MK Batteries are the best on the market, bar none.  If they try and  supply 
you with vented lead acid batteries, let the manufacturer know using your  
vin or serial number of your chair.  Make sure that lead-acid batteries do  
not void any manufacturer warranty.
Best Wishes
In a message dated 12/1/2016 7:45:01 P.M. Central Standard Time, writes:

I'm in almost the same exact situation as you Greg...I have  a meeting 
tomorrow with my medical supplier to help with trying to get a new  
is over 7 years old and losing power just like yours...i used to  get about 
8 miles also when I had the jell type batteries my chair originally  came 
with  but they will only replace mine with the acid type when the  original 
ones wear out, they said due to cost and etc.  I hope I can get  a new chair 
with the jell batteries and keep this for a back-up....because my  old back 
up chair is shot.  Dan H**

On Thursday, December 1, 2016 5:48 PM,  greg <> wrote:

The chair  shop just sent a guy out to check my chair, to see why the 
batteries are not  holding a charge. I get about 3 to 4 miles. I use to go 8 
miles fine. I do not  think he knew his butt from a hole in the ground. All his 
answers were “Charge  it longer, needs 12 hours a day” I've been in a chair 
34 years, never charged  it 12 hours a day and I wet 13 miles one day. Just 
got new batteries 2 ½  months ago. He did no real testing other than an 
Amp? Meter. They will replace  the batteries, and hope its that. Hope its not 
the chair draining them for  some reason. I'd like to get it at least running 
good before I get a new one.  I'd like to keep it as my backup.

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