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did you put it in lockout accidentally? try this! turn off chair, press and hold the on button till a beep is heard, push and hold the joystick forward till a beep is heard, then pull back and hold joystick till beep is heard, turn off, and turn on. it should work now?
Do all of the speed lights flash at the same time or do they ripple from left to right? If they ripple from left to right the chair is in lock mode and you can use the unlock procedures from my tips to unlock. If they are all flashing at the same time you have an internal joystick problem and the joystick needs to be replaced Hope this helps
The chair should have a meter on the rear panel where the 9 pin connector for the joystick plugs into the chair when you plug in the charger cord the meter should move up and the lights on the joystick should flash indicating the charger is plugged in. When the chair is fully charged the meter should read zero or bounce up and down. Hope this helps
The VSI joystick controller of the Jet 3 with a flash code of 7 LEDs flashing on the battery condition display indicates a possible joystick fault.
The most likely problem is with the joystick gimble. You can also get a 7 bar flash if the joystick is out of the neutral position at start-up.
Run the joystick in a circle and back and forth feeling for any sticky or broken/dead spots. Check to see if the spring and gimble come back to center when you release it. Turn off the VSI and try centering the joystick. Turn the VSI back on and see if you can get the fault to clear.
The only recourse is to have the unit rebuilt or replaced . A rebuilt VSI will run about $500 and a new one about $1600. For this reason it is best to check with your insurance before performing the work to see if its a covered item. Hope this helps
How many flashes? Count number of flashes should be a slight pause then flashes the same number of times . Your manual will give you flash codes and you can determine what the problem is. If all the lights are flashing and there is no pause the chair could be in "lockout" Your manual should tell you how to get the chair out of lockout I think that Pride uses the joystick to get it out of this mode.. Turn the chair on move the joystick forward till you hear a beep then move the joystick to the rear until you hear another beep release the joystick and the lights should quit flashing Hope this helps
Hi. Different numbers of LED's flashing mean different faults.
Your machine can be in "lock " mode.
To unlock it, turn the machine on.
Move the joystick full forward until it beeps.
Then move the joystick full reverse until it beeps.
The machine should then work normally.
If you still have flashing LED's, count the flashes between the pauses, and let me know.
Good luck. Neil.
you got something silly going on there. about the only thing that would cause this is a problem in the joystick controller. take it to a local store that has a joystick programmer and get it fixed for cheap.