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Thread: Does Quickie 646se Need to be Reprogrammed After Battery Change?

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    Does Quickie 646se Need to be Reprogrammed After Battery Change?

    Hi,

    I got new batteries in my 646se and it seem very "herky-jerky" now if you know what I mean. I am no rookie and can normally turn on a dime an navigate the tightest areas, but now, chair is very jumpy.

    Does it loose its programmed settings after batteries are disconnected?

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    No, it shouldn't need reprogramming after a battery change. Who changed the batteries, a DME?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CowboyCrip View Post
    Hi,

    I got new batteries in my 646se and it seem very "herky-jerky" now if you know what I mean. I am no rookie and can normally turn on a dime an navigate the tightest areas, but now, chair is very jumpy.

    Does it loose its programmed settings after batteries are disconnected?
    I'm really sorry that is happening. I don't know about the 646, I had a 626 and changing the batteries never affected the programming. I've never had that happen with any powerchair. I wonder what's happened to yours. We really do know our chairs so maybe you need to see the DME. Maybe a phone call to them or Sunrise would help.

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    Hi guys. Yes, switched at dme. Got new front and rear tires too as they were thread bare. I'll give them a call Monday.

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