Question about Pride Mobility Products Used Jazzy 1120/2000 Electric Wheelchair
Maybe the motor brushes, there are two small black plastic screws on each motor, just undo the screws and in side you will find a spring attached to the motor brush, take it out take exact size of existing brush and look for a match on ebay prob about 3 pounds a pair i would recommend doing both brushes on both motors at the same time, once you fit the new ones you may need to turn the wheels by hand if they do not start properly, and it may be a bit juddery for a very short time if there were and particles left on the motor just to clean them off.that should solve your prob, if not then check the wiring and connector are not damaged and making contact.
Posted on Dec 02, 2013
SOURCE: We have a Jazzy 1113
The battery of the chair is dead. It will say its charged but then when you take it off it will die.
You have to replace the battery.
I had the same exact problem with my father.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
When you say inoperable I am assuming you are not getting a flash code on the joystick. I would check the wiring from the charge meter on the rear? console - you will see a yellow slug in the harness that has a fuse in it - check all the wiring from the meter as this can cause a 'power loss' problem. Of course, check the battery connections as well.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
SOURCE: My Jazzy won't move.
If your batteries are truly charge they should read around 24.5 VDC. And if the freewheel lever is engaged and you still have no movement your probably need to get into a service tech. Also check the circuit breaker on the chair.
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
Yes, the main controller module can be very expensive to replace. I would take it to a reputable dealer if the battery replacement does not help.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
SOURCE: Jazzy 1121 power chair won't go
It may not be the joystick. I have had the same problem before. The edel cable that goes from the joystick to the back of the wheelchair could be bad. You can try unplugging it and plugging it back into the joystick. Check the prongs on the cable and make sure their not broke. You can also try flipping the switch that is located down by the charger under the chair. The cable is around $200 and the joystick is quite a bit.
Posted on May 16, 2009
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