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When turned on battery indicator lights flash rather than indicating battery level and chair will not function

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The flashes are indicating a problem with the chair. Count the number of flashes and that will tell you the error code and what the problem is ie 4 flashes pause 4 flashes indicate a right motor problem. your users manual should have the error codes in it to explain what each is Hope this helps

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