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Invacare Wheelchair Pronto M91 Base Maintenance Manual [Page 30]: Mpj+, Psr+, Psf+ Joysticks Or Displays

Invacare wheelchair owner's operator and maintenance manual.

   

MPJ+, PSR+, PSF+ Joysticks or Displays

SYMPTOM
SPM L Park Brake Fault or
SPM R Park Brake Fault displays
and wheelchair does not drive.
CHARGER PLUGGED IN displays.
SPM Battery Fault displays and the
wheelchair does not drive.
JOYSTICK TIMEOUT displays and
the wheelchair does not drive.
JS REV TOO LARGE
JS FWD TOO LARGE
JS LFT TOO LARGE or
JS RGT TOO LARGE
displays and the wheelchair does not
drive.
NEUTRAL TESTING displays.
BAD JOYSTICK CAL VALUES
displays and the wheelchair does not
drive.
SPM NOT CONNECTED
SPM Communications Fault
displays and the wheelchair drives
slowly.
ATTENDANT ACTIVE and
displays.
Batteries draw excessive current
when charging.
Pronto® M91™Base with SureStep®
PROBABLE CAUSE
Motor lock levers disengaged
(Error code E9 or E10).
Battery charger connected
(Error code E28).
Batteries need to be charged
(Error code E14).
Joystick or input device is
disconnected (Error code 32).
The joystick or input device is
sending a value outside of the
reverse, forward, left or right
limits (Error codes E01, E02,
E03 or E04).
The joystick neutral test has
failed (Error code E18).
The joystick calibration values
are outside of the expected
range (Error code E19).
The MPJ or Display module is
not communicating with the
control module (Error code
E200).
The controller has determined a
fault during a previous turn-off
process (Error code E41).
The Proportional or Digital
Attendant control is active and
can be used to drive the chair
(Error code W05).
Battery failure.
Electrical malfunction.
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SOLUTIONS
Engage motor lock levers. Refer to
Engaging/Disengaging Motor Release
Lever on page 54.
Unplug battery charger from the
wheelchair. Refer to Charging Batteries
on page 63.
Charge batteries. Refer to Charging
Batteries on page 63. If batteries fail to
charge properly, check battery charger
or replace batteries. Refer to Installing/
Removing the Batteries on page 57.
Turn Off power, reconnect the joystick
of input device and turn power On.
Replace joystick or input device.
Release the joystick and try to get the
joystick back into the center-most
position.
Recalibrate the joystick (joystick throw
procedure).
Check the connections between the
joystick or display and the controller.
Turn the power Off and then back On.
Replace the controller if necessary.
Turn the wheelchair Off and back On.
This is normal behavior.
Have batteries checked for shorted cell.
Replace if necessary.
Contact Dealer/Invacare for service.
Part No 1143153
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