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Where is the reset button on a quickie rhythm wheelchair

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This is a very good question. You need to to take this issue up with Quickie. Here is there link. The main office is in the USA.

http://www.quickie.com/

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Pull off the Big Wheels and see if you have Hair Wrapped around the Axel part of the wheel, sometimes when I used to have a manual wheelchair hair would wrap around it. If not, then it really could be your tires, especially if they have treads on them, you might have warn down the treads making it harder to push, so check both, if your treads are low, then you need new tires, you can either call the person who helped you get the chair, like a wheelchair Specialist or even try your local bike shop, I've gotten tires from them before, they aren't as good as the ones I get from my Wheelchair Specialist - Hudson Home Health Care, but they at the time were better than nothing.

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SOURCE: QTRONIX joystick for a Quickie P200 wheelchair diagnostics

Any reputable dealer will have a PnG or Qutronix programmer that plugs into the chair in order to program the profiles. This dealer obviously does`nt know that. Call a different dealer. 

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I suggest contacting the disabled living foundation (DLF). They are a uk organisation that has information on where you can buy or hire daily living equipment and sources of funding. DLF is a national charity that provides impartial advice, information and training on daily living aids.
website: www.dlf.org.au. phone: 0845 130 9177

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