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  • Helen Graham

    Jazzy® 1113 ATS Power Chair Reviews

    (May 11, 2015)
    Category: Jazzy® Power Chair Reviews Can I add an adjustable head rest to Jazzy1113? Is it possible to add something to raise the height of the chair?
  • Thomas Tay...

    Jazzy® 614 and 614 HD Power Chairs Reviews

    (May 10, 2015)
    Category: Jazzy® Power Chair Reviews My Jazzy performed well until it came to a sudden stop with the battery charge lights, flashing from left to right and then right to left then off. They had been at full charge. Can anyone help? Is there a number to call? The on line trouble shooting chart doesn't list this one.
  • John sousa

    Q6 Edge® Power Chair Reviews

    (May 7, 2015)
    Category: Quantum Rehab® Reviews Can anyone help me fix my display . Its blinking off and on after my friend tryed to fix the date . Chair still works ok but cant see the display as its blinking off and on it a q6 edge
  • David Hubb...

    Q6 Edge® Power Chair Reviews

    (May 5, 2015)
    Category: Quantum Rehab® Reviews I have had the chair for 18 months. IN the first year I went through 3 sets of batteries. I live in a tsunami zone, so am very careful about keeping my batteries charged. It took at least a 2 months, each time, to get the new batteries, so I was unable to use my chair for 6 months out of 12. Now the pin that connects the front shock to the frame, broke the threads off in the frame, it has been another month, without my chair. I was told that this pin design is a weak point and is a very common problem, but pride says it my fault for driving on bad sidewalks, which are numerous where I live. I can say that the chair is fun to use, but is prone to many problems, which means I am stranded. I can not recommend the Q6, based on my first year, and a half, since it has sat in my garage for over 6 months out of the 18 months I have owned it. A $12,000.00 chair should be a lot more reliable.

    Q6 Edge® Power Chair Reviews

    (May 4, 2015)
    Category: Quantum Rehab® Reviews I sure do feel your pain, as y'all said Q6 is accident waiting to happen inside ones home. I have several jambs and holes in walls myself. My problem now is my speed went down to 1.8-2 mph and my suppiler will not repair since they are under a RAC audit. I have called 8 other suppliers and none will work on it either, all saying Medicare will not pay. It will take $1,600 to 2,000 to repair wherefore being on a fixed income it is out of the question for me to come up with that kind of cash. I bet one thing, I will not have a Pride again if they have the sorry electronics this one has, in four years this chair has had way too many repairs.

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