Question about Jet 3 Ultra Power Chair
Hi valentin 201
I have owned my own business for 3 years and have been working on scooters and powerchairs for 15 years. . In the future give as much info about the scooter as possible.
1. load test the batteries even if you think they are good, check anyway. Sometimes even new batteries won't hold a charge.
2. Your charger on the powerchair must have enough volts to open the charger inhibitor. That is, the charger won't even start up if your batteries are low. Both batteries need to have at least 20-22 vdc.
3. Some chargers have a 3amp fuse check that and repace if needed.
4. With a multi meter set on dc200 check your batteries. Red on one battery and black on the other. Check to see what you get for voltage. If no voltage reverse the lead wire to the other posts. Once you get a reading of 20+ volts watch the meter and plug in the charger, it should increase the volts on the meter. if not the charger is bad, replace. Charger should be 24-31 volts to be a good charger.)
One of these sugestions will fix the problem
Posted on May 03, 2011
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