Harbor Freight Tools 4_in_1 Quick Start Guide

QUICK START GUIDE
WARNING
in
To prevent serious injury:
1.Do not touch positive and negative battery clamps together.
2.Do not connect to the negative terminal of the battery.
1
OFF
Charge
Charge
Light
light
5
MIN
OFF
Charge
on back
DO NOT EXCEED CHARGE
TIME.
2
Connect
Battery Clamps
+
Grounded
Metal
_
Approximate AC Charge Time
Initial Charge: 48 hours
POWER PACK
4
Turn OFF
Vehicle Ignition
& Clamp Power
1
5
Wait 5 minutes!
AFTER TURNING
CLAMP POWER ON,
wait 5 minutes before
starting ignition.
THE VEHICLE WILL NOT
START IF YOU DON’T
WAIT 5 MINUTES!
Turn ON
Vehicle Ignition
START
Battery
Recharge: 30 hours
After the vehicle is started:
3
1. Turn OFF the Clamp Power.
2. Remove the Black Negative Clamp.
3. Remove the Red Positive Clamp.
Turn ON
Clamp Power
ON
Failure to maintain the battery
will void the warranty.
WARNING
This Quick Start Guide is not intended to replace the
Owner’s Manual & Safety Instructions. Read all safety
warnings and instructions therein to ensure proper
usage and to avoid personal injury.
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1
Open Air Hose
Compartment on
the back of the unit
and pull out the air
hose.
Turn ON
Compressor
OFF ON
3
4
O
I
2
Position the Tire
Inflator over the
valve stem and
push down firmly.
Press down on the
lever.
1
Three adapters
are included
with the Power
Pack that can
be attached to
the Tire Inflator.
2
Clamp Power
4
Turn ON
Appliance
Turn OFF
OFF
OFF
Monitor the
Air Pressure
Gauge until the
proper inflation
level has been
reached.
2
WARNING
3
Plug
Appliance into
Outlet
ON
DC
Turn OFF
Compressor
OFF
ON
O
I
1
Turn OFF
Appliance
Attach the
proper
adapter, then
follow steps
2-4 above.
To prevent serious injury:
1.Check the proper inflation level of the the object being inflated.
2.Monitor the Air Pressure Gauge on the front of the Unit.
3.Do not overinflate.
Typical DC Appliances & Run Times
Use this chart
as a guideline
only.
Actual power
usage may vary
based on the
model or brand
of the appliance.
Check the actual
wattage of your
appliances and
calculate the
amount of power
needed to start
and run them.
Estimated
Power
(Watts)
Estimated
Lifetime
(Hours)
• Fluorescent Light
• Cell Phone
4
50
• Radio
• Fan
• Depth Finder
9
26
• Video Recorder
• Spotlight
15
14
• Small Power Tool
• Bilge Pump
24
8
Appliance