Question about Pride Jazzy Select 6 Indoor Power Wheelchair
SOURCE: jazzy 1113 will not charge,
Most likely your charge isn't charging properly. You need a multimeter to test the voltage at the joystick. In the 3-pin femal connector measure the voltage across the two horizontal terminals. It should read about 24 volts. Now plug it into the charger and see if the voltage increases, if not, charger needs to be replaced. You can get one that plugs into the joystick on ebay a lot cheaper than going to the mfgr. about $50.00 or so. Even if the lights are blinking, it may not be putting out sufficient voltage to bring the batteries up.
Posted on Jan 08, 2010
The Output voltage 24 - 29v ,Usually 27v. (And 4 Amps)
The Pin arrangement is Negative to the Left, Inhibit in the Middle, And Positive to the Right Assuming your looking into the plug itself from the front.
Always check with a Voltmeter first though because there are some chargers with the Opposite Pin Arrangement.
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
Virginia sorry no. Your charger cannot pickup low batteries and charge them. You will have to purchase 2 new U1 batteries. If Medicare purchased your chair then they will pay for most of the cost of new batteries. If you bought the chair then I would look for a battery warehouse type store or an Interstate battery store and buy them there they would be somewhat cheaper than buying them from a provider. Hope this helps you
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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