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My flash code is SEVEN PAUSE SEVEN which indicates JOYSTICK FAULT.

What causes this? Could it simply just mean a re-set program done or is it usually a costly repair?

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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

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What does a flashing yellow light mean on the joystick? the light looks like the shape of a wrench.


Hi Judy,

According to Pride's troubleshooting documents the service indicator (wrench icon) will flash when a fault is detected by the dynamic controller.

The number of flashes, followed by a 2 second pause, indicates the issue. You will need to count the flashes to determine the cause and a possible solution.

I have typed the flash codes below, but you can also see them on a larger table here: http://www.fixya.com/support/p3641679-pride_jazzy_614_hd_jazzy_614hd/usermanual-6B42026-pdf

FLASH CODES
Code #1
  • Flash Code: One, pause, one
  • Cause: Possible Stall Timeout
  • Possible Solution: Turn joystick off, then on.



Code #2
  • Flash Code: Two, pause, two
  • Cause: Battery Fault
  • Possible Solution: Charge batteries, check battery connections and fuses.


Code #3
  • Flash Code:Three, pause, three
  • Cause: Left Motor Fault
  • Possible Solution: Make sure the left motor is plugged in.



Code #4
  • Flash Code: Four, pause, four
  • Cause: Right Motor Fault
  • Possible Solution: Make sure the right motor is plugged in.


Code #5
  • Flash Code: Five, pause, five
  • Cause: Left Park Brake Fault
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Code #6
  • Flash Code: Six, pause, six
  • Cause: Right Park Brake Fault
  • Possible Solution: Make sure the right brake is not in freewheel mode.


Code #7
  • Flash Code: Seven, pause, seven
  • Cause: Joystick Fault
  • Possible Solution: Check the joystick connection.



Code #8
  • Flash Code: Eight, pause, eight
  • Cause: Power Module Fault
  • Possible Solution: Check connections to the power module and batteries.


Code #9
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  • Possible Solution: Check bus connections from the joystick to the power module.


Code #10
  • Flash Code: Ten, pause, ten
  • Cause: Controller Fault
  • Possible Solution: Contact Technical Service for assistance.


Code #11
  • Flash Code: Eleven, pause, eleven
  • Cause: Incompatible Device Fault
  • Possible Solution: Contact Technical Service for assistance.


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