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E-TON
ECO Electric Bycyle
OWNER’S MANUAL
Copyright ©2008-2009 ETON America, all rights reserved.
WELCOME
Thank you for purchasing an E-TON electrical bike. E-TON takes pride in
a worldwide reputation for quality research, design , production and
service .We wish you have many years of enjoyable and safe riding.
E-TON electrical bike are designed for safety and comfortable. The Users
Manual contains maintenance schedule, maintain procedures you can easily
precede and basic information of daily uses. For replacing parts and
accessories, we strongly recommend using genuine E-TON products because
they’ve been specially designed for your electrical bike and
manufactured to meet E-TON’s demanding standards.
When you need service, please remember that the dealer closest to you
knows your electrical bike best and is interested in serving you
complete satisfaction.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Your responsibilities
2. Rescription
3. Warning stickers locations
4. Parts Location
5. Serial Number
6. Parts Function
7. Derailleur twist shifter
8. Brake controls
9. Main power control switch
10. Inspection
11. Operation
12. Posture and form
13. make stop
14. How and when to generate transmission
15. Charging
16. Directly Charge
17. Dividable charging
18. Folding and assembling procedure
19. Folding
20. Assembling
21. Maintenance
22. Check Items
23. Specifications
24. Warranty
25. Wiring Diagram
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SAFETY PRECAUTION
★ Read this manual and all labels carefully and follow the operating procedures described.
1. Don’t exceed line of minimum insertion as adjusting the seat post.
2. Always inspect all quick-release each time you use it to make sure the electric bike is in
safe operating condition.
3. Don’t dis-assembly by yourself.
4. Don’t make a turn substantially to avoid any possible danger.
5. Always ride slowly and be extra careful when operating on harsh terrain.
6. Don’t dash with lowering your head and never disperse your attention.
7. Don’t operate on excessively icing, slippery or hilly terrain.
8. Never consume alcohol or drugs before or while riding electric bike.
9. Don’t wear long skirt or wide clothing that might be drawn into rotating parts.
10. Never attempt stunts, such as wheelies or jumps. Don’t try to show off.
11. Always keep both hands on the handlebar and both feet on the pedals while riding.
12. Don’t wear high-heeled shoes the some unfavorable ride shoes.
13. Operating electric bike on well paved Bike-Road is recommended.
14. Release throttle grip when riding on downhill road.
15. Be sure of the battery is proper charged before every ride.
16. Do not ride on the electrical bike as if there is anything abnormal.
17. Use genuine spare parts by E –TON.
Please take a note of all warning items written on the owner’s manual.
! WARNING indicates that serious injury or death may result.
!CAUTION indicates possible equipment or property damage could occur.
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DESCRIPTION WARNING STICKER LOCATIONS
(1) Handlebar quick-release warning sticker
(2) Stem quick-release warning sticker
(3) Frame quick-release warning sticker
(4) Seat post quick-release warning sticker
(5) Battery pack pull out sticker
(6)Power Indicator sticker
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PARTS LOCATION
(1) Handle bar
(2) Rear brake lever
(3) Front brake lever
(4) Throttle grip
(5) Speed grip
(6) Safety switch
(7) Handlebars
(8) Handlebars quick- release
(9) Stem quick- release
(10)Front wheel quick- release
(11)Frame quick-release
(12)Seat quick-release
(13)Battery lock ring
(14)Power Indicator
(15)Folding pedals
(16)Tires
(17)Brakes
(18)Mudguard
(19)Kickstand
(20)Battery Pack
(21)Saddle
SERIAL NUMBER
Please record the frame and engine serial numbers
for future reference. The frame serial number is
stamped underneath of the frame where the nick
name is B-B end.
The motor serial number is shown on the left side of
the motor cover with a bar code sticker pasted.
FRAME NO: MOTOR NO:
(1) Frame serial number
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(2)Motor serial number 7
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PARTS FUNCTION
POWER SWITCH
ECO is driven by electric motor and the power switch is on the right hand side. Turn the switch to position means
power is energized. Turn the switch to , power will be disconnected. 8
! WARNING
The switch can also be used as an emergency switch for safety.
THROTTLE GRIP
The throttle grip is on the right hand side of handlebar and operated by the rider’s palm. Turning the
throttle grip toward rider opens the throttle.
When the throttle grip is released, spring tension shuts the throttle automatically
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SPEED GRIP
Speed grip is on the left handlebar and controls 6-speed
freewheel by hand turn. When numeral a“6”, the chain
engages at the smallest gear of freewheel. If you want to
change speed, just turn speed grip toward rider’s side. If
the chain is engaged on small gear, you have to pedal
heavily and gain higher speed. On the contrary, speed is
slower and pedaling easier if chain is on big gear.
! WARNING
Never turn speed grip by compulsion if the chain located at “1” or “6” gear. Otherwise, it will result parts
damage or cause chain to fall off. It may possible to get rider injured if the condition occurred.
BRAKE LEVER Rear Brake Rear Brake lever is on
the left hand side of handlebar. Pull the rear brake lever to stop
the bicycle by clipping the rim.
Front Brake The front brake is operated by front brake lever
near right hand side of the handlebar.
! CAUTION
There is a contact switch equipped on each of rear and front
brake lever and it will cut off power supply once apply brake
lever. The throttle grip will actuate only after releasing brake
lever. DO NOT rotate throttle grip while applying brake.
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KEY SWITCH
1. The key switch has 3 settings, “ON”, “LOCK”, “OPEN”
“ON”
represents power is energized.
“LOCK”
represents power is disconnected and battery pack is locked for security.
“OPEN”
represents power is disconnected and battery pack is free to take away from bicycle.
INSPECTION
Before riding, please check following items. Mark sure you are familiar with all controls and their
operation. Check the ECO condition before and after every riding. It only takes a few minutes and
could make you riding safely.
1. Check grips whether crack and come off.
2. Check tires pressure and condition.
3. Check throttle grip whether operating smoothly.
4. Check handlebar whether secured.
5. Check brake pad wearing situation.
6. Insure brake parts operating normally
7. Check engagement and tension of the chain
8. Check speed-change gears’ operation.
9. Check each quick release and other securing parts.
10. Check folding pedals if in correct position.
11. Check battery pack if in correct position.
12. Check power indicator if illumination.
13. Check saddle if secure
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OPERATION
TO TURN ON THE POWER
1. Position ECO on flat road and stand on left hand side of the bicycle.
2. Turn the key switch to “ON” position.
RIDING
1. Push bicycle forward slightly and let kickstand bounce by spring.
2. Riding on the saddle.
3. Change power switch to position and make sure the power indicator is illuminated.
4. Check road condition and stamp pedals for 2 rounds.
5. Rotate the throttle grip, motor starts running.
★ Power will be cut off when apply front or rear brake. After releasing brake, pedal
again if bicycle’s speed is too slow to 1 make throttle grip having no function.
★ When power indicator flashes every 1 second, power remains for riding 4-6 km and it
will be cut off within short time if flashes every 1/8 second.
★ Keep charging battery whenever you are not riding.
RIDING POSTURE
For comfort, balancing, controlling and safety,
★ Keep head and eyes up, looking ahead, rather than at the ground.
★ Keep shoulders relaxed and back straight.
★ Bend elbows slightly and hold them away from body.
★ Always keep hands on the handlebars..
MAKE A STOP
1.Choosea flat ground.
2.Stand left side of the bicycle.
3. Steps on the kickstand bottom by right foot.
4.Pull bicycle, by both hands, backward and kick up the stand.
! WARNING
1. Under any circumstance, always apply rear brake first and then front brake.
2. Don’t speed up when riding on a downhill path
3. Pay more attention to road condition and obey traffic regulation.
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HOW AND WHEN TO CHANGE SPEED
ECO has a 6-speed (derailleur) system. Rider changes speed only by turning speed rig on the left hand side of
handlebar.
Road condition
Flat
Gentle slope
Steep or hilly slope
Proper speed
5 or 6
3 or 4
1 or 2
! CAUTION
1.
2.
3.
4.
To prevent the chain falling off, do NOT pedal backward while changing speed
To prevent the parts damage, do not turning speed grip as the bike stop.
To prevent the parts damage, change the gear gradually.
For long-term storage, engage speed at 6 for releasing mechanical tension.
CHARGING
ECO can be charged in two ways.
(1) Directly charging: Remain battery pack on bicycle and connecting with charger. Plug charger into
power outlet on wall.
(2) Charging separately from bicycle: take away the battery from bicycle and charging wherever power is
available.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR CHARGING
Directly charging:
(1) Turn the key switch to “LOCK” position.
(2) Connect charger cable to the battery pack and then plug into power outlet.
(3) Turn on the switch of charger.
(4) During charging process, green light goes flashing continuously until battery is fully charged after 4 ~ 5
hours.
Green light illuminates steadily represents charging process has been accomplished.
2. Charging Separately from Bicycle:
(1) Loose the seat quick-release and pull up the seat posts slightly.
(2) Turn the key switch to“OPEN"position and take out the battery pack.
(3) Lay down the battery pack and connect the charging wire.
(4) Put the battery pack back to bicycle and turn the key switch to“LOCK"position.
(5) Lock the seat quick-release firmly after adjusting the seat posts. 2
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! CAUTION
1. The charging process is preceded inadequately if the red light illuminates while charging. Check
connector/wire if red light still illuminates and please contact the dealer closest to you.
2. Keep the battery pack away from direct sunshine, rain or heavy moisture while charging.
3. Keep children free from the area of charging battery.
4. Even though there is a built-in fuse in battery pack, for better life of parts, do not charge battery
continuously more than 24 hours.
5. Make sure switch off power when you are going to inspect or replace fuse.
6. If there is any peculiar smell or high temperature while charging, please stop charging and
contact your dealer for repair.
7. Don’t use the same power outlet with other electric equipment when charging battery.
8. Don’t lift electric socket with wet hand.
9. Don’t let battery pack fall down and neither heavily impact battery pack.
10. Don’t disassemble the battery pack without professional instructions.
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FOLDING AND ASSEMBLING PROCEDURES
Folding
1. Slightly pull the pedals inwards, then fold.
2. Loose the seat quick release and lower the height of the seat.
! CAUTION
As folding any part, please watch out
your hands for the safety reason.
3. Release the quick -release of the handlebar and lower it.
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4. Release stem quick-release and bend.
5. Release the frame quick-release
and press fixing pillar.
6. Folding the frame.
7. Firm the frame with fixed ribbon.
ASSEMBLING
1. Loosen the ribbon.
2. Straight the frame.
3. Secure the frame and fix quick-release
! CAUTION
As folding any part, please watch out your hands for the
safety reason.
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4. Straight and secure the stem quick release
5. Adjust the handlebar to a suitable height.
6. Adjust handlebar angle then fix the quick release
C
CAUTION
!
There is “Minimum Insertion” line marked on the
post of seat and handlebar and don’t pull to exceed
it.
7. Adjust the height of seat.
8. Centering the saddle, secure the quickrelease.
9. Reset the pedals.
! CAUTION
Thoroughly inspect again after assembly the
bicycle.
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MAINTENANCE
1. Wipe bicycle by dry cloth and use neuter cleaning agent to clean if necessary.
2. Wiping with thin lubrication oil on metal parts if ever cleaned by water.
3. Wipe plastic, painted parts by dry cloth.
4. Increasing maintenance frequency if riding in heavy moisture or rainy area. Apply greases on the function and
rotating components.
MAINTENANCE
CHECK ITEMS
1 .Check front and rear brake if brake pads having any serious wearing. Check brake cables if rusted or broke.
2. Check wearing condition of rims.
3. Inspect operation of speed change gears if those are normal.
4. Check all quick-release of bicycle if secured firmly.
5. Check tire pressure.
6. Cleaning bicycle and parts.
7. Check power plug and socket if loose or oxidized.
8. Check speed grip if turning normally.
Specifications
Vehicle Model
Type
Total length
Seat height
Axle Distance
Battery type
Battery Power
Charging time
Rims size
Motor type
Rated power
Speed change
Max climbing angle
Max speed
Cruising Range
Size after folding
ECO
Foldable
1640 mm
860mm ~ 970mm
1140 mm
Airtight battery
12V-12Ah
4 –8 hour
20"×1.75
Brushless DC motor
200W
6 speeds
12°
25km/hr
25km
Length 860mm
Series
Standards
Total width
Weight
Front fork
Battery
Battery durability
Input voltage
EB1
20”
550mm
34kg
Shock absorb type
2 pieces
6 month
95V – 250V (AC)
Width 890mm
Height 460mm
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WARRANTY
OBLIGATION
Under this limited warranty, E-TON will repair or replace, at our option, any part proven to be defective in
material or factory workmanship under normal use for the applicable period stated below. Parts will be
repaired or replaced without cost only during the warranty period.
OBLIGATION OF BICYCLE OWNER
The owner must, at his own expense, perform all the scheduled maintenance in accordance with the
maintenance schedule in this Owner’s Manual to be covered under this warranty.
TERM OF WARRANTY
This warranty covers this bicycle for a period of six months from the date of purchase.
EXCLUSIONS
This warranty does not cover failures other than those resulting from defects in material or factory
workmanship. This warranty does not cover replacement of expendable maintenance items made in
connection with required maintenance services including, but not limited to: tires/inner tubes, brake shoes,
control cables, grips, spokes & nipples, battery. In addition, this warranty does not extend to the bicycle
used for racing, competition, and commercial uses, including rentals.
WIRING DIAGRAM
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ETON America, LLC.
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ECO
(Electric Bike)
E‐TON ECO Electrical Bicyle
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Ref# Part No. OEM
1
E0100‐3JB0‐1700 1
E0100‐3JB0‐2200 1
E0100‐3JB0‐3400 2
E012A‐3JB0‐0000 3
G7240‐3JB0‐1000 4
G720A‐3JB0‐0000 5
G741A‐3JB0‐0000 6
E0121‐3JB0‐0000 7
H7144
H7144‐3JB0‐0000 3JB0 0000
8
H7143‐3JB0‐0000 9
H7145‐3JB0‐0000 10
H7146‐3JB0‐0000 Page 1 of 12
Description
FRAME ASSY.,(SILVER)
FRAME ASSY.,(RED)
,(
)
FRAME ASSY.,(BLUE)
FRAME FOLDING QUICK RELEASE
SADDLE STEM
SEAT ASSY.
STEM POST QUICK RELEASE
HOLDER BATTERY BAND
SADDLE STEM WARNING
SADDLE STEM WARNING
FRAME FOLDING WARNING
STICKER,E‐CO (L)
STICKER,E‐CO (R)
Required
Qty
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E‐TON ECO Electrical Bicyle
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Ref#
1
2
3
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Part No.
OEM
E030A‐3JB0‐0000 E3200‐3JB0‐0000 D3620‐3JB0‐0000 Description
HEAD PARTS
SUSPENSION FRONT ASSY.,
V‐BRAKE ASSY.,(HJ‐806AD)
Required
Qty
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1
E‐TON ECO Electrical Bicyle
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Ref#
1
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Part No.
OEM
E317A‐3JB0‐0000 E316A‐3JB0‐0000 E3166‐3JB0‐0000 E3180‐3JB0‐0000 E3170‐3JB0‐0000 E3100‐3JB0‐0000 H7141‐3JB0‐0000 H7153‐3JB0‐0000 C1803 3JB0 0000
C1803‐3JB0‐0000 Description
LEFT SHIFTER ASSY.
RIGHT ACCELERATOR ASSY.
L/R GRIP HANDLE
BRAKE LEVEL ASSY. (R)
BRAKE LEVEL ASSY .(L)
HANDLE BAR COMP
HANDLE BAR WARNING STICKER
POWER INDICATOR STICKER
CHARGER BAG
CHARGER BAG
Required
Qty
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2
1
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Ref#
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Part No.
OEM
E3172‐3JB0‐0000 E3173‐3JB0‐0000 E3173
3JB0 0000 E545A‐3JB0‐0000 E345A‐3JB0‐0000 D3620‐3JB0‐0000 H3938‐3JB0‐0000 I2140‐60001 Description
SPEED CABLE‐OUTER CASING(F)
SPEED CABLE‐OUTER CASING(R)
SPEED CABLE
OUTER CASING(R)
BRAKE‐CABLE ASSY(F)
BRAKE‐CABLE ASSY(REAR)
V‐BRAKE ASSY.,(HJ‐806AD)
SPIRAL WRAPPING BAND(10A×850)
WASHER
Required
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
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5 1
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OEM
Description
E3300‐3JB0‐0000 FOLDING STEM
Required
Qty
1
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Ref# Part No. OEM
Description
1
D471A‐3JB0‐0000 FRONT WHEEL ASSY.
D4303‐3JB0‐0000 2
D4303
3JB0 0000 FRONT WHEEL QUICK RELEASE
3
C3743‐3JB0‐0300 REFLECTOR (WHITE)
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Required
Qty
1
1
1
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7 1
D471B‐3JB0‐0000 7
7
7
7
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7
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7
1
1
1‐1
2
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D4120‐3JB0‐0000 D4121‐3JB0‐1000 C1324‐3JB0‐0000 C1323‐3JB0‐0000 C1322‐3JB0‐0000 I9905‐14200 I5601‐14010 C3743‐3JB0‐0100 Description
REAR WHEEL ASSY.
Motor
FREEWHEEL SPROCKET
REAR DERAILLEUR
REAR AXLE RUBBER CAP
WIRE COLLAR
WATERPROOF RUBBER CAP
WASHER
NUT,HEXAGON HEAD
REFLECTOR (YELLOW)
Required
Qty
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Ref# Part No. OEM
1
D600A‐3JB0‐0000 2
D610A‐3JB0‐0000 3
D6104‐3JB0‐0000 4
D6110‐3JB0‐0000 5
D6111‐3JB0‐0000 6
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Description
CHAIN WHEELS&CRANKS(S105P)
BOTTOM BRACKET SET
COTTERLESS AXLE
FOLDING PEDAL(L)
FOLDING PEDAL(R)
DRIVE CHAIN(Z50×116)
Required
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
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9 1
E050A‐3JB0‐0000 Page 9 of 12
Description
KICKSTANDS ASSY.
Required
Qty
1
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Ref# Part No. OEM
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F4300‐3JB0‐0800 2
F4400‐3JB0‐0800 3
F0701‐3JB0‐0000 4
F2101‐3JB0‐0000 5
H7149‐3JB0‐0000 6
H7150‐3JB0‐0000 7
I8320‐3JB0‐0000 8
I8556‐05015 9
I2804 04013 5C
I2804‐04013‐5C 10
I3901‐42110 11
I8501‐05012 12
C510C‐FIA0‐0000 13
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Description
SIDE COVER LEFT(BLACK)
SIDE COVER RIGHT(BLACK)
(
)
BATTERY SEAT
POWER METER UPPER
STICKER, SIDE COVER LEFT
STICKER, SIDE COVER RIGHT
PUSH RIVET
SCREW,CROSS RECESS HEAD WITH WASHE
SCREW
SELF‐TAPPING SCREW(M3×8)
SCREW(M5×12)
RUBBER PAD
SCREW,CROSS RECESS HEAD WITH WASHE
Required
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
4
2
2
2
4
2
E‐TON ECO Electrical Bicyle
Page Ref# Part No. OEM
11 1
E211A‐3JB0‐0000 11 1
1
1‐1
11 1‐2
11 1‐3
11 2
11 2‐1
11 2‐2
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Description
REAR FENDER ASSY
Required
Qty
1
*
*
*
E2110‐3JB0‐0000 E2110
3JB0 0000 REAR FENDER
1
E2112‐3JB0‐0000 HOLDER
1
E211B‐3JB0‐0000 E111A‐3JB0‐0000 REAR FENDER PARTS
FRONT FENDER ASSY
1
1
*
*
E111B‐3JB0‐0000 FRONT FENDER PARTS
1
E1110‐3JB0‐0000 FRONT FENDER
1
E‐TON ECO Electrical Bicyle
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C150A‐3JB0‐0000 12 1
11
1‐1‐1
12 1‐6
12 2‐1
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Description
BATTERY ASSY.
Required
Qty
1
C1511‐3JB0‐0000 C1511
3JB0 0000 FUSE(30A)
1
I7707‐04016 SCREW, TAPPING
4
C1505‐3JB0‐0000 BATTERY SOCKET OUT
1
C1507‐3JB0‐0000 C1802‐3JB0‐0000 I3903‐42520 C180A 3JB0 0000
C180A‐3JB0‐0000 C1801‐3JB0‐0000 C7301‐3JB0‐0000 C650A‐3JB0‐0000 I3600‐04012 H3937‐3JB0‐0000 H7152‐3JB0‐0000 H7147‐3JB0‐0000 H7148‐3JB0‐0000 H7154‐3JB0‐0000 BATTERY SOCKET COVER
BATTERY CHARGER SOCKET
SELF‐TAPPING SCREW (M3×20)
CHARGER COMP ASSY
CHARGER COMP ASSY
CHARGER WIRE
POWER METER ASSY
DRIVER ASSY
SCREW,CROSS RECESS HEAD(M4×12)
BELT BAND
STICKER, BATTERY PACK PULL OUT INDICAT
,
STICKER, BATTERY COVER LEFT
STICKER, BATTERY COVER RIGHT
BATTERY USE ATTENTION STICKER
1
1
2
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1
1
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