Question about Golden Technologies Alante' Power Chair
Well a 7 flash is a remote fault check to make sure joystick is connected properly,or contact dealer
Posted on Jan 19, 2014
That`s most likely your problem. When left uncharged for that long of a period,the batteries will discharge below 12 voltDC. The charger only recognizes 12 volts and up. So the charger can`t bring your batteries back up over 12 volts. You will need to get them on a slow charger,like a car charger or have them replaced. If you know someone or have a voltmeter,set it on DC and check each battery. If it is below 12 VDC,they need to be put on a slow charger or replaced.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
SOURCE: chair not holding charge
It's your batteries. If they charge at all, your charger is okay, if not at all, new charger is in order.
Don't run your batteries down past half-disharge if you can avoid it. Charge daily or even more often if you are a road warrior, but try to keep them topped off. They don't have a memory.
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
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