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Chair is sluggish. Chair behaves like battery is low. Both lights indicate fully charged. Short period both indicate low battery. After plugging into charger joystick & charger indicate full charge in less than 30min. Golden Alante. Do not know Model and can't find on chair. Mom purchased new a decade ago. Fuse replaced in charger few months ago. Am not mechanically inclined.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
As her to explan to you how she recharges the batteries and how often she recharges the batteris, make sure she is following the owners manual. http://www.ctmhomecare.com/PDF/Owner_Manual/User%20Manual-2800%202800.pdf Explan to her the batteries can NOT Overcharge, Also trace the wiring for breaks or disconnections.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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a 7 Flashe code. There is a joystick fault. Make sure the joystick is in the center position and then power off and on again. Check all your couplings. make sure when turning on the unit you only mash the power button for 1 sec. 2-3 sec will put the unit in "Lock out mode".
This ierror will also be present if the joystick is off center when powered up. If you experience these symptoms, you must first make sure there is no physical damage to the joystick preventing it from returning to the center position. Then turn the power off and back on again (making sure the joystick is not depressed in any direction. If the joystick repeats this error, the controler much be replaced. email@example.com
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
It sounds like a battery problem more than anything. If it were a fuse, the chair would not move at all. When batteries are stored, they need to be kept charged by charging every couple of week or so (ideally). There may be other problems causing this, such as a short somewhere or a problem with one of the motors/brakes/electronic componets draining the batteries, but I feel this is unlikely given what you have described. I would have the batteries checked at a dealer with a proper battery tester. Preferably have the charger checked at the same time. We use a specific battery/charger tester in our shop that is connected to a computer and will give a graph of the battery/charger condition. This way there is no arguments as to whether the batteries or charger is faulty. Hope this has helped.
Posted on Mar 24, 2010
The battery charger is only made to last 1 year if you
re lucky. They are all made in China very cheaply and some only last a matter of months. If you are on Medicare they will replace the charger if necessary after a year. Good luck, hope this helps
Posted on May 16, 2010
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