Hi i have a tga breeze mobility scooter,which has a penny& giles solo controller fitted,it is comming up with 6 bar fault code which in my book it says a inhibtor fault,check wiring so how do i check the wiring many thanks adie
I have a shoprider mobility scooter has soon has i turn on it goes about 5 yards and stops and the alarm comes on i think it has something to do with the brake system could anyone advise me on what it could be thanks
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Hi again ring TGA PARTS FOR A PRICE ON CONTROL BOX 0117 329 1740 good luck i think u need to check THE BATTERIES condition buy a BATTERY LOAD TESTER .OF E/BAY COST APROX ,$35 ,.THIS WILL GIVE U A TRUE READING ON THERE CONDITION,,. Cheers
I've never had much luck getting information like this for most joysticks, and have never gotten it for Penny+Giles stuff. You may have the best luck looking for a used replacement joystick on eBay or Craig's List.
This problem may depend on which main controller your chair has fitted. It should be a Penny & Giles GC controller. US versions should have a GC3 whilst here in the UK, it would be fitted with a GC2. However, the diagnostic flash codes for these two controllers should be the same. The reason im slightly confused is that you say 5 flashes mean your charger is connected at power up, when in fact it should be a Right Motor Wiring Fault. 9 flashes is indeed a Solenoid Brake Fault, or in other words, the wheelchair is in 'Free Wheel' as you have described. Therefore, IF your controller is in fact a Penny & Giles GC, 7 flashes would mean a Joystick fault. There is not much you can do to diagnose this other than checking connections between the Joystick and main controller. If these are OK, it is likely that a new Joystick controller will be required as having these fixed is usually not cost affective. Hope this is of some help to you.
This usually occurs when either the battery charger is still plugged in when the button is pressed to turn on the wheelchair, or if the joystick has got 'Locked'. On the majority of electric wheelchairs you can lock the joystick control so that the wheelchair cannot be moved, for instance, it it was left outside a shop. You would need a manual for the controller from the manufacturer to tell you how to unlock it. You should be able to find this online somewhere. Most controllers on shopriders are made by Penny & Giles (P&G Drives Technology). Hope thats helpful to you...