A picture of all the flash codes and their meaning can be found at:

http://www.pgdt.com/scenter/diagnostics/diagvsi.html

This is a terrific way to diagnose the problem with your chair. A technician will have a hand held programmer to read all the faults stored in the VSI controller log. This will give you an overall picture of the condition of all the electrical components of the chair, past and current faults. Hope this helps.

Quickie... | Answered on Jan 20, 2011


You do not need to unplug the large 9 pin beau plug in the rear or the smaller 3 pin molex plug when you charge the chair. Do not unplug them or you will not charge the chair.
Use your charging cord as you describe "plug it into the front, plug it into the wall and charge, then unplug the charger cord and GO". Hope this helps.

Quickie... | Answered on Jan 08, 2011


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Quickie... | Answered on Dec 25, 2010

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