Manual 10784014
Trouble Shooting
1. Pump slowly moving the water:
• Check to make sure the power source is fully charged
• Check and clean the connections between the pump and power source
• Make sure hose has no kinks
• Fluid may be too thick for the pump
• Check and clean the filter
2. Pump not pumping water:
• Check and replace 5 amp fuse if necessary
• Check power source
• Turn off pump, wait three seconds and turn on pump
• Check and clean filter
• Pump has reached end-of-life
• Check hose for blockage
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Charge N’
Guide d’installation
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Guía de instalación
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960-0600 Rev A. 5/09
Charging the Battery:
Before using the battery pack for the first time, allow the unit to
charge for at least 8 hours.
Charge N’ Flow Portable Pumps
Maximum Pump Volume (OPEN FLOW)
280 GPH/1060 LPH
Gallons (water) per Charge
Approx. 100 Gallons
Charge Time
10-12 Hours
Voltage - Pump
12 Volt
1. Pump with Quick Disconnect Fitting and Fuse
2. Battery Terminal Power Adaptor
3. Vehicle Power Adaptor
4. 8’ Lay Flat Hose
5. Spray Nozzle
6. Case with Integrated Battery
7. Battery Charger
Power Options
This product is designed with two different adaptors and a
rechargeable battery enclosed in the carrying case to allow the
consumer to choose which power source will best suit their needs.
Always make sure your hands are dry when attaching the different
power adaptors to prevent electrical shock. Do not attach the
power adaptors when your hands are wet.
Always connect and disconnect the power adapters by tightly
holding the plastic connectors. Never try to disconnect by pulling
on wires.
Battery Clips
Note: Red Clip is Positive (+) and Black Clip is Negative (-)
1. Place the pump in the fluid to be transferred
2. Attach the connector on the battery clips to the connector on
the pump wire
3. Attach the clips to any 12 volt vehicle battery (car, truck, boat,
RV etc.)
4. The pump will turn on
5. Pump fluid
6. Disconnect battery clips from terminals
7. Rinse and drain pump and hose for storage
Lead-acid batteries (typically found in boats, RVs
and vehicles) produce hydrogen gas during normal
operation. Hydrogen gas is flammable, explosive
and harmful to breath. Only use the optional battery
clips in a well ventilated area. Open compartment
and allow a sufficient amount of time for the gases
to escape before attaching the battery clips.
Vehicle Power Adaptor
1. Place the pump in the fluid to be transferred
2. Attach the connector on the vehicle power adaptor to the
connector on the pump wire
3. Insert the adaptor into to any 12 volt vehicle power receptacle
(car, truck, boat, RV etc.)
4. The pump will turn on
5. Pump fluid
6. Remove adaptor from power receptacle
7. Rinse and drain pump and hose for storage
Integrated Battery Option
1. Place the pump in the fluid to be transferred
2. Attach the connector on the pump wire to the battery wire
connector mounted in the case
3. The pump will turn on
4. Pump fluid
5. Disconnect battery from pump
6. Rinse and drain pump and hose for storage
DO NOT leave the pump unattended attached to the
battery. Failure to remove the battery from the pump will
discharge the battery completely, damaging the battery.
1. Plug the battery charger into a standard 110 volt electrical
2. Attach the charger to the battery
3. Allow the battery to charge for 10 - 12 hours for a complete
4. After the battery is fully charged, remove the battery from the
charger to prevent the battery from discharging through the
WARNING Use only the supplied battery charger. Any other
type charger may cause damage to the unit and
the surrounding area. Do not allow the charger
to remain attached to the battery for longer than
twelve (12) hours.
The battery will lose a charge if it has not been used for an
extended period of time. It may need to be recharged before use.
The battery and charger can get very warm to the touch during
the charging process. This is part of the normal charging cycle
and should cool when the unit is disconnected from the wall
Special Instructions:
This case contains a 9.6 volt Nickel Metal Hydride battery. In
the event the battery can no longer hold a charge or becomes
damaged, please dispose of the battery according to your
local laws and regulations.
Battery Care
These battery packs have been specially paired with a charger that
provides the longest lifespan of the battery. To extend the life of
the battery, always allow the battery to receive a full 10-12 hour
charge on the charger. Shortening the time on the charger will
cause the battery to retain a “memory” and will cause a lower
amount of energy stored.
Never attempt to open the battery pack and expose the individual
cells. If the battery pack becomes damaged, do not try to charge
a damaged battery pack.
If any liquid from the battery comes in contact with your skin,
wash quickly with a mild detergent and water, neutralize the liquid
with a mild acid such as vinegar and consult a doctor if necessary.
If the liquid gets into your eyes, flush with clean water for 15 minutes and consult a doctor for further instructions.
Do not for any reason try to incinerate the battery pack. The battery
pack can explode, cause severe injury and create toxic fumes.
Important Notes
• This unit is not to be used for potable water
• Charge N’ Flow has the ability to pump diesel, water, lake
water, salt water, and anti-freeze
• Always inspect the pump and charger wires before each use
• If the wires have been damaged or split replace them
• Make sure the pump is securely connected to the power
adaptor and make sure the hose is securely fastened on the
end of the pump
• Disconnect the pump when the battery begins to get low.
Allowing the pump to remain attached will discharge the
battery too much and could damage the unit.
• Clean the unit after use with fresh water
• Allow your kit to dry before storing it
• Don’t run the pump without fluid or with a closed spray nozzle
for more than two minutes
• Don’t subject the pump and its components to extreme
environments which may exceed 105ºF
• Clean the case with pressurized air or wipe the cavities with a
damp cloth. For stubborn dirt or grime, use a mild detergent
This pump is designed for use with fresh water, salt
water, diesel and anti-freeze. Use with any other
hazardous, caustic, or corrosive material could result in
damage to the pump and the surrounding environment,
possible exposure to hazardous substances, injury and/
or explosion. !
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