Question about Pride Jazzy Select Elite
New batteries placed in. power light (red)and green light both come on green when plugged into charger but joy stick shows that battery not fully charged
Posted by Anonymous on
First measure the voltage of the batteries at the charging socket of the joystick.
Posted on Nov 06, 2014
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Posted on Dec 16, 2010
batterys may be to low for charger to pick them back up.Sounds like new batterys to me .dobble check that charger just in case by volt testing the neg and positive wires on one battery ,When its hooked up .then do the other to see if power is getting where its suppose to be. Your checking for volt changed .Battery charger checks out good replace batterys that should do it.
Hope I was of some help have a good day.
Posted on Jan 17, 2011
With a Pride Scooter the charger will turn green if its fully charged and if there is a bad connection in the wiring with the batteries. If you plug in the charger and the light comes on green right away then there is a problem with the wiring or connections. Take a voltmeter and read the voltage at each battery. Fully charged they should be 13-15 volts each. If they are less than 12 volts then they are not charged and the charger is not working correctly. If the batteries are really low like less than 8 volts each then the scooter might not come on at all. If you find that the batteries have at least 12 volts or more then there is a wiring problem from the rear of the scooter to the front tiller. Pride has a habit of developing problems in the harness running from the rear to the tiller. My suggestion is to contact your provider (where you got the scooter) and have them troubleshoot the scooter. If the scooter is less than a year old then it should be under warranty and your provider will have to fix it under warranty. Sorry I don't have a quick fix for you but scooters are notoriously bad to troubleshoot and repair, especially long distance. Hope this helps you
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
make sure you have the batteries installed correctly positive to positive
Posted on Oct 14, 2012
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