Question about Pride Jazzy 614 Hd JAZZY 614HD
There are two possible likely problems here: the joystick "key" or contact on the printed circuit board is bad/worn or the joystick is defective. The "key" is the rubber button pad that you press to turn the PWC on and off. This keypad is carbon embedded rubber that makes contact on the printed circuit board underneath. When these age or get moisture, the contact on the board oxidizes and the rubber becomes de-carbonized resulting in a poor contact when the key is depressed. Cleaning the contact with rubbing alcohol and a light scraping tool works sometimes. Replacing the keypad is a must.
If these don't work then you have a bad circuit board in the joystick. Either replace the joystick or the PCB within it. PCB replacement must be done by a properly trained electronic tech or Curtiss\PG Drives who makes the joystick.
Posted on Mar 16, 2014
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