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U need a programer o reset that joystick to the new motor,so call the dealer have them send out a qualified tech with a programer to check error codes and reprogram
Posted on Jan 20, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check your controller program using PP1programmable for PG drive controller ( VSI,VR2,and Pilot+) or using Dynamic wizard for Dynamic Controller (DX,DL,Commando,SHARK, and RHINO)
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
you have either bad batteries or a bad charger or the charger might have come unplugged at the controller or power module. When you have the charger plugged in and you turn on the joystick the lights on the joystick should ripple to indicate the charger is plugged in. If you don't see this ripple then either the charger is bad or disconnected. Trace the charger cable from the rear of the chair (you have to remove the seat and shroud to do this) to the front module and make sure that the cable is plugged in. Hope this helps
Posted on Oct 23, 2010
Sounds like you have a blown seal on your left gearbox. The only permanent solution is to replace the left brake/motor gearbox assembly. Not exactly a do-it-yourself repair. to verify, you can pull the seat off to inspect with a flashlight or tip the chair up at 45 degrees on the right drive wheel to inspect.
In my experience this is a common problem. It may take some time for enough gearbox grease to ooze out and cause the gearbox to fail. If you run the chair inside the house it will get messy very quickly and the grease stains are difficult to remove. If the chair is upwards of 4 or 5 years consider replacing left and right motor/gearbox assemblies. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 17, 2010
SOURCE: I have an Invacare Pronto
mad check the freewheel levers under the front of the seat on the base make sure that they are in the drive mode turn the chair on and you should be good to go. Have the power off move the levers back and forth and leave in the drive mode then turn the power on and you should see normal lights and operation Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
SOURCE: When I turn on controller
Do all of the speed lights flash at the same time or do they ripple from left to right? If they ripple from left to right the chair is in lock mode and you can use the unlock procedures from my tips to unlock. If they are all flashing at the same time you have an internal joystick problem and the joystick needs to be replaced Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 28, 2011
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