4.0 STORAGE TIPS
Store your chair in a clean, dry area. If you fail to do so, parts may rust or corrode
and/or cause damage to controller.
Before each use, make sure your wheelchair is in proper working order. Inspect and
service items according to the "Maintenance Chart" on page 32.
If stored for more than three months, disconnect batteries and have your chair
inspected by an authorized Gendron dealer before use.
Will not move
Steering is not straight
Will not Freewheel
6.0 OPERATIONAL PROBLEMS
Most of the operational "problems" reported to the manufacturer turn out to be related
to the batteries. Before reporting a POWER WHEELCHAIR failure, carefully check
Check battery connections: If they are corroded, clean them thoroughly. Make sure
there are no nonconductive materials, such as grease, oil, or corrosive build up
between the connections, then tighten the connections.
Charge batteries for 12 hours: If, after charging, the above checks appear to be
satisfactory but the problem still exists with operation, contact your Gendron dealer.
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
Check battery voltage.
Check wire connections and circuit breakers.
Make sure charger is unplugged.
Turns easier in the direction the front casters are trailing.
Check wire connections and that both motors are
Casters may be bent.
Check wire connections and assure that both motors are
Check that electric brakes are both engaged.
Check that electric brakes are both disengaged.
Check push button on joystick, be sure power is off.