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your problem is related to the overload breaker on the chair you need to figure out why the breaker is tripping either due to batteries going bad or the brushes in the motor need adjusting or replaced , also you need to check the automatic brake is releasing completly a dragging brake will cause the auto reset breaker to trip
Your version has a Dynamic Controls model controller and joystick. Unplug the charger and engage the motor/brake lever so the chair is no longer in free-wheel mode (con't push by hand) Turn the chair off, wait 5 seconds, turn the chair back. If chair still does not run and your wrench is flashing you have a problem. Count the wrench flashes - the flash count indicates the error detected. 3, 4, 5, and 6 flashes indicate and error with the motors. 3=Left motor fault 4=Right motor fault 5=Left brake fault (may not be engaged) 6=Right brake fault (may not be engaged) Any other fault code usually means the electronics or wiring is bad and not worth fixing.
The wrench light indicates a problem count the number of flashes ie 4 flashes pause 4 flashes indicate a motor problem See my tips on flash codes. Once you get the flash code then you will have to get the chair repaired because there is no self fix for those errors Hope this helps
When you turn the chair on and move the jostick the wrench light will flash you need to count the number of times it flashes to determine whats wrong ie 4 flashes pause 4 flashes pause. If its 4 flashes then you have a motor problem see my tips on flash codes to determine the problem. Whatever the problem is you will have to have the chair fixed by a tech or the provider that sold you your chair Hope this helps