20 Most Recent Pride Jazzy 1113 ATS Indoor Power Wheelchair Questions & Answers


check wiring and pcb in your chair...it may be loose connection in between the path

Pride Jazzy 1113... | Answered on May 01, 2018


No idea what you mean as I don't do "text speak". Please use words.

Pride Jazzy 1113... | Answered on Dec 15, 2017


Hi I would invest in a battery LOAD TESTER .it will give u an accurate reading on the batteries conditon Cost approx.$35 dollars on E,,/BAY..cheers.
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Pride Jazzy 1113... | Answered on Nov 13, 2017


You need to charge each battery individually with an automotive NON automatic battery charger until at least 10 volts is reached. The chair charger will not charge a battery unless that voltage is present.

Pride Jazzy 1113... | Answered on Sep 03, 2017


When the charger is on and connected, there is an inhibit circuit that prevents the chair from moving while charging the battery.

Pride Jazzy 1113... | Answered on Sep 03, 2017


Your chair uses two U-1 batteries.

Here's the manual:

http://www.pridemobility.com/includes/download.php?f=Owners_Manuals/US_Jazzy/US_Jazzy_1113_ATS_om.pdf


Since you're about to replace them anyway, you might try something else first..
Your charger is a "smart" charger. If the charge on the batteries is too low, the charger won't recognise them as bateries, and won't charge them.
Get access to the batteries (it's in the manual) and disconnect them. Keep track of where the wires came from. Use an old, non-"smart", car charger to put a quick charge on them. Bring them up to 12 V each, or just an hour apiece.
Hook everything back up and try it again with the Pride charger.

Good luck.

Pride Jazzy 1113... | Answered on Dec 30, 2016


The flash of the speed lights indicate that you are in the charger inhibit mode and if the charger is not plugged in then you have a problem that needs to be checked by a tech or your provider that sold you your chair Sorry I don't have a quick fix

Pride Jazzy 1113... | Answered on Dec 30, 2016


Hello, this may be a late answer. I would have returned to the technician for answers, also. It may be possible to regenerate batteries so hang on to them until you have them tested. Hope this helped .

Pride Jazzy 1113... | Answered on Oct 17, 2016


It depends on how it and the wheelchair are wired and how the voltage is derived.

Presumably the 24 volt wheelchair requirement is provided by two 12 volt batteries connected in series and these could be recharged in series by a 24 volt charger and a pair of wires or by a 12 volt charger providing a 12 - 0 - 12 using three wires where one 12 is a positive in relation to the 0 and the other is a negative in relation to the zero making a potential difference of 24 volts.

There could conceivably be circuitry within the wheelchair that requires only 12 volts for recharging and causes the two batteries to be charged separately, though while this method could be desirable and offer some benefits it would be considered unnecessarily expensive and complicated for most commercial purposes.

As usual you really need to know what is supposed to happen or is designed to happen before fault-finding can begin. One of the wires could be a safety ground wire but most likely it is used to provide some sort of feedback to the charger from, perhaps, a thermal switch close to the batteries so charging will cease if too much heat is generated.

Pride Jazzy 1113... | Answered on Nov 02, 2015


Go to Pride Mobility website/ http://www.pridemobility.com/jazzy/
and get manual for Jazzy 1113 it is found on page 31 but manual for jazzy113ats doesnt have codes. Good luck.

Pride Jazzy 1113... | Answered on Jul 02, 2015


Have the joystick controller tested. Make sure the cable is fully seated in the chair connector.

Pride Jazzy 1113... | Answered on Feb 24, 2015


Doesn't matter. When you plug in the charger it automatically shuts off power to the scooter. If it doesn't then look inside the charger plug for a broken wire

Pride Jazzy 1113... | Answered on Feb 24, 2015


Visit:Peeplo.com/Free+Repair+Manual & im almost sure as i have a disability scooter when its not in use use a decent trickle charger they can be left plugged in for up to 3 months,so your batteries are fully charged all the time & plug back in even if you do a 100 yards trip,lets be honest the batteries are not cheap,so get the most out of them.or if not in use for any period after they are fully charged disconnect them.

Pride Jazzy 1113... | Answered on Jul 28, 2014


If it is the older VSI controller, turn on chair. as the battery lights scroll, hold the joystick in the (UP) position until you hear a beep. Then immediately place the joystick in the (down) position until you hear a beep. then place the joystick in center position, once you hear the beep for the final time, it should be unlocked.

If you have a Dynamic controller, turn on chair then press the horn button to unlock.

Pride Jazzy 1113... | Answered on May 21, 2014

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