i) Switch off the control system.
ii) Make sure that all connectors on the wheelchair and the control system are
iii) Check the condition of the battery. If you can't find the problem, try using
the self-help guide given in chapter 4 section 8.5.
8.5 Self-Help Guide
If a fault occurs, you can find out what has happened by counting the number of
bars that are flashing on the battery gauge.
Here is a list of self-help actions. Try to use this list before contacting your
service agent. Go to the number in the list that matches the number of flashing
bars and follow the instructions.
1 bar: The battery needs charging or there is a bad connection to the
battery. Check the connections to the battery and check the Power
Module battery connector. This is the 2-pole connector situated
between the two motor connectors. If the connections are good, try
charging the battery.
2 bars: The left-hand motor has a bad connection. Make sure that the
motor is connected properly and the Power Module connector M1 is
3 bars: The left-hand motor has a short circuit to a battery connection.
Contact your service agent.
4 bars: The right hand motor has a bad connection. Make sure that the
motor is connected properly and the Power Module connector M2 is
5 bars: The right hand motor has a short circuit to a battery
connection. Contact your service agent.
6 bars: The battery charger is preventing the control system from
driving the wheelchair. Disconnect the charger from the wheelchair.
7 bars: A Joystick Module fault is indicated. Make sure that the joystick
is in the rest position before switching on the control system.
8 bars: A Power Module fault is indicated. Make sure that all Power
Module connections are secure.
9 bars: The parking brakes have a bad connection. Check the parking
brake and motor connections. Make sure the control system
connections are secure.