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I have a Jazzy 1120 the wheel or motor on right does not run smooth, like the other side , it seems like it hesitates for a second,and then runs rough.

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Sounds like the motor brushes need replacing.

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SOURCE: Wiring Diagram Pride Jazzy 1120

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The Jazzy wheelchairs have programmable controller. This includes the length of the pause before moving, speed, acceleration speed and deacceleration speed. You usually need a programmer to change the programming. You supplier should have one. For your nearest supplier have a look at the pridemobility website: www.pridemobility.com

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andre Your Jazzy uses 2 Group 24 batteries and I would get MK batteries they are very good and can last 3-4 years if taken care of. Follow their charging recommendations and you should get great service from them Hope this helps you

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