20 Most Recent Pride Mobility Products Jazzy 1103 Ultra Electric Wheelchair with Powered Seat Lift by Pride Mobili - Page 4 Questions & Answers

Not a good idea to buy USED power chair batteries. Even new ones just have a 3-4 year life span. But yes, you can buy used batteries.

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Jun 30, 2013

you can buy them off ebay for about 99.00 pounds
this may be cheaper then a repair to yours.

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Jun 06, 2013

Hi. This is just a thought but have you tried putting the batteries back on the scooter and putting a volt meter on the batteries to get a reading when the lever is pressed on the scooter. Batteries can display as being fully charged (+12 volts) but often fail under load, meaning that as soon as you press the lever, the voltage will drop right off. If this happens, it is more than likely that your batteries are to blame.
Hope this helps.

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Jan 07, 2013

firstly can I have the model no, this is a powerchair with a joystick, now are the motors still locked ?


Pride Mobility... | Answered on Dec 11, 2012

most likely lockout, from seat being tilted, if its not tilted then tilt switch malfunction

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Oct 30, 2012

First check to see if the brake is not releasing completely. If the motor is free-wheeling without the brake on raise up the scooter to get each wheel of the ground and see are they free wheeling. If evrything seems to be free-wheeling smooth when the scooter is in a neutral mode, then you have a weak breaker or most likely, since the motor gets hot, sound like you motor is going out, a bearing, the brushing, etc. Always try the least expensive way first. Hoping it's not the motor because they can be quite pricey. If it is the motor check the price of a refurished motor first!!!! They are usually half the price!!! Good luck.

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Aug 30, 2012

HI.If the lights turn to red from green then it just signifies that the battery is busted.Is it a rechargeable battery.How long have you been using the battery?

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Jul 24, 2012

check your drive leaver either on back or on the side of cart by the drive wheels some times it will come out of drive

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Jul 22, 2012

iT sounds to me like you have one or more shorted windings on the armature of your drive motor which is apart of the trans-axle assembly. TO BE SURE remove the entire trans-axle module. I have a Rascal 600t all i have to do to remove my trans-axle is to remove to quick pins and my entire trans-axle assembly comes away from the scooter. Take the entire assembly down to your local motor repair shop that can rewind motors. Thay will check out the motor, take it apart and clean all the carbon dust from the brushes that gets all over the interior of the motor, doesn't do the motor bearing any good. Rewinding a motor isn't inexpensive costing $200 and up depending on the size and complexity of the motor. But the scooter trans-axle cost is astoundingly high at $1,500 and up. They say they are sealed unit and that they can not be repaired. In reality trans-axles are quite simple to repair and easily repaired. The only difficult thing are the scooter companies that will not come across with the parts and info we need in order for us to keep our scooters in good repair. So ii'd take the trans-axle down to the motor shop. They don't charge anything to check it out. When they do maintenance you will know its working right. When troubleshooting problem with scooter you eliminate half the machine when you eliminate the trans-axle. Get back to me once you've checked it out

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Jul 18, 2012

Under ideal conditons this scooter will go one half speed in reverse. On rough terrain it may be slightly slower. I am assuming that the speed control is all the way up (clockwise), the batteries are fully charged and in good condition. If all of these are true you may have a worn throttle potentiometer. It may have bad contacts on the potentiometer in the reverse section of the control. This control can be cleaned bu the solution is only temporary. I recommend replacing the throttle pot after teload testing the batteries to verify they are good. You should make a resistance check on the throttle pot to verify it is faulty before replacing it.

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Jul 08, 2012

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