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Jazzy 1143 power chair

I have 4 yellow bars and 3 red bars flashing rapidly. No pauses in between. Manual says right motor disconnected for 4 yellows and left motor disconnected for 3 reds. Have the shroud off, but do not see any wiring disconnected. Batteries are fully charged, but chair doesn't run and it won't turn on unless connected with the charger cord.

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Well if u need the charger on then batterys are dead and need to be recharged,or have the batterys checked make sure they are ok by testing a load on them at a local auto parts store for free,if no good make sure u get same type of battery and make sure it is a gel battery not a acid battery

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Please do accept the solution if the issue is resolved or else revert for further assistance.

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