OPERATOR’S MANUAL
Portable Power 1150
Model No.
28.71988
Read and follow all Safety
Rules and Operating Instructions
before Every Use of this Product.
Save these instructions.
Sears Brands Management Corporation, Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A.
0099001002-01
CONTAINS SEALED, NON-SPILLABLE LEAD-ACID
BATTERY. MUST BE DISPOSED OF PROPERLY.
WARNING: Possible explosion hazard. Contact with
battery acid may cause severe burns and blindness.
Keep out of reach of children.
DieHard ONE-Year Full Warranty
When operated and maintained according to all supplied instructions, if this DieHard
product fails due to a defect in material or workmanship within 1 year from the date of
purchase, return it to any DieHard outlet in the United States for free replacement.
This warranty does not include light bulbs or the inflator hose and adapters, which are
expendable parts.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights; you may also have other rights, which
vary from state to state.
Sears Brands Management Corporation, Hoffman Estates, IL 60179
For customer assistance or replacement parts,
call toll-free from 7 am to 5 pm CT, Monday through Friday:
1-800-SEARS-64 (1-800-732-7764)
IMPORTANT: READ AND SAVE THIS SAFETY AND INSTRUCTION MANUAL.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS – Charge the jump starter internal battery immediately
after purchase, after every use and every 30 days. This manual will show you how to
use your jump starter safely and effectively. Please read, understand and follow these
instructions and precautions carefully, as this manual contains important safety and
operating instructions. The safety messages used throughout this manual contain a
signal word, a message and an icon.
The signal word indicates the level of the hazard in a situation.
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in
death or serious injury to the operator or bystanders.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result
in death or serious injury to the operator or bystanders.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result
in moderate or minor injury to the operator or bystanders.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result
in damage to the equipment or vehicle or property damage.
Pursuant to California Proposition 65, this product contains chemicals
known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other
reproductive harm.
1.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS – SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
This manual contains important safety and operating instructions.
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK OR FIRE.
1.1
Read the entire manual before using this product.
Failure to do so could result in serious injury or death.
1.2
Keep out of reach of children.
1.3
Use only recommended attachments. Use of an attachment
not recommended or sold by the jump starter manufacturer may
result in a risk of fire, electric shock or injury to persons or damage to property.
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1.4
Do not put fingers or hands into any of the jump starter’s outlets.
1.5
1.6
Do not expose the jump starter to rain or snow.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, turn off and/or unplug the jump starter before attempting
any maintenance or cleaning. Simply turning off the controls will not reduce this risk.
1.7
Do not operate the jump starter if it has received a sharp blow, been dropped or
otherwise damaged in any way; take it to a qualified service person. (Call customer
service at: 1-800-732-7764.)
1.8
Do not disassemble the jump starter; take it to a qualified service person when service
or repair is required. Incorrect reassembly may result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
(Call customer service at: 1-800-732-7764.)
RISK OF EXPLOSIVE GASES.
1.9
WORKING IN THE VICINITY OF A LEAD-ACID BATTERY IS
DANGEROUS. BATTERIES GENERATE EXPLOSIVE GASES DURING
NORMAL BATTERY OPERATION. FOR THIS REASON, IT IS OF UTMOST
IMPORTANCE THAT YOU FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS EACH TIME YOU
USE THE jump starter.
1.10 To reduce the risk of a battery explosion, follow these instructions and those published
by the battery manufacturer and the manufacturer of any equipment you intend to use
in the vicinity of the battery. Review the cautionary markings on these products and on
the engine.
2.
2.2
2.3
PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS
RISK OF EXPLOSIVE GASES. A SPARK
NEAR THE BATTERY MAY CAUSE A
BATTERY EXPLOSION. TO REDUCE THE
RISK OF A SPARK NEAR THE BATTERY:
2.1
Working in the vicinity of a lead-acid
battery is dangerous. Batteries generate
explosive gases during normal battery operation. For this reason, it is of utmost
importance that you follow the instructions each time you use the jump starter.
NEVER smoke or allow a spark or flame in the vicinity of a battery or engine.
Do not permit the internal battery of the jump starter to freeze. Never charge a frozen
battery.
2.4
2.5
To prevent sparking, NEVER allow clips to touch together or contact the same piece of metal.
When charging the internal battery of the jump starter, work in a well ventilated area
and do not restrict the ventilation in any way.
2.6
Be extra cautious to reduce the risk of dropping a metal tool onto a battery. It might
spark or short-circuit the battery or other electrical part that may cause an explosion.
2.7
Remove personal metal items such as rings, bracelets, necklaces and watches when
working with a lead-acid battery. A lead-acid battery can produce a short-circuit current
high enough to weld a ring or the like to metal, causing a severe burn.
2.8
Be sure the area around the battery is well ventilated while the jump starter is being used.
RISK OF CONTACT WITH BATTERY ACID. BATTERY ACID
IS A HIGHLY CORROSIVE SULFURIC ACID.
2.9
Consider having someone close enough by to come to
your aid when you work near a lead-acid battery.
2.10 Have plenty of fresh water and soap nearby in case
battery acid contacts your skin, clothing or eyes.
2.11 Wear complete eye and body protection, including safety goggles and protective
clothing. Avoid touching your eyes while working near the battery.
2.12 If battery acid contacts your skin or clothing, immediately wash the area with soap and
water. If acid enters your eye, immediately flood the eye with cold running water for at
least 10 minutes and get medical attention right away.
2.13 If battery acid is accidentally swallowed, drink milk, the whites of eggs or water. DO
NOT induce vomiting. Seek medical attention immediately.
2.14 Stay clear of fan blades, belts, pulleys and other parts that may cause injury.
•2•
2.15 Clean the battery terminals before using the jump starter. During cleaning, keep airborne
corrosion from coming into contact with your eyes, nose and mouth. Use baking soda
and water to neutralize the battery acid and help eliminate airborne corrosion. Do not
touch your eyes, nose or mouth.
2.16 Determine the voltage of the battery by referring to the vehicle owner’s manual and
make sure that the output voltage of the jump starter is correct.
2.17 Make sure that the jump starter cable clips make tight connections.
3.
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
FOLLOW THESE STEPS WHEN connecting to a BATTERY
A SPARK NEAR THE BATTERY MAY CAUSE
A BATTERY EXPLOSION. TO REDUCE THE
RISK OF A SPARK NEAR THE BATTERY:
3.1
Attach the output cables to the battery
and chassis as indicated below. Never allow the
output clips to touch each other.
Position the DC cables to reduce the risk of damage by the hood, door and moving or
hot engine parts. NOTE: If it is necessary to close the hood during the charging process,
ensure that the hood does not touch the metal part of the battery clips or cut the
insulation of the cables.
Stay clear of fan blades, belts, pulleys and
other parts that can cause injury.
Check the polarity of the battery posts. The
POSITIVE (POS, P, +) battery post usually
has a larger diameter then the NEGATIVE
(NEG, N, -) post.
Determine which post of the battery is
grounded (connected) to the chassis. If the
negative post is grounded to the chassis
(as in most vehicles), see step 3.6. If the
positive post is grounded to the chassis,
see step 3.7.
For a negative-grounded vehicle, connect
the POSITIVE (RED) clip from the jump
NEGATIVE GROUNDED SYSTEM
starter to the POSITIVE (POS, P, +)
ungrounded post of the battery. Connect the NEGATIVE (BLACK) clip to the vehicle
chassis or engine block away from the battery. Do not connect the clip to the carburetor,
fuel lines or sheet-metal body parts. Connect to a heavy gauge metal part of the frame
or engine block.
For a positive-grounded vehicle, connect the NEGATIVE (BLACK) clip from the jump
starter to the NEGATIVE (NEG, N, -) ungrounded post of the battery. Connect the
POSITIVE (RED) clip to the vehicle chassis or engine block away from the battery. Do
not connect the clip to the carburetor, fuel lines or sheet-metal body parts. Connect to a
heavy gauge metal part of the frame or engine block.
When disconnecting the jump starter, turn all switches to off (if applicable), remove the
clip from the vehicle chassis and then remove the clip from the battery terminal.
4.
Grounding and AC power cord connections
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK OR FIRE.
4.1
The jump starter charger is for use on a nominal 120volt circuit. The plug must be plugged into an outlet that is
properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local
codes and ordinances. The plug pins must fit the receptacle
(outlet). Do not use with an ungrounded system.
4.2
Never alter the AC cord or plug provided – if it does not fit the outlet,
have a proper grounded outlet installed by a qualified electrician. An improper
connection can result in a risk of an electric shock or electrocution. NOTE: Pursuant to
Canadian Regulations, use of an adapter plug is not allowed in Canada. Use of an
adapter plug in the United States is not recommended and should not be used.
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5.
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
Remove all cord wraps and uncoil the cables prior to using the jump starter.
6.
FEATURES
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7.1
7.2
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24.
Jump Start On/Off switch
Inverter/Compressor switch
Digital Display
Plastic lens cover
(2) Light bulbs
(2) 12V DC power outlets
(2) 110V AC household
power outlets.
USB port
Power Switch (Light/Display)
Air compressor gauge
Air compressor hose
Air compressor accessory bag
Air compressor ball inflation
adapter
(2) Air compressor
miscellaneous inflation adapters
ON/Off inflator/deflator switch
High-flow inflator port
Inflator/deflator hose end adapter
High-flow deflator port
Inflator/deflator hose
(2) Cables with clamps
(3) Inflator/deflator hose
device adapters
Wall Charger (not shown)
Charger Port
Replaceable Battery (not shown)
Charging the internal battery of the Jump starter
Important: charge immediately after purchase, after each use
and every 30 days to keep the jump starter’S INTERNAL BATTERY
FULLY CHARGED.
To check the internal battery’s charge status, toggle the Light/Display switch to the
DISPLAY position. The Digital Display will show the battery’s percent of charge. Charge
the internal battery if the display shows it is under 100%.
Note: The internal battery’s percent of charge is most accurate when the jump starter
has been disconnected from all devices and charging sources for a few hours.
Charging the Internal Battery using the Included Wall Charger.
1. To charge, plug the included wall charger into the charger port on the back of the
jump starter.
2. Plug the wall charger into a 120V AC electrical wall outlet.
3. While the jump starter is charging, the battery’s percent of charge will be displayed.
When the internal battery is fully charged, the display will show 100. Complete
charging may take up to 72 hours. The jump starter is then ready to use.
•4•
4. The charger will automatically go into maintain mode and maintain the battery at full
charge without damaging it.
5. Charge the jump starter as soon as possible after use.
Do not use the jump starter while charging the internal battery.
You may also charge the internal battery while driving, using a male-to-male charger
cable (part number 94500109 – not included). Insert one end of the accessory cable into
the 12V DC power outlet and the other end into the vehicle’s accessory outlet (lighter
socket). Completely disconnect the charger cable when the engine is not running.
Using this method to charge the battery overrides the maintain mode
and the battery can be overcharged. Monitor the progress of the battery and when it
reaches a full (100%) charge, disconnect the charger. Do not charge it for more than
four hours or leave the battery unattended. It could explode, causing property damage
or personal injury.
8.
8.1
8.2
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Digital Display Functions
To check the jump starter’s internal battery status, push the Display Button. The display
will show the percent of charge of the internal battery.
When connected to the vehicle with the Jump Start On/Off switch in the OFF position, the
display shows the vehicle’s battery voltage. When connected and in the ON position, the
display shows the equalized voltage between the vehicle’s battery and internal battery.
When the inverter is turned on and being used, the display will show the total wattage
used by the device being powered by the inverter.
Jump Starting a Vehicle Engine
Do not use the jump starter while charging the internal battery.
1. Turn the vehicle’s ignition OFF before making cable connections.
2. Connect the jump starter to the battery following the precautions listed in section 3.
Risk of Explosion.
If you have connected the clips backward, an audio alarm will sound. DO NOT
turn the On/Off switch to the ON position. This could cause serious damage to the
jump starter or the vehicle. Reverse the connections and the audio alarm will stop.
3. Crank the engine. If the engine does not start within 5-8 seconds, stop
cranking and wait at least 1 minute before attempting to start the vehicle again.
(This permits the battery to cool down.)
4. After the engine starts, disconnect the black clip (-) and then the red clip (+), in that order.
5. Recharge the jump starter as soon as possible after use.
Risk of Explosion.
To prevent sparking, NEVER allow the clips to touch together or to contact the
same piece of metal. Never attempt to jump start a frozen battery.
8.3
Powering a 12V DC Device:
The jump starter is a power source for all 12V DC accessories that are
equipped with a 12V accessory plug. Use it for power outages and fishing or
camping trips. Estimated usage time is listed in the chart below.
Make sure the device to be powered is OFF before inserting the 12V DC accessory plug
into the 12V DC accessory outlet.
1. Ensure that the battery clips are securely clipped on the storage holders.
2. Open the protective cover of the DC power outlet on the front of the jump starter.
3. Plug the 12V DC device into the DC power outlet, and turn the 12V DC device on
(if required).
4. If the 12V DC device draws more than 15A or has a short circuit, the internal circuit
breaker of the jump starter will trip and disconnect the power to the device. Disconnect
the 12V DC device. The breaker will automatically reset after an overload occurs.
•5•
The DC power outlet is wired directly to the internal battery. Extended operation of a 12V
DC device may result in excessive battery drain. Recharge immediately after unplugging
the 12V DC device.
Appliance Type
8.4
8.5
8.6
Estimated Wattage
Estimated Usage Time
Cell Phone
4 watts
66 hours
Fluorescent Light
4 watts
66 hours
Radio, Fan
9 watts
29.3 hours
Depth Finder
9 watts
29.3 hours
Camcorder, VCR
15 watts
17.6 hours
Electrical Tool
24 watts
11 hours
Electrical Cooler
48 watts
5.5 hours
Car Vacuum, Air Compressor
80 watts
3.3 hours
NOTE: Estimated run-times. Actual time may vary. Times are based on the internal
battery being fully charged and in good condition.
Using the USB Port
The USB port provides up to 500mA at 5V DC.
NOTE: When using the USB port, the clips on the jump starter are live and will produce
arcing or sparking if they come in contact with each other. To prevent accidental arcing,
always keep the clips on the storage holders when not using them to jump start a vehicle.
1. Ensure that the battery clips are securely clipped on the storage holders.
2. Plug the device into the USB port on the front panel.
3. Turn the Jump Starter On/Off switch to the ON position.
4. Turn the USB device on.
5. Reverse these steps when finished using the USB port.
6. Charge the jump starter as soon as possible after using the USB port.
Using the Built-In Light
1. Position the jump starter on a flat, stable surface near the intended work area.
2. Ensure the battery clips are securely clipped on the storage holders.
3. Press the Light Switch to the ON position.
4. The jump starter light will turn on and illuminate your work area.
5. Press the Light Switch to the OFF position.
6. Charge the jump starter as soon as possible after using the built-in light.
Using the Air Compressor
Risk of explosion.
Read the instructions of the product being inflated before using the compressor.
Avoid overinflation; do not exceed the manufacturer’s recommended pressures.
Do not leave the air compressor unattended during use.
1. Ensure that the battery clips are securely on the storage holders.
2. Remove the air compressor hose from the storage compartment in the back
of the jump starter. Install adapters as necessary.
3. Attach the air compressor hose to the product or accessory to be inflated by flipping
down the lever.
4. Place the Inverter/Compressor Switch in the COMPRESSOR position and inflate
the product.
5. When the product is inflated to the proper air pressure (using the air compressor gauge)
place the Inverter/Compressor Switch in the OFF position and remove the hose.
6. Do not run for more than 10 minutes at a time. Allow the jump starter to cool down for
10 minutes before using again.
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NOTE: To prevent overheating, the compressor has built-in thermal protection that
will turn the compressor off before it overheats. If the compressor shuts off, wait a few
minutes and it will automatically restart when the compressor cools.
NOTE: The air compressor is rated for 150 PSI.
Estimated Time for Inflating
8.7
Vehicle Tires 13" to 16"
6 to 24 minutes
Bike Tire
1 to 3 minutes
Sports Balls
30 seconds
These times are approximate; use the air compressor gauge to ensure the proper
pressure has been reached. Do not overinflate.
Using the Inflator
Risk of explosion.
Read instructions of the product being inflated before using the inflator. Avoid
overinflation, do not exceed the manufacturer’s recommended pressures. Do
not leave the inflator unattended during use.
1. Ensure that the battery clips are securely on the storage holders.
2. Attach the corrugated hose with end adapter to the high-flow inflator port
located near the inflator ON/OFF switch on the back of the jump starter.
3. The main accessory adapter attached to the corrugated hose accommodates up to 4
sizes. If another size is needed, an additional adapter can be attached to the end of
the main accessory adapter.
4. Insert the adapter into the product to be inflated.
5. Push the Inflator switch to the ON position and inflate the product.
6. When product is inflated to the desired level, push the Inflator switch to the OFF
position and remove the adapter.
Estimated Time for Inflating
8.8
8.9
24" Beach Ball
1 to 3 minutes
Pool Raft
4 to 6 minutes
Queen-size Air Mattress
4 to 8 minutes
2 Person Boat
8 to 10 minutes
Times are estimates and will vary depending on size and product features.
Using the Deflator
1. Ensure that the battery clips are securely on the storage holders.
2. Attach the corrugated hose with the end adapter to the high-flow deflator port, which
is located on the side of the jump starter.
3. The main accessory adapter attached to the corrugated hose accommodates up to 4
sizes. If another size is needed, an additional adapter can be attached to the end of
the main accessory adapter.
4. Insert the adapter into the item to be deflated.
5. Push the Inflator switch to the ON position and deflate the item.
6. When the product is deflated to the desired level, push the Inflator switch to the OFF
position and remove the adapter.
Before Using the Inverter
Important Safety Instructions:
1. Keep the jump starter well ventilated in order to properly disperse heat generated
while it is in use. Make sure there are several inches of clearance around the top and
sides, and do not block the vents on the back of the jump starter.
2. Make sure the jump starter is not close to any potential source of flammable fumes,
gases or clothing.
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3. Keep the jump starter dry.
4. DO NOT allow the jump starter to come into contact with rain or moisture.
5. DO NOT operate the jump starter if you, the jump starter, the device being operated or
any other surfaces that may come in contact with any power source are wet. Water and
many other liquids can conduct electricity, which may lead to serious injury or death.
6. Do not place the jump starter on or near heating vents, radiators or other sources of heat.
7. Do not place the jump starter in direct sunlight. The ideal air temperature for operation
is between 50° and 80°F.
8. Do not use the inverter near an open engine compartment where fumes or gases
may accumulate.
9. Do not modify the AC receptacles in any way.
8.10 Using the Inverter
It is important to know the continuous wattage of the device you plan to use with the inverter.
The jump starter must be used with devices drawing 400 watts or less. If the wattage is not
marked on the device, use only devices that draw less than 4 Amps of AC current.
Devices like TVs, fans or electric motors require additional power to start (commonly
known as the “starting” or “peak power”). The jump starter can supply a momentary
surge in wattage; however, even devices rated less than the maximum 400 watts can
exceed the inverter’s surge capability and cause an automatic overload shutdown.
Do not use the inverter with a product that draws a higher wattage than the inverter can
provide, as this may cause damage to the inverter and the product.
Make sure the device you are using is compatible with a modified sine wave inverter.
Always run a test to establish whether the inverter will operate a
particular piece of equipment or device.
In the event of a power overload, the inverter is designed to automatically shut down.
This safety feature prevents damaging the inverter while testing devices and equipment
within the 400-watt range.
If powering more than one device, start one device at a time to avoid a power surge
and/or inverter overload. The surge load of each device should not exceed the inverter’s
Continuous Operation wattage rate.
If you are using the power inverter to operate a battery charger, monitor the temperature
of the battery charger for about 10 minutes. If the battery charger becomes abnormally
warm, disconnect it from the inverter immediately.
You can use an extension cord from the inverter to the device without significantly
decreasing the power being generated by the inverter. For best operating results, the
extension cord should be no longer than 50 feet.
This inverter uses a nonsinusoidal waveform. Therefore, we do not
recommend you use it to power the following devices:
1. Switch Mode Power Supplies
2. Linear Power Supplies
3. Class 2 Transformers
4. Line Filter Capacitors
5. Shaded Pole Motors
6. Fan Motors
7. Microwave Ovens
8. Fluorescent and High Intensity Lamps (with a Ballast)
9. Transformerless Battery Chargers
Doing so may cause the device to run warmer or overheat.
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8.11
Powering a 120V AC Device
To operate a 120V AC device:
1. Ensure that the battery clips are securely on the storage holders.
2. Open the protective cover of the AC power outlet on the front panel of the jump starter.
3. Make sure the 120V AC device to be operated is turned OFF.
4. Plug the 120V AC device into the AC power outlet, and turn the Inverter/Compressor
Switch to the INVERTER position.
5. Turn the device on.
6. If the device does not operate properly when first connected to the inverter, push the
inverter rocker switch ON, OFF, and ON again in quick succession. If this procedure
is not successful, it is likely that the inverter does not have the required capacity to
operate the device intended.
7. Charge the jump starter as soon as possible after each use.
Risk of electric shock.
Incorrect operation of your inverter may result in damage and personal injury.
The inverter output is 120V AC and can shock or electrocute the same as any
ordinary household AC wall outlet.
120V AC Electrical Device Example Run-Time Chart
Appliance Type
Estimated Power
Estimated Time*
Spotlights, Sump Pumps, DVD Players
100 Watts
1.5 Hours
Faxes, TVs, Small Power Tools
150 Watts
1.25 Hours
Computer Printer, Medium Power
Tools, Blenders
200 Watts
55 Minutes
NOTE: These are estimated run-times, actual time may vary. Times are based on the
internal battery being new, fully charged and operated at room temperature.
NOTE: The maximum continuous load is 400 watts. Do not use the inverter with a
product that draws more than 400 watts, as this may cause damage to the inverter
and the product.
9.
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
After use and before performing maintenance, unplug and disconnect the jump starter
(see sections 3 and 4).
Use a dry cloth to wipe all battery corrosion and other dirt or oil from the battery clips,
cords and the jump starter case.
Ensure that all of the jump starter components are in place and in good working
condition, for example, the plastic boots on the battery clips.
Servicing does not require opening the unit, as there are no user-serviceable parts.
All other servicing should be performed by qualified service personal.
10.
10.1
10.2
10.3
Moving and STORAGE INSTRUCTIONS
Store the jump starter in an upright position.
Store inside, in a cool, dry place.
Do not store the clips on the handle, clipped together, on or around metal, or clipped to
cables. The clips on the jump starter are live and will produce arcing or sparking if they
come in contact with each other. To prevent accidental arcing, always keep the clips on
the storage holders when not using them to jump start a vehicle.
10.4 If the jump starter is moved around the shop or transported to another location, take
care to avoid/prevent damage to the cords, clips and jump starter. Failure to do so could
result in personal injury or property damage.
Do not use and/or store the jump starter in or on any area or surface
where damage could occur if the internal battery should unexpectedly leak acid.
•9•
10.5 IMPORTANT:
• CHARGE IMMEDIATELY AFTER PURCHASE
• KEEP FULLY CHARGED
Charge the jump starter internal battery immediately after purchase, after every use
and every 30 days.
All batteries are affected by temperature. The ideal storage temperature is at 70° F. The
internal battery will gradually self-discharge (lose power) over time, especially in warm
environments. Leaving the battery in a discharged state may result in permanent battery
damage. To ensure satisfactory performance and avoid permanent damage, charge the
internal battery every month.
11.
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
The jump starter won’t jump Jump Start/USB Switch is
start my car.
not turned ON.
REASON/SOLUTION
Turn ON the Jump Start/
USB Switch.
Clips are not making a good
connection to the battery.
Check for poor connection
to battery and frame. Make
sure connection points
are clean. Rock the clips
back and forth for a better
connection.
The jump starter battery is
not charged.
Check the battery charge
status by pressing the
button on the front of the
jump starter. See DIGITAL
DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
section of this manual.
The vehicle’s battery is
defective.
Have the battery checked.
The 12V device is not
turned on.
Turn on the 12V device.
The jump starter battery is
not charged.
Check the battery charge
status by pressing the
button on the front of the
jump starter. See DIGITAL
DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
section of this manual.
The 12V device draws more
than 15A or has a short
circuit
Disconnect the 12V device.
The internal breaker will
automatically reset after a
minute or two. Try the 12V
device again. If it happens
again, replace the 12V
device.
The battery in the jump
starter won’t hold a charge.
The battery is bad (will not
accept a charge).
Have the battery checked.
The jump starter alarm
is on.
Connections are reversed.
Disconnect the jump starter
and reverse the clips.
The jump starter won’t
power my 12V device.
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12.
SPECIFICATIONS
Internal Battery Type
Maintenance-free AGM Lead-acid
Nominal Voltage
12V DC
Capacity
22 Ah
DC Power Outlet (Max. Continuous Load)
15A (both outlets combined)
Built-in Work Light (Non-replaceable)
(2) 5W/12V Dc (Base type BA9S)
Jumper Cables
4-gauge awg, 24 Inches
Dimensions (H x W x D)
12 H x 11.5 x 10.5 Inches
Product Weight
24.5 lbs.
AC Power Specifications
13.
Maximum Continuous Power
400 Watts
Surge Capacity (Peak Power)
800 Watts
No Load Current Draw
<0.3 Amps
Wave Form
Modified Sine Wave
Input Voltage Range
10.5 - 15.5V DC
AC Outlets
Two, 120V AC 3-Prong NEMA 5-15
REPLACEMENT PARTS/accessories
Air Compressor Accessory Kit (3 Hose Adaptors)...........................................0099000599
Inflator Accessory Kit: (Inflator/Deflator Hose, Unit End and 3 Hose Adaptors)....0099000598
Male-to-Male Accessory 12V Charging Connector..............................................94500109
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