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This is answered in the electronic version of the Hoveround Owners Manual and Tecnical Troubleshooting Guide available on ebay.

NRS Hoveround... | Answered on Nov 14, 2013


An electronic version of the Hoveround Owners Manual with technical service guide can be ordered for download on ebay.

NRS Hoveround... | Answered on Nov 14, 2013


Be sure the free-wheel \ brake release handles are set to drive\lock position prior to turning on. After that, if chair still does not move, you will need to count the flashes on the joystick to determine the error or issue with the chair.
A user manual can be purchased on ebay.

NRS Hoveround... | Answered on Nov 14, 2013


The batteries in that chair are lead acid and are ok to leave
plugged in.

NRS Hoveround... | Answered on Sep 07, 2013


You can yes, The batteries are lead acid and it wont hurt them.

NRS Hoveround... | Answered on Aug 14, 2013


Remove the black webbing strap over the battery covers by squeezing the plastic pinch clip. Remove the cover carefully so that you do not yank any of the leads. Using a wrench loosen the bolts that attach the leads to the posts, be careful if there is any corrosion that may irritate your skin. Check the fuses to make sure they are still good; if not they are regular automotive fuses that are inexpensive and can be found at any auto parts store. Remove the plastic caps or any packaging from the new battery posts and seat the batteries on the tray, connect the leads to the posts as indicated and tighten with a wrench. Turn the power chair on to make sure the connections are good and that you get power. Replace the covers, and tighten the straps. You may want to use the power chair until the battery is used up before you charge it fully for 8-12 hours; this will ensure that the battery gets FULLY cycled and any buildup inside the battery from it sitting on the shelf in the store is burned out. Make sure that you charge the power chair after a full day's use for 8-12 hours (overnight), not after every trip as overcharging can cause damage. If the power chair in not going to be used for a while, continue to charge the batteries at least one day a week to keep the batteries fluid.

NRS Hoveround... | Answered on Jul 07, 2013


VSI - Replacement of
Keypad
1. Using a scalpel or similar tool, peel off the
existing Keypad.
2. Carefully clean the area to which the new
Keypad will adhere, ensuring no internal contamination of the unit. An
alcohol-based cleaner is recommended for this.
3. Carefully fit the new Keypad, ensuring the
pads of the keys are not touched and remain clear of any contamination.
4. Test the VSI to ensure all functions operate
correctly.

NRS Hoveround... | Answered on Jun 17, 2013


check all wires very carefully might have pulled one loose during battery changeout, a wire can look connected but not be

NRS Hoveround... | Answered on Dec 25, 2012


below the joystick

NRS Hoveround... | Answered on Nov 23, 2012


You have a loose connect or a fault component in a circuit board. This is a medical device and should either be covered by the manufacturer or, if too old, you may br eligible for a new unit through your insurance company. Please contact the manufacturer for a service call. It is not a Do It yourself project. If under warrantee, you can run into issues with invalidating warrantee or if your insurance company is still paying a lease on it (as durable medical equipment) you can run into problems with them by trying to Do it yourself. Finally, if you do open it up and work on it yourself, the manufacturer has very little liability if it suddenly turns left and throws you down a set of stairs. leave it to the pros and let them document the repairs and work it through the insurance system as appropriate. Good luck

NRS Hoveround... | Answered on Nov 23, 2012

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