20 Most Recent Pride Mobility Products Jazzy 1103 Ultra Electric Wheelchair with Powered Seat Lift by Pride Mobili - Page 7 Questions & Answers

Hi,please rate me as in thumbs up 1 to 4,im disabled myself & i do cause i care & not for money.I suggest ring age concern,im sure they will point you in the direction of a scooter repair agent in your area.Hopefully you should be mobile soon,take care Colin.

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Aug 04, 2010

Your scooter requires two long-lasting, 12-volt, deep-cycle batteries that are sealed and maintenance free. They are recharged by an off-board charging system. ! Charge your scooter’s batteries prior to using it for the first time. ! Keep the batteries fully charged to keep your scooter running smoothly. READING YOUR BATTERY VOLTAGE The battery condition meter on the tiller console indicates the approximate strength of your batteries using a colour code. From right to left, green indicates fully charged batteries, yellow a draining charge and red indicates that an immediate recharge is necessary. To ensure the highest accuracy, the battery condition meter should be checked while operating your scooter at full speed on a dry, level surface. The off-board charger supplied with your scooter is equipped with a 115/230 voltage switch. Confirm that this switch is in the proper position for your locality. If you are not sure what the voltage is in your country, contact your local electricity dealer before inserting the charger power lead plug into your wall socket. If the setting is incorrect, the charger will not function properly. Slide the voltage switch to the appropriate position. The fuse controls the internal wiring harness.When its remove the wires controlling the scooter stops functioning.And due to that battery stops drawing. Thanks. Keep updated for any more query. You can rate this solution and show your appreciation.

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Jul 07, 2010

After about 6 months sitting without being charged the batteries rarely recharge properly. Bad news is you likely need new batteries.

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Jun 27, 2010

I have searched extensively, for a service manual, schematics etc, however i was unable to find any. I suggest you contact Pride, and ask them for a service and repair manual. I have included links, to Pride, also their troubleshooting procedures, and the other one is for your user manual, which will be handy. Sorry I couldn't help more.

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Jun 04, 2010

You have moisture in the electronics. Purchase a can of electronic cleaner and spray all the electronic connections to remove any moisture. Make sure you purchase electronic cleaner which will remove the moisture and dry in seconds.

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Mar 09, 2010

hi, check the connections that goto the rear of the chair,

This is normally a troublesome area, make sure the connections are clean and fit well.


Pride Mobility... | Answered on Jan 09, 2010

Sounds like your joystick is damaged. This chair probably has a PG Drives Technology joystick that serves as both the joystick control and acts as the power control module. If it has been damaged by say, running into a wall or doorway or table, this can be the cause, or if it has gotten moisture inside it, that will hurt it as well. Other possibilities are overloading the chair past its weight capacity or driving it over unstable terrain like sand, gravel, much etc.

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Aug 28, 2009

Assuming you didn't get the PC board mounted inside the top of the tiller assembly wet, or the power controller located under the shroud, then you likely either have one or two of the batteries that are bad, or a bad charger. You will need a voltage tester that you can pick up cheap for about $6.00. Set to the DV voltage setting in the 50-100 volt scale. Remove the seat and the shroud and test the voltage at each battery. If good, they should read about 12.25 volts or more, not higher than 14. If one is normal and the other lower, say 10 Volts, that low one is bad, but you should probably replace both with fresh gel batteries, fully charge before using. If both batteries are about 12 VDC, then plug in the charger to the chair as usual, and take another voltage test on each battery. The voltage should read higher now that the charger is on. If they aren't, then your charger has no output. Some chargers you can test output voltage on without them plugged in by testing across the two horizontal pins on the 3-pin connector that you plug into the chair. The output voltage should be about 26 volts. If it is 24 or less, you need a new charger. Good luck.

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Jul 24, 2009

sounds like a loose terminali had a similar problem on my scooter and i fixed my problem by tightening those up

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Jun 24, 2009


Health & Beauty | Answered on Aug 08, 2020

i suggest you find your instruction booklet. maybe you put it on too tight too loose but unknown without the booklet

Health & Beauty | Answered on Aug 07, 2020

Perhaps indicating that the battery cannot be charged

Health & Beauty | Answered on Jul 28, 2020

Contact Tan America to request an assembly diagram, then follow it in reverse.

Health & Beauty | Answered on Jul 27, 2020

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Health & Beauty | Answered on Jul 25, 2020

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Health & Beauty | Answered on Jul 24, 2020

A few questions. How old is the chair? When was it last given a service? This sounds like a power supply issue.
Try the basics first. If the batteries are removable, disconnect them and check the connectors are clean and shiny. Does the battery have a full charge in it? Is the hand control settings set too low?
If the chair is used a lot and it is an older model the batteries could be starting to get old. Batteries lose their ability to deliver power as they age. If they are OK you might need to get the motor checked. Older models use 'brush' type motors which gradually wear out over time.

Health & Beauty | Answered on Jul 13, 2020

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