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Heavyduty Jazzy... | Answered on Sep 17, 2018

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19 posts - ‎16 authors Medium Back Seat Contoured Medium Back (standard). ... Comments: My jazzyscooter goes forward and side to side but the reverse makes a quick .... Strengths: Tough chair - town I live in doesn't have many curb cuts, but chair will climb ....Maneuvers poorly through (Handicap) doorways, due to rear locked caster wheels.

Heavyduty Jazzy... | Answered on Nov 29, 2015

yes nplug battery charger in and wait till batterys asre fully charged and turn off,if it doesnt u got water or moisture in the joystick and need a new one

Heavyduty Jazzy... | Answered on Dec 30, 2014

you move the joystick and can hear something quicking in the motors

Heavyduty Jazzy... | Answered on Dec 30, 2014

Further to my above answer,
check all connector blocks and make sure they are clean and not corroded if they are clean with emery paper or replace as needed. it might also be the motor brushes that are not making contact properly, these are located on the sides of the motor under a small black cover about the size of a UK 1p these unscrew and the brushes pull out, there is a spring attached that pushes the brush against the motor, take them out (one on ether side of each motor 2 in total to each motor) and clean with alcohol or similar, be careful not to damage them, as they are out use a Hoover to suck out any dust particles out of the motor housings, just put the tube over the holes you removed the brushes from and suck. then back to the brushes, when they are clean and dry replace them back in to the slot you removed them from, do not force, they should slide back with ease you need to place the spring and the gold cap back in and hold it there as you place the cover back and tighten up the covers, you will need to turn the spring cap around until it slot in. see picture

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Heavyduty Jazzy... | Answered on Jul 23, 2014

Jackie I looked on the Pride Website and threy showed them behind each drive wheel above the motor facing the rear of the chair. Lift to place in freewheel and push down to engage. I hope this helps you

Heavyduty Jazzy... | Answered on Jul 23, 2014

Yes, try removing the cat you ran over last week.

Actually, the clunking could be several things. First, check to make sure that the nuts holding the wheels on are very tight. If they are pneumatic, check the tire pressure to see if it is at the proper level. If they are flat-free, these tires won't have valve stems and have a semi-solid core instead of a tube. Chairs that sit in one place over a period of time will develop a flat spot on the tires. Usually, if it hasn't been too long, they will go away with driving and or warm weather and driving, otherwise, you need to replace the offending tire or buy some earplugs.

Heavyduty Jazzy... | Answered on Jul 23, 2014

There are two levers located on the base of the chair on the left and right sides. Depending on the model, they will be located on top of the base on the front section of the chair base, or on the rear or on the lower sides. Most rotate 90 degrees to disengage the gears so you can manually push the chair. Others are moved up and down, or in and out. Return them to the locked position when done.

Heavyduty Jazzy... | Answered on Jul 23, 2014

Page 20 will describe how to remove the seat.

P38 and on will describe how to change the batteries.

Hope this helps Pride Mobility Products Corp Product Owners Manuals Specification Sheets

Heavyduty Jazzy... | Answered on Mar 24, 2014

joystick may need to be reprogramed

Heavyduty Jazzy... | Answered on Jan 20, 2014

If your chair is run by a Pilot VSI controller, the error code----3 red/4 yellow/ 1 green---indicates a controller failure. I am having controller problems of a different kind on a Jazzy 1107 and it appears that few shops will work on the controller. Replacement is very costly.

Heavyduty Jazzy... | Answered on Jul 10, 2013

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