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Before first use of charger, read this manual, and
follow all its Safety and Operating Instructions with
every charger use.
Save these instructions.
Made in U.S.A. of U.S. and imported parts.
Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A.
598-198
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SAFETY
OPERATION
MAINTENANCE
Model No.
200.713121
TROUBLESHOOTING
12/2/75 AMP
FULLY AUTOMATIC
BATTERY CHARGER
ENGINE STARTER
PARTS
OWNER’S MANUAL
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY
WARRANTY ............................................................................................................... 2
SAFETY ..................................................................................................................... 3
Important Safety Instructions .................................................................................... 3
OPERATION .............................................................................................................. 4
Before Using Your Battery Charger .......................................................................... 5
Assembling your charger ..................................................................................... 5
OPERATION
Plugging it in ........................................................................................................ 5
Using an extension cord ...................................................................................... 5
Preparing Your Battery to be Charged ...................................................................... 6
Using Your Battery Charger ...................................................................................... 6
Setting the controls .............................................................................................. 6
Charging your battery ........................................................................................... 8
Inside vehicle ................................................................................................... 8
MAINTENANCE
Outside vehicle ............................................................................................... 9
Using the Engine Start Feature .............................................................................. 10
Calculating Charge Time ......................................................................................... 11
MAINTENANCE AND CARE .................................................................................... 12
TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................................................................ 13
PARTS ..................................................................................................................... 14
Wiring Diagram ................................................................................................. 15
TROUBLESHOOTING
Please read this Owner's Manual before using your Battery Charger
The DieHard model 200.713121, Fully Automatic Battery Charger/Engine Starter, offers
a wide range of features for home or light commercial use. This manual will show you
how to use your charger safely and effectively. Please read and follow these instructions
and precautions carefully.
WARRANTY
FULL THREE YEAR WARRANTY
Within three years from the date of purchase, this battery charger fails due to a defect in
materials or workmanship, RETURN IT TO THE PLACE OF PURCHASE, and it will be
repaired or replaced free of charge.
PARTS
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which
vary from state to state.
Sears, Roebuck and Co., Dept. 817WA, Hoffman Estates, IL 60179
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• Do not expose charger to rain or
snow.
• Never charge a frozen battery. If
battery fluid (electrolyte) becomes
frozen, bring battery into a warm area
to thaw before you begin charging.
• Never allow battery acid to drip on
charger when reading specific gravity
or filling battery.
• Never set a battery on top of the
charger.
• Use charger only on lead-acid type
rechargeable batteries, such as those
used in cars, trucks, tractors,
airplanes, vans, RV’s, trolling motors,
etc. This charger is not intended to
supply power to a low voltage
electrical system.
• Use only attachments recommended
or sold by manufacturer. The use of
attachments not recommended by the
manufacturer may result in fire,
electric shock, or injury.
• Never place charger directly above
battery being charged. The gases from
the battery will corrode
and damage the charger.
• Do not disassemble charger. Take it to
a qualified service professional if
service or repair is required. Incorrect
assembly may result in fire or
electrical shock.
• Never use charger for charging drycell batteries that are commonly used
with home appliances like radios,
stereos, remote controls, etc. These
batteries may burst and cause
personal injury.
• Never touch the battery clamps
together when the charger is on. You
will cause a spark.
• Never operate charger if it has
received a hard blow, been dropped, or
otherwise damaged. Take it to a
qualified professional for inspection
and repair.
• Be sure to position the charger power
cord to prevent it from being stepped
on, tripped over, or damaged.
• Never pull out the plug by the cord
when unplugging the charger. Pulling
on the cord may cause damage to the
cord or the plug.
• Do not operate the charger if it has a
damaged power cord or plug. Have the
cord replaced.
• To reduce risk of electrical shock,
unplug the charger from the outlet
before attempting any maintenance or
cleaning.
• Always charge battery in a well
ventilated area.
• Battery chargers get hot during
operation and must have proper
ventilation. Air needs to flow around
entire charger.
• Do not set charger on flammable
materials like carpeting, upholstery,
paper, cardboard etc. Charger may
damage leather and melt plastic and
rubber.
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OPERATION
• Read all instructions and cautions
printed on the battery charger, battery,
and vehicle or equipment using
battery.
MAINTENANCE
• Place charger as far away from battery
being charged as the charger cables
will permit.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Remember:
PARTS
HELP US HELP YOU
WARNING: To reduce the risk of
explosion, explosive gases, or injury
while using your battery charger, follow
the precautions listed below:
SAFETY
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Personal Safety Precautions
For your own personal safety, please follow the following precautions:
SAFETY
OPERATION
• Wear complete eye and clothing
protection when working with leadacid batteries.
• Be sure that someone is within range
of your voice to come to your aid if
needed while you work with or are near
a lead-acid battery.
• Have plenty of fresh water and
soap nearby for use in case battery
acid contacts your eyes, skin, or
clothing. If this happens, wash
immediately with soap and water.
Then get medical attention.
• Remove all personal metal items
from your body, such as rings,
bracelets, necklaces, and watches
while working with a lead-acid
battery. A battery can produce a short
circuit current high enough to weld a
ring (or the like) to metal, causing a
severe burn.
• Take care not to drop any metal tool or
metal object onto the battery. This may
spark or short circuit the battery or
another electrical device that may
cause an explosion.
• Always operate your battery charger
in an open, well ventilated area.
MAINTENANCE
• Avoid touching your eyes while
working with a battery. Acid particles
(corrosion) may get into your eyes. If
this occurs, flush eyes immediately
with running cold water for at least
10 minutes. Then immediately get
medical attention.
• Never smoke or allow a spark or
flame in the vicinity of the battery or
engine. Batteries generate explosive
gases.
• Neutralize any acid spills thoroughly
with baking soda before attempting
to clean up.
TROUBLESHOOTING
PARTS
4
BEFORE USING YOUR BATTERY CHARGER
SAFETY
It is important to understand your charger's requirements. This section will tell you
about your charger's electrical requirements and how to prepare a battery for
charging.
ASSEMBLING YOUR CHARGER
Included with your battery charger are
two cord wrap posts for storage of the
clamp cables.
PLUGGING IT IN
USING AN EXTENSION CORD
WARNING: Electrical Shock Hazard.
Be sure that the power cord fits properly
into the outlet. If not, have a qualified
technician install a proper outlet. Never
alter the AC cord or plug provided.
The use of an extension cord is not
recommended. If you must use an
extension cord, please make sure
that you follow these guidelines:
• Make sure that the pins on charger's
power cord fit firmly into the extension
cord, and that the extension cord fits
firmly into the receptacle.
• Check that the extension cord is
properly wired and in good electrical
condition.
Improper connection can result in
electrical shock.
Your charger requires a 120V receptacle
installed according to all local codes and
ordinances.
• Make sure that the wire size is large
enough for its length and for the AC
ampere rating as specified in the chart
below.
MINIMUM RECOMMENDED EXTENSION CORD
Length of Cord, in Feet
25
50 100 150
AWG* Size of Cord
18
16
12
MAINTENANCE
Cord Wrap Cleat
TROUBLESHOOTING
Wrap clamp cord after unplugging the
power cord and store your charger in a
dry location.
OPERATION
To install, align the three tabs to
correspond with the three receptacles
and push until you hear a snap.
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PARTS
*AWG=American Wire Gauge
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PREPARING YOUR BATTERY TO BE CHARGED
SAFETY
It is important that you read and follow these guidelines while you are preparing to charge
your battery.
caps while charging, and
recommended rates of charge.
• Make sure that you have a 12 volt or 6
volt lead-acid battery. Set the selector
switch to match the voltage rating of
the battery to be charged.
• Wear safety glasses. See additional
"Personal Safety Precautions" on
page 4.
OPERATION
• Clean the battery terminals. Be careful
to keep corrosion from getting in or
around your eyes.
• Be sure that the area around the
battery is well ventilated while it is
being charged.
MAINTENANCE
• For batteries with removable cell caps,
if required by the manufacturer, add
distilled water to each cell until the
battery acid reaches the level
recommended. This will help purge
excessive gases from the cells. Be
careful not to overfill. If you have a
sealed battery without cell caps, no
action is necessary. Continue to the
next step listed below.
• If it is necessary to remove the battery
from the vehicle to charge it, always
remove the grounded terminal from the
battery first. Turn off all vehicle
accessories to avoid sparks from
occuring.
NOTE: A marine battery installed in a boat
must be removed and charged on shore.
• Take time to read all battery
manufacturer’s specific precautions,
such as removing or not removing cell
TROUBLESHOOTING
USING YOUR BATTERY CHARGER
To obtain the best results from your battery charger, you must know how to use it
properly. This section will tell you how to set the controls, how to charge a battery in or
out of a vehicle, and how to use the engine start feature.
SETTING THE CONTROLS
All controls are located on the front of
the charger. Follow these instructions to
obtain the correct charge level for your
battery.
• Use the right switch to select a charge
rate—2 AMP charge, 12 AMP charge,
or 75 AMP ENGINE START.
Battery Voltage:
Select the voltage of your battery. The
most common applications will be 12
volt.
SELECTOR SWITCHES:
Your charger has three switches:
PARTS
• Use the left switch to match the
battery voltage—either 6 or 12 volt.
• Use the center switch to select a
charge type—MANUAL, AUTOMATIC
DEEP CYCLE or AUTOMATIC
REGULAR.
6 VOLT
6
12 VOLT
• In both AUTOMATIC settings, the
needle will fall to zero and the
charger will shut off when the
charger’s control circuit senses a full
charge. A freshly charged battery’s
voltage will drop shortly after charging
stops, and the charger, if left connected, may resume charging. This
off-and-on cycling will continue until
the battery’s voltage no longer drops
enough to restart the charger.
• Use the AUTOMATIC REGULAR
setting for all but deep cycle batteries.
The charger will automatically stop
charging when the battery reaches
full charge and begin charging again
when battery requires.
• A severely discharged battery may not
have enough charge to start the
control circuit in an AUTOMATIC
setting. In this case, charge on
MANUAL until the battery has enough
charge to accept an AUTOMATIC
setting.
• At the 2 amp charging rate you will
notice very little needle movement.
When cranking the engine while using
the ENGINE START feature, the needle
will swing into the Start (red) area of the
scale.
AUTOMATIC DEEP CYCLE
SAFETY
OPERATION
• Use the AUTOMATIC DEEP CYCLE
setting for all deep cycle battery
charging. The charger will automatically
stop charging when the battery reaches
full charge and begin charging again
when battery requires.
MAINTENANCE
AMMETER:
The ammeter indicates the measured
amount of amperes being drawn by the
battery. When you first start charging a
battery, the reading will be high, with
the needle near 12 using the 12 amp
charging rate.
• In the MANUAL setting, as the battery
charges, the needle will fall to about 5
to 6 amps, indicating a charged
battery.
Charge Type:
• Use the MANUAL setting only if you
check the charging progress frequently.
The charger will not stop charging when
the battery reaches full charge, possibly
damaging the battery if left on too long.
You must monitor and unplug the
charger when battery is fully charged.
Charge Rate:
• Use the 2 AMP charge rate setting for
charging small batteries and warming
large batteries.The lower the charge
rate, the longer it will take to charge the
battery.
• Use the 12 AMP rate setting for
automotive, deep cycle and other large
batteries.
• Use the 75 AMP ENGINE START setting
only to assist in cranking the engine.
12 AMP
L
2 AMP
ENGINE
START
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LED INDICATOR:
The green LED INDICATOR will glow
when the charger senses that the
battery has reached a full charge.
• When using the MANUAL charge rate,
stop charging when the LED glows and
the AMMETER needle is about 5 to 6
amps in the 12 Amp setting.
PARTS
MANUAL
TROUBLESHOOTING
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AUTOMATIC
REGULAR
SAFETY
• For deep cycle batteries, you may
wish to allow the battery another one
or two hours of charging after the LED
glows to obtain a maximum charge.
• When using the AUTOMATIC charge
rates, the LED will cycle on and off
indicating the charger is maintaining
the battery’s state-of-charge.
OPERATION
CHARGING YOUR BATTERY
Charging your battery inside
the vehicle:
NEGATIVE GROUNDED SYSTEM
Figure A
MAINTENANCE
connect the red (POSITIVE) clamp
to a heavy, unpainted metal part of
the chassis or engine block, away
from the battery. DO NOT connect
clamp to carburetor, fuel lines, or
sheet metal parts. IMPORTANT:
Wear safety glasses and turn face
away from the battery when making
connections.
1. Arrange the power cord and charging leads carefully to avoid damage
that could be caused by the hood,
door, or moving engine parts.
2. Keep clear of fan blades, belts,
pulleys, and other parts that can
cause injury.
3. Check the polarity of the battery
posts as indicated on the battery
case: POSITIVE (POS, P, or +)
and NEGATIVE (NEG. N or -).
NOTE: The positive post on toppost battery is usually larger
than the negative post.
6. For automatic charging, select
AUTOMATIC DEEP CYCLE or
AUTOMATIC REGULAR as a
charge type, then select a charge
rate. The charger will stop charging
when the battery is fully charged.
TROUBLESHOOTING
4. Identify which battery post is
ground or connected to the chassis.
THE NEGATIVE POST IS
NORMALLY THE ONE THAT IS
GROUNDED.
7. For manual charging, select
MANUAL as a charge type then
select a charge rate. The charger
will not stop charging when the
battery is fully charged—you must
monitor and unplug charger when
battery is fully charged. Avoid over
charging, monitor the AMMETER
frequently when in the MANUAL mode.
PARTS
5. To charge a negative grounded
post system: Connect the red
(POSITIVE) battery charger clamp
to the ungrounded POSITIVE
(POS, P, +) post of the battery.
Rock or twist the clamps back
and forth to make a solid connection.
Then connect the black (NEGATIVE)
clamp to a heavy, unpainted metal
part of the chassis or engine block,
away from the battery. DO NOT
connect clamp to carburetor, fuel
lines or sheet metal parts. (See
Figure A.)
To charge a positive grounded
post system: Connect the black
(NEGATIVE) battery charger clamp
to the ungrounded NEGATIVE
(NEG, N, -) post of the battery. Then
8. Next plug the power cord into an
AC outlet.
9. When the battery is fully charged, in
the MANUAL mode, the AMMETER
pointer will fall to about half the charge
rate selected. For specific positions,
refer to the “Ammeter” section in
“Using Your Battery Charger” on
page 6.
10. When the battery is fully charged,
unplug the charger power cord
before attempting to disconnect
charger clamps.
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POSITIVE
-
24", 6 GAUGE
CABLE
11. Clean and store the battery charger
in a dry location.
Charging your battery
outside the vehicle:
Figure B
POWER
CORD
TO
GROUNDED
POWER
OUTLET
6. For automatic charging, select
AUTOMATIC REGULAR or
AUTOMATIC DEEP CYCLE
depending on the type of battery, then
select a charge rate. The charger will
quit when the battery is fully charged
and will restart if the battery voltage
drops too low.
1. Remove the battery from vehicle,
making sure to disconnect grounded
terminal first with all accessories
and lights turned off in the
vehicle.
2. Check the polarity of the battery
posts as indicated on the battery
case: POSITIVE (POS, P, +) and
NEGATIVE (NEG, N, -). NOTE: On
top-post batteries, the positive
battery terminal usually has a larger
diameter post than the negative one.
7. For manual charging, select MANUAL
as a charge type then select a charge
rate. The charger will not stop
charging when the battery is fully
charged; you must monitor and
unplug charger when battery is fully
charged. Avoid over charging;
monitor the AMMETER frequently
when in the manual mode.
3. Connect the red (POSITIVE)
charger clamp to the POSITIVE
post of the battery. Be sure to rock
the clip back and forth to make a
solid connection.
SAFETY
BATTERY CHARGER
+
OPERATION
BATTERY
NEGATIVE
MAINTENANCE
10. When the battery is fully charged,
first unplug the charger power cord.
Then, standing away from the battery,
remove the charger clamp from the
chassis first, then from the battery
post.
10. When the battery is fully charged,
unplug the charger power cord before
attempting to disconnect charger
clamps.
5. Take the other end of the 6-gauge
(AWG) or a 4-gauge (SAE) insulated
24-inch cable and, standing as
far away from the battery as possible,
connect the black (NEGATIVE)
lead of the charger to the free end
of the cable. Rock the clamp to
make a solid connection.
IMPORTANT: Wear safety glasses
and face away from the battery
while making this final connection.
11. Standing away from the battery,
remove the negative lead from
the insulated cable connected to the
NEGATIVE post first. Then remove
the lead from the POSITIVE post.
12. Clean and store the charger in a
dry location.
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PARTS
9. When the battery is fully charged in
the MANUAL mode, the AMMETER
pointer will fall to about half the charge
rate selected. For specific positions,
refer to the “Ammeter” section in
“Using Your Battery Charger” on
page 6.
TROUBLESHOOTING
8. Plug the power cord into an AC outlet.
4. Attach a 6-gauge (AWG) or a 4-gauge
(SAE) insulated battery cable at least
24-inches long to the NEGATIVE
battery post. This cable will provide a
safer connection, if arcing and
sparking occur, it will be at a distance
from the battery. NOTE: The battery
cable is not provided with the charger,
but may be purchased at most
automotive stores.
USING THE ENGINE START FEATURE
SAFETY
Your battery charger can be used to jump start your car if the battery is low. Follow
these instructions on how to use the ENGINE START feature.
4. After the engine starts, unplug the
charger power cord from the AC outlet.
Then disconnect the charger from the
battery.
1. Connect the charger to the battery and
vehicle as instructed in the "Charging
your battery" section on page 8.
2. Set the right hand SELECTOR
SWITCH on ENGINE START.
OPERATION
IMPORTANT: Do not try to start the
engine without a battery in it. You could
cause damage to the electrical system.
3. Crank the engine for no more than 5
seconds. If it does not start, wait at
least 4 minutes before cranking
again. In extreme cold or if the battery
is severely discharged, charge the
battery in the 12 amp position for about
5 minutes before cranking the engine.
If the engine does turn over, but never
starts up, there is not a problem with the
starting system, there is a problem
somewhere else in the vehicle. STOP
cranking the engine until the other
problem has been identified and
corrected.
MAINTENANCE
TROUBLESHOOTING
PARTS
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Battery Rating Method
Use the following table to more accurately determine the time it will take to fully charge a
battery that is initially at 50% State-of-Charge. Identify your battery type and its associated
Charge Time in the table. Common battery types are:
SAFETY
CALCULATING CHARGE TIME
• Small batteries, motorcycles, garden tractors, etc., are usually rated in Amp-Hours
(AH).
Battery Rating
Battery
Type
Motorcycle
and tractor
AH
6 - 12
RC
Charge-Time (Hours)
CCA
12 - 32
Car and
Truck
Marine and
Deep Cycle
2 AMP
12 AMP
75 AMP
2-4
NA
4 - 10
NA
NA
NA
40 - 60
200 - 315
8 - 11
1-2
NA
60 - 85
315 - 550
11 - 16
2-3
NA
85 -190
550 - 1000
16 - 35
3 - 5¾
NA
40
80
15
2½
NA
80
140
26
4½
NA
95
160
30
5
NA
33
5½
NA
180
105
NA = Not Allowed. DO NOT charge at this setting
Voltmeter Method
To find the time needed to fully charge your battery, determine the battery’s charge level
with a voltmeter or electronic State-of-Charge Tester. Use the table below to convert
Voltmeter and State-of-Charge readings at room temperature to the appropriate Charge
Factor. Then use the formulas that follow the table to determine the approximate Charge
Time.
Charge Factor Table
Voltmeter Reading
12 Volt Battery
6 Volt Battery
State-of-Charge
Reading
Charge Factor
12.67
6.34
100%
0
12.45
6.22
75%
0.25
12.25
6.12
50%
0.50
12.06
6.03
25%
0.75
11.86
5.93
0%
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Charge Time Table for Batteries at 50% State-of-Charge
PARTS
• Marine, or deep cycle batteries, usually rated in either Amp-Hours or Reserve
Capacity (RC).
MAINTENANCE
OPERATION
• Car and truck batteries, usually rated in Reserve Capacity (RC), Cold Cranking
Amps (CCA), or both.
Charge Time Needed if Amp-Hours is Known
SAFETY
•
Find the Charge Factor for your battery in the table on page 11.
•
Multiply by the Amp-Hour rating of the battery.
•
Divide by the Charger Setting (either 2 Amp or 12 Amp).
•
Multiply by 1.25 to get the approximate Hours Needed to bring the battery to full
charge.
Example: 15 Amp-Hour (AH) Battery, 50% State-of-Charge,
2 Amp Charger Setting
[(AH x Charge Factor) ÷ Charger Setting] x 1.25 = Hours Needed
OPERATION
(15 x 0.5 ÷ 2) x 1.25 = 4.7 Hours
Charge Time Needed if Reserve Capacity is Known
MAINTENANCE
•
Find the Charge Factor for your battery in the table on page 11.
•
Multiply by the Reserve Capacity rating of the battery.
•
Divide by the Charger Setting (either 2 Amp or 12 Amp).
•
Multiply by 0.73 to get the approximate Hours Needed to bring the battery to
full charge.
Example: 95-Minute Reserve Capacity (RC) Battery, 25%
State-of-Charge, 12 Amp Charger Setting
[(RC x Charge Factor) ÷ Charger Setting] x 0.73 = Hours Needed
[(95 x 0.75) ÷ 12] x 0.73 = 4.3 Hours
MAINTENANCE AND CARE
TROUBLESHOOTING
To keep your battery charger working properly for years:
1. Clean the clamps each time you are
finished charging. Wipe off any
battery fluid that may have come in
contact with the clamps to prevent
corrosion.
2. Coil the input and output cords neatly
when storing the charger. This will
help prevent accidental damage to
the cords and charger.
PARTS
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No ammeter reading. Clamps not making good Check for poor connection at battery. Make
sure clamps and posts are clean. Battery may
connection.
not accept an AUTOMATIC charge if severely
discharged. Use MANUAL setting, see "Using
Your Battery Charger" on page 6.
2-amp charge rate.
Ammeter needle will indicate little activity at the
2-amp charge rate.
No AC power reaching
charger.
Check AC outlet and extension cords for loose
fitting plug.
Check for open fuse or circuit breaker
supplying AC outlet.
Circuit breaker in
Shorted battery clamps.
charger cycles on
and off with a
clicking sound in the
MANUAL setting.
Shorted battery.
Ammeter reads less
than selected
charge rate when
charging.
Charger makes a
loud buzz or hum.
Short start cycle
when cranking
engine.
Separate the clamps. Circuit breaker cycles
when current draw is too high.
Check for worn cables and replace if needed.
Have a Sears technician test the battery.
Charger leads reversed
on battery.
Correct connections.
Extension cord too long
or gauge too small.
Use shorter or heavier extension cord.
Battery has weak cell or Sulfated battery will eventually take a
sulfated plate.
normal charge if left connected. If the
battery will not take a charge, have it
tested by a Sears technician.
Battery is partially
charged.
Continue charging battery.
Transformer laminations
vibrate (buzz).
Continue charging. Buzz is not abnormal.
Shorted diode (hum).
Have charger tested by qualified technician.
Drawing more than 75
amps 7 seconds or less.
Crank time varies with the amount of current
drawn from the charger. If cranking draws
more than 75 amps, crank time may be less
than 7 seconds.
Failure to wait for 4
minutes (240 seconds)
between cranks.
Wait 4 minutes before next crank.
If the above solutions do not eliminate the problem...call toll-free from anywhere in the U.S.A.
1-800-SEARS-64 (1-800-732-7764) 7 AM to 4:30 PM CST Monday through Friday
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OPERATION
SOLUTION/REASONS
MAINTENANCE
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
PARTS
Performance problems often result from little things that you can fix yourself. Please
read through this chart for a possible solution if a problem occurs.
SAFETY
TROUBLESHOOTING
PARTS
SAFETY
This section shows an illustration of your battery charger. Use it to become familiar with
where all the parts are located, and what they look like.
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST MODEL 713121
Item Description
8 Handle
OPERATION
Item Description
Part Number
1
Transformer
93026483
2
Diode Asm Kit
2299000976
9
3
PC Board Asm
2299000966
4
Circuit Breaker
5
Part Number
3599000270
Switch - left DPDT
0499000060
10
Switch - right DPDT
0499000068
3999000088
11
Meter
5399100093
DC Cable Asm
3899000850
12
Cord Wrap Cleats
1199004390
6
SCR 55A
3100300017
13
Owner's Manual
0000000598
7
Power Cord
90026111M
14
Faceplate
0899001076
MAINTENANCE
TROUBLESHOOTING
PARTS
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PARTS
TROUBLESHOOTING
MAINTENANCE
OPERATION
SAFETY
WIRING DIAGRAM
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SAFETY
For information about troubleshooting
Call toll-free from anywhere in the U.S.A.
7 am to 4:30 pm CST Monday through Friday
1-800-732-7764
OPERATION
For the repair or replacement
parts you need
Call 7 am - 7 pm, 7 days a week
1-800-366-PART
MAINTENANCE
(1-800-366-7278)
For the location of an authorized
Sears Service Center in your area
Call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
TROUBLESHOOTING
1-800-488-1222
When requesting service or
ordering parts, always provide
the following information:
PARTS
• Product Type: 12/2/75 AMP
Fully Automatic Battery Charger
• Model Number: 200.713121
• Part Number (See Page 14)
• Part Description (See Page 14)
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