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Jazzy 115 will not move. Controller has 3 red and one amber bar flashing

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Pride doesn't make a Jazzy 115. Please check your chair and owners manual to get the correct model so we can help. How old is the chair? The flash codes you are getting depend on the model, year it was born, and the tkype of controller installed.

Also, the flash code should be literally, flashes. 2 lights flash twice, stop, then go again, etc. They all mean something, so repost with more info please.

Posted on Jul 08, 2009

  • oregoon Jul 08, 2009

    Looking at past models, you probably have the Jazzy 1115 and those came with a PG Drives Technology Joystick/Controller. These will flash out a code when it senses a fault in the system. Here's the address for the fault codes http://www.pgdt.com/scenter/diagnostics/...



    Yours indicates a right motor disconnect and recommends checking the snap-on connections to that motor. A disconnect code can also occur when the motor shoots craps. An open winding would look like a disconnect to the controller and give this fault code. Sometimes the VSI controller will give you a false fault code when motors go out, so I should add that it could be the left motor, and not the right. Disconnecting the motors and swapping the connectors (left motor gets right motor supply connection, etc) and then restarting the chair should show a 2 red bar fault to indicate a left motor(which is actually looking at the same right motor but the computer thinks it is the left because of the switch of connectors)disconnect. If it does, then it is probably the right motor that's bad. If it's under warranty, Pride will replace it, if not, it's about $900.00, but if you got the chair through your insurance, they will pay for all of most of the repair cost. If you didn't, and don't have a thousand bucks lying around, you could try taking it to a reliable motor repair shop. They can test the motor to be sure it's bad, and for anywhere from $100 to $200, fix it good as new.



    These motors rarely fail like this, unless the chair has been driven in conditions not suited for it. The usual suspect is the owner got it stuck in wet grass, mud or sand and tried to drive it out of trouble. This really stresses the motors and leads to early failure. If you get into sloppy terrain, get out of the chair if you can, or seek help from someone to push you out. Good luck.

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