Question about Pride Mobility Products Revo (3wheel)
I know what the problem is as I have had it no less than 3 times with my own Revo. The Throttle Pot needs replacing. Luckily they aren't very expensive and you can fit it yourself if you are a handy sort of person. It just involves turning a screw to take out the old one and put in a new one. You can find diagrams on how to do it on the Internet. If you call a mobility company to come out and do it for you, they usually charge about £50 as a Call Out Fee.
The Revos seem prone to this throttle pot problem. Hope you get it fixed soon.
Posted on Jun 21, 2011
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