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Jazzy 1120 goes in circles to the left. started only occasionally now always. sometimes turning pilot controller off/on corrects problem. motor brushes ok

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SOURCE: Wiring Diagram Pride Jazzy 1120

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Posted on Aug 28, 2009

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SOURCE: 2 lights blinking on control stick. and chair

sounds like you need a new motor. 2 flashes indicates left motor.

Posted on Nov 06, 2009

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SOURCE: The joystick is not sensitive enough, there is a

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

Posted on Jun 01, 2010

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SOURCE: my hand controler on my

GAdams You need to count the number of flashes. The number of flashes will give you the flash code or error code. IE: 3 flashes pause 3 flashes pause etc. = left motor short If you have your owners manual it should list the flash codes and what they mean for your chair. If not you can contact Pride Mobility @ 1-800-800-8586 and ask for Tech Support. If medicare paid for your chair the they will pay most of the repair cost. Contact the provider where you got your chair to see if they can repair it or refer you to a service Company that can. Hope this helps

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