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Margie,   Yes you may charge it overnight. If you use it everyday,charge it every night. Once the charger senses 24 volts it stops sending a charge,so they cannot be overcharged.  I suggest when you go to bed put on the charger and unplug it when you get up in the morning.

Invacare Supply... | Answered on Oct 02, 2020


i'm a approved service engineer and i cannot hold of one of these if they exist, do you have a issue with the lynx ?

Invacare Supply... | Answered on May 14, 2020


You should call the manufacturer for this type answer you need.

Invacare Supply... | Answered on Jan 02, 2019


Sounds like a wire has broken or come apart. If playing with the neck it starts sometimes that is the area that could be the problem.

Invacare Supply... | Answered on Oct 14, 2018


if you put pressure on the chair in one direction or the other while trying to disable the brakes it will make it difficult to move the lever.

I’m happy to assist further over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/bill_bcbb89783b08c489

Invacare Supply... | Answered on Mar 03, 2017


Hi flashing lights 8 times (Controller fault.). if the batteries haven't been used for several years U might have to replace them .U can buy a BATTERY LOAD TESTER OF E/BAY cost approx,$36..this will give U an accurate test on the condition of the batteries ,good luck
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Invacare Supply... | Answered on Nov 09, 2016


Make sure that you are charging the chair 12-14 hrs before driving. charge with the joystick on, make sure both freewheel levers are in locked position.

I’m happy to assist further over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/bill_bcbb89783b08c489

Invacare Supply... | Answered on May 15, 2016


If your chair is in freewheel (levers on back of motors not in drive) then the light will flash. But are the lights scrolling left to right or right to left? You can check for freewheeling by trying to push the chair from behind if it moves easily then it is in freewheel and you will have to move the levers to the drive position. You need to give more info of the flashing lights are all the lights flashing are only some flashing? etc

Invacare Supply... | Answered on Apr 05, 2016


The M91 has an onboard charger. When unplugging the charger power cord from the wall outlet does not stop the chair from being in the charge mode, The charger has to be unplugged from the wheelchair wiring harness or main control module under the plastic body parts. The on-board chargers fail like this sometimes.

Invacare Supply... | Answered on Jun 25, 2015


They are diagnostic codes to help troubleshoot a possible problem with your wheelchair. The lights blink in patterns. You have to count the number of blinks and what color they are.

Invacare Supply... | Answered on Jun 25, 2015


Test the battery voltage at the joystick where a programmer or charger would plug in. There are 3 holes, the top or number one hole is the positive hole for a voltage meter to plug into and the bottom or number two hole is the negative hole for the volt meter. Plug in the meter and see what the voltage is when sitting still and keep the meter in and see what the voltage does while you are driving the chair. The voltage should not drop more than 1 or 2 volts from that which you had when the chair was not moving. If the voltage drops more than that then there is a problem with charging or the new batteries. If the voltage remains good then the joystick or speed knob control could be the problem.

Invacare Supply... | Answered on Jun 25, 2015

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