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Pride MobilityWhat if the systems on my Jazzy 600/Jazzy 600XL seem to be "dead" (controller does not ... Each controller will flash a code via the battery ... 7. Joystick error. Contact your authorized Pride Provider. Four yellow LEDs ... This is indicated by the VR2/VSI speed ... flash in a numbered sequence followed by a 2-second pause
You can reset or clear the code by turning the chair off and back on. If the error remains you can use a dealer hand held programmer to read and determine the fault code. Then you can begin to fix the problem.
While replacing the batteries you may have bumped the brake releases. Release both and return them to the operate position. It is also possible to get one or both batteries backwards. This is a 24 volt system so pay close attention to the color codes on the cables. Be careful of shorts.
Check this website to find the type of controller your scooter has. The number of blinking lights will give you an idea as to the the problem is. You may need to reset the system after replacing the batteries. Check your manual for troubleshooting diagnostic codes. http://www.pgdt.com/scenter/diagnostics/diagvsi.html