Harley-Davidson 74298 Motorcycle User Manual

Harley-Davidson 74298 Motorcycle User Manual
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LIMITED EDITION MOTORCYCLE
Owner’s Manual with Assembly Instructions
Please read this manual and save it with your original sales receipt.
For Model 74298
Tools needed for assembly: Phillips Screwdriver, Hammer and Safety Scissors (not included).
Use only with two Power Wheels® 6 Volt Batteries with A-Style Connectors and Built-in Thermal Fuses,
and a Power Wheels® 12 Volt Charger (all included).
Requires three size “AA” (LR6) alkaline batteries (not included) in Sound Box.
Table of Contents
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
Important Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Parts Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Battery Charging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Label Decoration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Battery Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Battery Care and Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Caring For Your Vehicle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Rules For Safe Driving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
How to Operate Your Vehicle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Statement of Limited Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Problems and Solutions Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Authorized Service Centers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
A
Important Information
• Your new vehicle requires adult assembly. Please set
aside at least 60 minutes for assembly.
• You must charge your batteries for 18 - 30 hours before
you use your vehicle for the first time. We recommend
that you start charging your batteries before beginning
assembly. Please see Battery Charging beginning on
page 8 for detailed instructions.
• Read this manual carefully for important safety
information and operating instructions before using
your vehicle.
• This vehicle is designed for use on grass, asphalt and
other hard surfaces, on flat terrain and hills, by children
3 years of age and older.
• Please note that the front wheel of the vehicle can lift
slightly off the ground during use, especially if the vehicle
is driven forward in high speed from a stopped position.
This is a normal occurrence and is not cause for alarm.
The vehicle will not tip. The rear wheel is designed to act
as a stabilizer by restricting front wheel lift, preventing
the vehicle from tipping. To prevent front wheel lift, teach
your child to start the vehicle in low speed and shift to
high speed only when already moving forward.
• For safety reasons, your vehicle has been pre-set so that
it will operate at low speed. Your must connect
the high speed hook-up to allow operation of the
vehicle at high speed. Please see page 25 for
detailed instructions.
• To prevent damaging the motors and gears, teach your
child to stop the vehicle before switching direction. Do
not tow anything behind the vehicle or overload it. Do not
exceed the maximum weight capacity of 65 lbs (30 kg).
• If you have any questions about your Power Wheels®
vehicle, please call our toll-free service lines at
1-800-348-0751 from 8 AM to 5 PM (EST) Monday
through Friday. Trained customer service representatives
are available to take your call in English or French. Habla
Español? Si usted tiene alguna pregunta ó necesita
asistencia llame gratis 1-800-348-0755 para los Estados
Unidos. Tenemos representantes que hablan español
para atender su llamada.
• For your convenience, Power Wheels® maintains an
Authorized Service Center Network with more than
400 authorized service centers nationwide. Our
authorized service centers will repair or replace parts
under warranty at no extra charge, and can perform nonwarranty repairs for a minimal charge. Please see the
Authorized Service Center list beginning on page 29 to
find the authorized service center nearest you, or call
1-800-348-0751.
• Please complete and return the enclosed Registration
Card today, or call 1-800-348-0751 to register your
vehicle by phone.
2
B
Warnings
WARNING
• Children can be harmed by small parts, sharp edges and sharp points in the vehicle’s
unassembled state, or by electrical items. Care should be taken in unpacking and assembly
of the vehicle. Children should not handle parts, including the batteries, or help in assembly of
the vehicle.
• Keep small parts and plastic bags out of children’s reach. Dispose of plastic bags properly.
• Adult supervision is required. Children do not have the judgement necessary to avoid many
accidents. Be sure that children operating this vehicle can do so safely and that they are
supervised at all times.
• Never use near steps, driveways, steep inclines, roadways, alleys, swimming pool areas or
other bodies of water.
• Always wear shoes or sneakers when operating this vehicle.
• Never allow more than one rider.
• The rider should sit on the seat when the vehicle is in operation.
• Never alter this vehicle or its electrical system in any way. Alterations could cause a fire
resulting in injury and could also ruin the electrical system.
• Hot motors. Handle carefully.
• Use of the wrong type of batteries or charger could cause a fire or explosion, resulting in
serious injury.
• Use of Power Wheels® components in products other than Power Wheels® vehicles could
cause overheating, fire or explosion.
• The batteries must be handled by adults only. The batteries are heavy and contain sulfuric
acid (electrolyte). Dropping the batteries could result in serious injury.
• Never lift or carry the batteries by the wires or connectors. This can damage the batteries and
possibly cause a fire resulting in injury. Lift and carry the batteries by the cases only.
• Read the cautions on the back panel of the batteries.
• Never allow children to charge the batteries. Battery charging must be done by adults only.
A child could be injured by the electricity involved in charging the batteries.
• Examine the batteries, charger and their connectors for excessive wear or damage each
time you charge the batteries. If damage or excessive wear is detected, do not use the
vehicle until you have replaced the worn or damaged part as it could possibly cause a fire
resulting in injury.
CAUTION
• This product contains small parts. Adult assembly is required.
• Use the charger in dry locations only.
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C
Parts
• If you experience a problem with this product, or are missing a part, please call us at 1-800-348-0751, rather than
return this product to the store.
• Please identify all parts before assembly and save all packaging material until assembly is complete to ensure that no
parts are discarded.
• Metal parts have been coated with a lubricant to protect them during shipment. Wipe all metal parts with a paper towel
to remove any excess lubricant.
Wheel - 2
Vehicle Frame
Wheel Axle - 2
Fork Axle
Steering Stop
TM
Vehicle Body
Fender
Left Footboard
4
Steering Bushing - 2
Parts
Exhaust Pipe Set
Left - Inner Half
Front Fork
Right - Inner Half
Right - Outer Half
Headlight - Rear Half
Left - Outer Half
Headlight - Front Half
Seat
Saddlebag - 2
Gas Tank
Soundbox
Battery Retainer
5
Fork Cover
Parts
(Inner
Half)
(Outer
Half)
Right
Left
Shock Set - 2
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Handlebar Set
6 Volt Battery - 2
Hex Bushing - 4
Round Bushing - 2
Axle Bushing - 2
Handgrips - 2
12-Volt Charger
Not Shown: Label Sheet - 2
Bubble Cap Emblem
#8 x 3/4" Plastite Screw – 54
.437 (Large Diameter) Retainer - 6*
.354 (Small Diameter) Retainer - 3*
All Shown Actual Size
*For your convenience, two extra .437 (large diameter) retainers and one extra .354 (small diameter) retainer
have been included.
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D
Parts Diagram
3
17
28
20
13
5
2
4
29
24
15
16
19
11
23
MT
18
14
31
9
30
10
12
25
4
14
21
7
8
29
11
26
1
27
12
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Vehicle Frame
Vehicle Body
Seat
Wheel - 2
Gas Tank
Left Footboard
Exhaust - Inner Half - 2
Exhaust - Outer Half - 2
(Left Shown)
6 Volt Battery - 2
Axle Bushing - 2
Hex Bushing - 4
Wheel Axle - 2
22
13.
14.
15
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
6
30
Saddlebag - 2
Steering Bushing - 2
Headlight - Front Half
Headlight - Rear Half
Handlebar - 2
(Left Shown)
Sound Box
Front Fork
Handgrip - 2
Round Bushing - 2
Steering Stop
Fork Axle
7
24. Fork Cover
25. Fender
26. Shock - Inner Half - 2
27. Shock - Outer Half - 2
28. 12 Volt Charger
29. .354 Retainer - 2
30. .437 Retainer - 4
31. Battery Retainer
Not Shown
3/ " Plastite Screw - 54
4
Right Handlebar
Right Exhaust Pipe Set
Label Sheet - 2
Bubble Cap Emblem
E
Battery Charging
Important Notes
WARNING
• Your new batteries must be charged for at least 18
hours before you use them in your vehicle for the
first time.
• We recommend that you start charging your batteries
before beginning assembly of your new vehicle.
• The batteries must be upright while charging.
• The charger is not a toy.
• Do not short circuit the batteries.
• You do not need to remove the batteries from your
vehicle to recharge them.
• Before charging the batteries, examine the battery cases
for cracks and other damage which may cause sulfuric
acid (electrolyte) to leak during the charging process. If
damage is detected, do not charge the batteries or use
them in your vehicle. Battery acid is very corrosive and
can cause severe damage to surfaces it contacts.
• Do not charge the batteries on a surface which could be
damaged by the acid contained inside the batteries. Take
precautions to protect the surface on which you charge
your batteries.
• Use only a Power Wheels® 12 volt charger with A-style
connector (120 VAC 60 Hz 28W with an output of 12
VDC 1200mA) to charge your Power Wheels® 6 volt
batteries.
• When replacing the 6 volt batteries, use only Power
Wheels® 6 volt batteries with A-style connectors and
built-in thermal fuses. Power Wheels® 6 volt batteries
with external thermal fuses will not fit in the battery
compartment of this vehicle.
• The batteries must be handled by adults
only. The batteries are heavy and contain
sulfuric acid (electrolyte). Dropping the
batteries could result in serious injury.
• Never allow children to charge the
batteries. Battery charging must be done
by adults only. A child could be injured
by the electricity involved in charging
the batteries.
• Use of the wrong type batteries or
charger could cause a fire or explosion,
resulting in serious injury.
• Use of Power Wheels® components in
products other than Power Wheels®
vehicles could cause overheating, fire
or explosion.
• Read the cautions on the back panel of
the batteries.
• Never lift or carry the batteries by the
wires or connectors. This can damage the
batteries and possibly cause a fire. Lift
and carry the batteries by the
cases only.
• Examine the batteries, charger and their
connectors for excessive wear or damage
each time you charge the batteries. If
damage or excessive wear is detected,
do not use the charger or the vehicle
until you have replaced the worn or
damaged part.
• Never alter this vehicle or its electrical
system in any way. Alterations could
cause a fire resulting in injury and could
also ruin the electrical system.
About Thermal Fuses
Your Power Wheels 6 volt batteries are equipped with
built-in thermal fuses. The thermal fuses are self-resetting
safety devices which automatically “trip” and shut down
operation of the vehicle if the vehicle is overloaded or the
driving conditions too severe. Once a fuse has “tripped”, it
will automatically reset itself after approximately 25
seconds and allow the vehicle to resume normal
operations. To avoid repeated automatic shutdowns, do
not overload the vehicle by exceeding the 65 lbs.
maximum weight capacity or by towing anything behind
the vehicle. Avoid severe driving conditions, such as
driving up very steep slopes or running into fixed objects,
which can cause the wheels to stop spinning while power
is still being supplied to the motors and make sure your
child stops the vehicle before switching speeds or
direction.
CAUTION
If a thermal fuse in a battery continually trips under
normal driving conditions, please contact your local Power
Wheels® Authorized Service Center. For the location of the
Authorized Service Center nearest to you, see page 29.
Use the charger in dry locations only.
8
Battery Charging
1
3
Battery Connector
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Ribs
Battery
Connector
• Align the ribs on the top of one of the battery
connectors with the slots on the bottom of the other
battery connector.
• Stack the two battery connectors and press to join.
Note: Make sure that the two connectors on the charger
are also stacked and joined.
2
• Plug the charger into a standard 120 volt wall outlet.
Note: If power flow to the wall outlet is controlled by a
switch, make sure the switch is “ON”.
• Before first time use, charge the batteries for
at least 18 hours. Never charge the batteries longer
than 30 hours.
• Recharge the batteries for at least 14 hours after
each use of your vehicle. Do not charge the batteries
longer than 30 hours.
• Once the batteries are charged, disconnect the charger
connector from the battery connector. Unplug the
charger from the wall outlet. The batteries are now
charged and are ready to be installed in your vehicle.
A-Style
Charger
Connector
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A-Style
Battery Connector
GAP
Incorrect
NO GAP
Correct
• Plug the charger and battery connectors together.
Push firmly to snap the two connectors together.
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F
1
Assembly
Square
Opening
Narrow
Rectangular
Opening
3
Rectangular
Opening
Motor Harness
Connectors
Vehicle
Body
TM
High Speed
Hook-Up
Motor Harness
Connectors
Motor
Harness
Connectors
Retainer
Tabs
Top View
• Fit the motor harness wires through the retainer tabs so
that all four motor harness wires are contained in the
narrow rectangular opening.
• Fit the tabs on the top of one motor harness connector
into the slots in the bottom of the other motor harness
connector and squeeze firmly to re-join the two motor
harness connectors (see inset).
Vehicle
Frame
• Pull firmly to separate the two black motor harness
connectors near the rear of the vehicle frame.
• Position the vehicle body on top of the vehicle frame.
• Fit each motor harness connector up through the
rectangular opening in the vehicle body, one at a time.
• Fit the two halves of the high speed hook-up connector
through the square opening near the front of the
vehicle body.
2
4
TM
Tab
Left
Footboard
Vehicle
Frame
Vehicle
Body
Slots
TM
• Insert four screws through the vehicle body and into the
vehicle frame. Make sure the holes in the vehicle body
and frame are aligned.
• Tighten the screws using a Phillips screwdriver.
Do not over-tighten.
10
Tab
• Fit the tabs on the left footboard into the slots in the left
side of the vehicle frame. Make sure both tabs are in
the slots.
Helpful Hint! You may need to squeeze the left footboard
in order to align the tabs with the slots.
• Insert two screws into the left footboard as shown.
• Tighten the screws using a Phillip screwdriver. Do not
over-tighten.
Assembly
7
5
Right Exhaust
Pipe - Inner Half
TM
TM
*
Right
Footboard
Vehicle
Frame
Vehicle
Frame
• The right footboard was inserted in the vehicle frame
and secured by one screw at the factory.
• Insert a screw into the open hole in the right footboard.
• Tighten the screw with a Phillips screwdriver. Do not
over-tighten.
6
Peg
Helpful Hint: Use a long shafted screwdriver to complete
assembly steps 7 and 8.
• Align the holes in the inner half of the right exhaust pipe
with the holes in the vehicle frame.
• Insert four screws through the inner half of the right
exhaust pipe and into the vehicle frame.
Note: The screw marked with an asterisk (*) in the
illustration above must go through the hole in the inner
half of the exhaust pipe and the vehicle body and into
the vehicle frame. Make sure all the holes are
properly aligned.
• Tighten the screws using a Phillips screwdriver.
Do not over-tighten.
Right Exhaust
Pipe - Inner Half
Vehicle
Body
Hole
8
Right Exhaust
Pipe - Outer Half
TM
Stabilizer
Wheel
TM
Vehicle Frame
(Right Side)
• Separate the exhaust set pieces. Note the R (right side)
and L (left side) markings on the inside of each piece.
• Fit the inner half of the right exhaust pipe (R) over the
stabilizer wheel on the right side of the vehicle. Make
sure the peg on the inner exhaust pipe fits into the
hole in the vehicle body.
• Fit the outer half of the right exhaust pipe (R) to the
inner half of the right exhaust pipe.
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Assembly
9
Flat Side
11
Right
Exhaust
Pipe
Wheel
Axle
Axle Bushing
TM
• Slide an axle bushing (flat side first) on a wheel axle.
12
Guide
1
Guide
• With the screw holes aligned, insert six screws to join
the two halves of the right exhaust pipe.
• Tighten the screws using a Phillips screwdriver. Do not
over-tighten.
• Repeat steps 6 through 9 to assemble the left exhaust
pipe (L) to the left side of the vehicle.
1
Wheel
Guide
Guide
3
3
4
10
4
2
2
• Before applying labels to the wheels, wipe each wheel
with a clean, dry cloth to make sure it is free of dirt and
oils. Make sure your hands are clean.
• Apply labels to both sides of each wheel as shown in
the illustration.
Important! Labels 1 and 2 are designed to slightly
overlap; and labels 3 and 4 are designed to slightly
overlap. For each wheel, apply label 1 before applying
label 2 . Align the edge of label 2 with the guide marks
on label 1. Apply label 3 before applying label 4. Align the
edge of label 4 with the guide marks on label 3.
Wheel Axle
.437 (Large Diameter)
Retainer
13
• Separate the fork axle from the two wheel axles. (The
fork axle is shorter than the wheels axles.) Set the fork
axle aside.
• Place a .437 (large diameter) retainer on a flat surface,
inside up.
• Fit the end of a wheel axle into the retainer.
• Tap the opposite end of the wheel axle with a hammer
to secure the retainer on the axle. Pull on the retainer
to make sure it is secure.
• Repeat this procedure to assemble one .437 (large
diameter) retainer to one end of the other wheel axle.
• Set one of the wheel axles aside for use later
in assembly.
Wheel
Hex
Bushing
Hex
Bushing
• Fit two hex bushings into the center hole in a wheel.
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Assembly
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16
Vehicle
Frame
Saddle
Bag
Notch
Axle
Bushing
Tab
Groove
Rear
Fork
Arm
Rear
Fork
Arm
Rear View
Wheel (with
Hex Busings)
Rear View
• Position the vehicle so that the back is facing you.
• While holding the hex bushings in place, position the
wheel between the rear fork arms of the vehicle frame.
• Slide the wheel axle (with axle bushing) through one
rear fork arm, through the wheel (with hex bushings)
and out through the other rear fork arm. Make sure the
axle bushing fits into the groove in the fork arm.
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Tube
Side
.437 (Large
Diameter)
Retainer
• Lift the pretend buckles on a saddle bag to open the
saddle bag.
• Fit the tab on the back surface of the saddle bag into the
notch on one side of the rear fender.
• Insert three screws through the holes on the inside of
the saddle bag.
Note! The lower screw travels through holes in the saddle
bag and vehicle body, and screws into the vehicle frame.
Make sure all the screw holes are aligned.
• Tighten the screws using a Phillips screwdriver. Do not
over-tighten.
• Repeat this step to assemble the other saddle bag to the
other side of the vehicle.
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Steering
Bushing
Neck
TM
Rear View
Wheel
Axle
Axle
Bushing
• Slide an axle bushing (tube side first) onto the end of
the wheel axle. Make sure the flat end of the axle
bushing fits into the groove in the fork arm.
• Fit a .437 (large diameter) retainer on the end of
the axle.
• Support the opposite end of the axle and tap the
.437 retainer with a hammer to secure it on the end of
the rear axle.
• Pull on the .437 retainer to make sure the rear wheel
assembly is secure.
Vehicle
Frame
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Steering
Bushing
• Position the vehicle frame so that the front faces you.
• Fit a steering bushing on the neck of the vehicle frame.
• Fit the other steering bushing under the neck.
• Insert two screws through the side of each steering
bushing and into the neck.
• Tighten all four screws using a Phillips screwdriver.
Do not over-tighten.
Assembly
20
18a
Headlight
Assembly Rear Half
DO NOT
INSERT
SCREW
HERE
DO NOT
INSERT
SCREW
HERE
.354 (Small Diameter)
Retainer
Headlight
Assembly Front Half
18b
Fork Axle
“Lens”
• Place a .354 (small diameter) retainer on a flat surface,
inside up.
• Fit the end of the fork axle into the retainer.
• Tap the opposite end of the fork axle with a hammer to
secure the retainer on the axle. Pull on the retainer to
make sure it is securely assembled.
• Fit the two halves of the headlight assembly together.
• Insert three screws into the rear of the headlight “housing”,
as shown (18a).
• Turn the headlight assembly upright so the headlight “lens”
faces you. Insert two screws into the front of the headlight
“lens” (18b).
• Tighten all five screws using a Phillips screwdriver.
Do not over-tighten.
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Headlight/Front Fork
Assembly
2
TM
Lower
Steering
Bushing
1
Front Fork
Headlight
Assembly
Tab
Steering
Stop
Curved
Slot
• Position the headlight assembly face “lens” side down on
a flat surface.
• Fit the front fork onto the back of the headlight assembly
as shown.
• Insert four screws through the front fork and into the
headlight assembly.
• Tighten the screws with a Phillips screwdriver.
Do not over-tighten.
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• Fit the tab on the steering stop into the curved slot in the
lower steering bushing 1 .
• Hold the steering stop in place.
• Slide the headlight/front fork assembly on the neck of
the vehicle frame and over the steering stop 2 .
Assembly
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.354 (Small
Diameter)
Retainer
Front
Fork
Right
Handlebar
TM
Front
Fork
Left
Handlebar
2
TM
1
Fork Axle
• Slide the fork axle up into the bottom of the front fork,
through the neck and steering stop, and out the top of
the front fork.
• Fit a .354 (small diameter) retainer on the end of the
fork axle.
• Support the fork axle and tap the retainer with a hammer
to secure it on the end of the axle.
• Pull on the .354 retainer to make sure it is secure on the
fork axle.
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Handlebars
Handgrip
Handgrip
“R”
“L”
• Fit a handgrip on the end of each handlebar.
• Note the R (right) and L (left) markings on the handlebars.
Note: If it is difficult to slide the handgrips onto the
handlebars, moisten the inside of the handgrips
with water.
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• Slide the right and left handlebars through the holes in
the front fork.
• Align the screw holes in each handlebar with the screw
holes in the face of the front fork.
• Insert a screw through the front fork and into the lower
hole in each handlebar 1 . Tighten the screws with a
Phillips screwdriver. Do not over-tighten.
• Insert a screw through the front fork and into the upper
hole in each handlebar 2 . Tighten the screws with a
Phillips screwdriver. Do not over-tighten.
• Tighten the screws using a Phillips screwdriver. Do not
over-tighten.
Assembly
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Arrow
handlebar making sure that the tab on the inner shock
half fits into the groove in the fender.
• Repeat this procedure to slide the remaining shock on
the other handlebar.
Front
Fender
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Handlebar
Handlebar
Tabs
Wheel
Axle
Round
Bushing
.437 (Large Diameter)
Retainer
Shock
Tabs
Barrel Side
Front Fork
• Position the vehicle upside down.
• Note the arrow on the underside of the front fender.
• Position the front fender so that the arrow points towards
the front of the vehicle. Slide the fender onto the ends of
the handlebars. Make sure the pegs on the fender slide
over the tabs on the front fork.
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Shock Inner
Shock Outer
Tab
Round Bushing
• Being careful to keep the shocks correctly positioned,
align the hole in a shock with the hole in the handlebar.
Slide the remaining wheel axle with .437 retainer
(assembled in step 10) through one shock.
Helpful Hint: If the hole in the shock and handlebar do
not align, the front fender is not properly seated on the
front fork. Reposition the front fender to align the holes.
• Fit a round bushing, barrel side first, onto the end of
the axle.
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Shock - Inner
Wheel (with Hex Bushings)
Wheel Axle
Groove
Handlebar
Shock
Hex Bushings
• Using safety scissors, separate the shock set pieces
from the plastic connectors. Dispose of the plastic
connectors properly.
• Fit and hold an inner and outer shock half together.
• While holding the shock together, fit it onto the end of
a handlebar. Push firmly to slide the shock onto the
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• Fit two hex bushings into the center hole in the
remaining wheel (see inset).
• While holding the hex bushings in place, position the
wheel between the shocks.
• Continue to slide the wheel axle through the wheel.
Assembly
29
Round
Bushing
31
Wheel
Axle
Battery
Compartment
Door
Battery
Compartment
.437 (Large
Diameter)
Retainer
Sound Box
Shock
3 x 1.5V
“AA” (LR6)
• Fit a round bushing, plate side first, onto the axle.
Helpful Hint: You may need to push the shock outward
slightly to fit the round bushing.
• Continue to slide the axle through the shock.
• Fit a .437 (large diameter) retainer on the end of the axle.
• Support the opposite end of the axle and tap the retainer
with a hammer to secure it on the end of the axle.
• Pull on the .437 retainer to make sure the front wheel
assembly is secure.
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SHOWN ACTUAL SIZE
• Loosen the screw in the sound box’s battery
compartment door using a Phillips screwdriver and open
the battery compartment.
• Insert three, size “AA” (LR6) alkaline batteries in the
sound box as indicated in the battery compartment.
• Close the battery compartment door and tighten the
screw using a Phillips screwdriver. Do not over-tighten.
(For longest life, use only alkaline batteries.)
Front Fork Cover
Battery Tips:
• Do not mix old and new batteries.
• Do not mix different types of batteries: alkaline, standard
(carbon-zinc) or rechargeable (nickel-cadmium).
• Remove the batteries during long periods of non-use.
Always remove exhausted batteries from the sound box.
Battery leakage and corrosion can damage the vehicle.
• Never short circuit the battery terminals.
• Non-rechargeable batteries are not to be recharged.
• Only batteries of the same or equivalent type as
recommended in these instructions are to be used.
• If removable rechargeable batteries are used, they are
only to be charged under adult supervision.
• Rechargeable batteries are to be removed from the
sound box before they are charged.
• If you use a battery charger, it should be examined
regularly for damage to the cord, plug, enclosure and
other parts. Do not use a damaged battery charger until
it has been properly repaired.
• When sound from the vehicle becomes faint, or if the
sound stops working, it’s time to replace the batteries.
• Dispose of batteries safely.
Tab
Tab
Rectangular
Openings
TM
• Position the vehicle upright.
• Fit the tabs on the front fork cover into the rectangular
openings in the top of the front fork and push firmly
to snap the cover to the front fork.
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Assembly
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34
Buttons
PUSH
HERE
Gas Tank
Sound Box
Tab
Seat
Tabs
Gas
Tank
Tab
Vehicle Body
Slot
TM
Vehicle
Frame
• Balance the sound box on the vehicle body. (The
speaker should face down.)
• Fit the tabs at the bottom of the gas tank under the front
end of the vehicle body.
• Lower the gas tank on the vehicle frame, making sure
that the two small square openings in the gas tank fit
over the buttons on the sound box.
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Gas Tank
TM
Note! You may want to install the Power Wheels® 6 volt
batteries before assembling the seat . Please see “Battery
Installation” on page 21 for detailed instructions.
• Fit the tab on the front of the seat into the slot near the
gas tank.
• Push down firmly near the back of the seat to snap it to
the vehicle.
Helpful Hint! You will need to remove the seat to access
the high speed connector and to charge the 6 volt
batteries. To remove the seat, press the tab at the back
of the seat and lift.
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Vehicle
Frame
• Insert a screw through the hole in each side of the gas
tank and into the vehicle frame.
• Tighten the screws with a Phillips screwdriver. Do not
over-tighten.
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Label Decoration
Proper label application will help to keep the labels looking their best! When applying labels, keep the following guidelines
in mind:
• Wash your hands before applying the labels.
• Before applying the labels, wipe the surface of the vehicle with a clean, dry cloth to remove any dust or oils.
• Place the labels exactly as shown in the illustrations.
• For best results, avoid repositioning a label once it has been applied to the vehicle.
• After applying a label, rub the label firmly with a clean, dry cloth to make sure the label is adhered to your vehicle. Start
at the center of a label, and smooth towards the outer edges to remove air bubbles.
1
3
9
8
8
13
14
22
22
5
5
5
5
11
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Front View
22
2
23
25
7
22
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26
®
19
18
Rear View
30
30
6
Console View
19
Label Decoration
4
31
Chrome
®
LIMITEDEDITION
24
28
31
31
17
21
33
20
Chrome
TM
®
15
10
®
29
®
29
Right Side
12
12
5
32
Chrome
®
LIMITEDEDITION
24
31
27
20
33
31
21
Chrome
17
TM
Bubble Cap
Emblem*
®
16
®
Left Side
29
®
*Bubble cap emblem found in bag
with Owner’s Manual.
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12
29
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Battery Installation
Important Note: Use only Power Wheels® 6 volt batteries
with A-style connectors and built-in thermal fuses. Power
Wheels® 6 volt batteries with external thermal fuses
will not fit in the battery compartment of this vehicle.
Use of any other batteries or fuses will damage your
vehicle. Make sure that you charge the batteries for at
least 18 hours using the enclosed Power Wheels® 12 volt
charger before operating your vehicle for the first time.
Charge the batteries for at least 14 hours after each use of
the vehicle. Never charge the batteries longer than 30
hours. Failure to follow these instructions may damage
your batteries and will void your warranty.
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Battery
Retainer
Screw
Peg
Screw
Peg
TM
1
Power Wheels®
6 Volt Batteries
Vehicle
Body
Battery
Compartment
• Fit the battery retainer over the batteries diagonally.
• Insert a screw through each end of the battery retainer
and into the screw pegs on the vehicle body.
• Tighten the screws using a Phillips screwdriver. Do not
over-tighten.
TM
Battery
Connector
3
Batteries
TM
• Place the Power Wheels® 6 volt batteries upright in the
battery compartment. Make sure that the battery
connectors extend toward the left side of
the vehicle.
Motor
Harness
Connector
GAP
Incorrect
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NO GAP
Correct
• Plug the battery and motor harness connectors together.
Push firmly to snap the two connectors together.
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Battery Care
and Disposal
Battery Care and Disposal
Care
Disposal
If a battery leak develops, avoid contact with the leaking
acid and place the damaged battery in a plastic bag. See
information below for proper disposal.
If acid comes in contact with skin or eyes, flush with
cool water for at least 15 minutes and call a physician.
If acid is internally ingested, give water, milk of
magnesia or egg whites immediately. Never give emetics
or induce vomiting. Call a physician.
• Charge new batteries for at least 18 hours before first
use. Never charge the batteries longer than 30 hours.
Overcharging or undercharging the batteries may
shorten battery life and decrease vehicle running time.
• After the first charge, recharge the batteries for at least
14 hours after each use. Never charge the batteries
longer than 30 hours. Charge the batteries after each
use, regardless of how long the vehicle was used.
• The batteries must be upright while charging.
• Do not allow the batteries to run down completely
before charging.
• Charge the batteries before storing the vehicle.
• Charge the batteries at least once per month, even if
the vehicle has not been used.
• Leaving the batteries in a discharged condition will
ruin them.
• Always remove an exhausted battery from the vehicle.
Battery leakage and corrosion can damage the vehicle.
• Do not store the batteries on a surface which could be
damaged by the acid contained inside the batteries.
Take precautions to protect the surface on which you
store the batteries.
• Do not store the batteries in temperatures above 75° F
or below -10° F.
• When you purchase replacement Power Wheels®
batteries, you should buy them as a set. Using an
older battery with a new battery may result in poor
performance and may cause permanent damage to
both batteries. Use only Power Wheels® 6 volt batteries
with A-style connectors and built-in thermal fuses.
Remember to charge new batteries for at least 18 hours
before first use.
• Prevent the batteries from moving freely inside the
battery compartment. Always use the battery retainer to
secure the batteries in the battery compartment.
• Examine the batteries, charger and their connectors for
excessive wear or damage each time you charge the
battery. If damage is detected, do not use the charger
or the batteries until you have replaced the worn or
damaged part.
• Your Power Wheels® batteries are sealed lead-acid
batteries. They must be recycled or disposed of in an
environmentally sound manner.
• Do not dispose of a lead-acid battery in your regular,
household trash. The incineration, landfilling or mixing
of sealed lead-acid batteries with household trash is
prohibited by law in most areas.
• Return the batteries to a federal or state approved
lead-acid battery recycler, such as a Power Wheels®
authorized service center, or a local seller of automotive
batteries. In Minnesota, call 1-800-348-0751 if further
disposal information is required. Contact your local waste
management officials for other information regarding the
environmentally sound collection, recycling and disposal
of lead-acid batteries.
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Caring
For Your Vehicle
• Check all screws, retainers and their protective coverings
regularly and tighten as required. Check plastic parts on
a regular basis for cracks or broken pieces.
• During snowy or rainy weather, the vehicle should be
stored inside or under a protective cover. Remember to
charge the batteries at least once per month while your
vehicle is not in regular use.
• Avoid operating the vehicle in wet or snowy conditions,
and do not spray the vehicle with a hose. Do not wash
the vehicle with soap and water. Water or moisture in the
motors or electrical switches can cause them to corrode,
and could cause switch or motor failure.
• Avoid operating the vehicle on sand, loose dirt or gravel.
Sand, loose dirt or gravel in the motors or electrical
switches can cause them to jam, and could cause switch
or motor failure.
• The vehicle can be wiped down with a soft, dry cloth. For
a shiny finish, you can wipe plastic parts with a non-wax
furniture polish applied to a soft-cloth. Do not use
automotive wax. Do not use soap and water or spray the
vehicle with a hose.
• To ensure that your vehicle stays in good operating order,
we recommend that you periodically have your vehicle
checked by a Power Wheels® authorized service center.
See page 29 for the list of authorized service centers or
call 1-800-348-0751 for the location of the authorized
service center nearest you.
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Rules for Safe Driving
4. Teach your child to avoid stepping on the foot pedal
when climbing on and off the vehicle. Stepping on the
foot pedal will cause the vehicle to move suddenly,
possibly resulting in injury. Make sure your child is
properly seated on the vehicle before pressing the
foot pedal.
5. Teach your child to avoid driving on steep inclines or
slopes. Restrict your child’s driving to areas that are
fairly level with gentle inclines or slopes of no more
than 10°.
• While driving down a steep slope, the vehicle may
gain unsafe speed, even if the foot pedal is released
to stop.
• While driving across a steep slope, the vehicle may
tilt and tip over. The wheels could lose traction,
causing the vehicle to slip.
• While driving up a steep incline, the motor may
stop and the vehicle could roll backwards at an
unsafe speed.
WARNING
• Adult supervision is required. Children
do not have the judgement necessary to
avoid many accidents. Be sure that
children operating this vehicle can do so
safely and that they are supervised at
all times.
• Never use near steps, driveways, steep
inclines, roadways, alleys, swimming
pool areas or other bodies of water.
• Always wear shoes or sneakers when
operating this vehicle.
• Never allow more than one rider.
• The rider should sit on the seat when
the vehicle is in operation.
• Improper use of this vehicle could lead
to a serious or fatal accident. Allow
children to play with this vehicle only
when you have determined that they
can do so safely. Follow all instructions
to help your child enjoy this vehicle as
safely as possible.
10°
Incline should never
be
o
more than 10
Teach Safety Rules to Children
While children can quickly develop the skill necessary to
drive this vehicle, it is important to remember that their
judgment skills are still very immature. Unsupervised
driving by children can lead to serious injury. Before
children use this vehicle, an adult should carefully evaluate
the driving area as well as the children’s skill level and
ability to drive this vehicle safely. Children are not always
able to recognize or anticipate hazards, even when they
have been taught about them. There is no acceptable
substitute for adult supervision.
Teach appropriate safety rules to your child before
allowing operation of this vehicle. These rules should also
be reviewed with neighborhood children or other
playmates who want to drive this vehicle.
1. Do not allow any child to drive the vehicle in the street
or near moving (motorized) vehicles.
2. Do not allow any child to drive near bodies of water
(such as pools or creeks), obstructions (such as
furniture, low tree limbs or play equipment), or drop-offs
(such as stairs or decks).
3. Do not allow any child to drive the vehicle in the dark.
A child could encounter unexpected obstacles and
have an accident. Operate the vehicle only in the
daytime or in a well-lit area.
6. Do not operate this vehicle with more than one rider,
seated on the seating area. A child who is not sitting
on the seat or who is standing on the vehicle could fall
off, cause a tip-over or block the driver’s view. A child
could be seriously injured.
7. Always wear shoes or sneakers when operating
this vehicle.
8. Never put anything near any moving parts. Rotating
parts such as motors, gear boxes and wheels can
snag fingers, hair, etc., causing serious injury. Do not
allow operation of the vehicle when it is on its side or
in an upside-down position.
9. Do not operate the vehicle near flammable vapors
(gasoline, paint thinner, acetone, liquid wax, etc.).
The vehicle’s electrical switches, like most electrical
switches, emit an internal spark when first turned on
or turned off. The presence of flammable liquids or
vapors could cause an explosion or a fire. Keep all
flammable products in tightly sealed containers and
away from the vehicle.
10. Do not allow a child to operate the vehicle without
proper adult supervision. To prevent unsupervised use
of the vehicle, disconnect the motor harness from the
batteries when the vehicle is not in use.
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How to Operate Your Vehicle
As assembled, your vehicle is ready to roll in low
speed (21/2 mph, maximum). When your child is ready
to drive the vehicle in high speed (5 mph, maximum),
follow the instructions to on page 25 connect the high
speed hook-up.
Beginner Use - Low Speed Drive
To Back Up
Important! To prevent damaging the motors and gears,
teach your child to stop the vehicle before switching
direction. Never shift from drive (LOW or HIGH) to
reverse, or from reverse to drive, without stopping.
Drive
Reverse
Low
Speed
• Press the DRIVE and LOW SPEED buttons on
the console.
• Press the foot pedal. The vehicle will drive forward at a
maximum of 21/2 mph.
• Help your child practice steering to learn how far and
how quickly to turn the handlebar when driving forward
in low speed.
• Press the REVERSE button on the console.
• Press the foot pedal. The vehicle will back-up at a
maximum of 21/2 mph.
Note: The vehicle is designed to operate in low speed
only in reverse.
• Help your child practice steering to learn how far
and how quickly to turn the handlebar when driving
in reverse.
To Stop
• Your vehicle has a patented, electronic braking system
that automatically stops the vehicle when your child’s foot
is lifted from the pedal.
• Make sure your child is comfortable with steering the
vehicle and automatically knows how to stop.
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How to Operate Your Vehicle
How to Operate Your Vehicle
Advanced Use - High Speed Drive
forward, press the HIGH SPEED button on the console
to shift the vehicle into high speed. The vehicle will drive
forward at a maximum of 5 mph.
• Help your child practice steering to learn how far and
how quickly to turn the handlebar when driving forward in
high speed.
Connecting the High Speed Hook-up
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High Speed
Hook-up
Connectors
Bumper-to-Bumper*
Limited Warranty
*One year limited warranty from the date of
purchase on the Power Wheels® vehicle.
Six month limited warranty on 6 volt batteries.
For the original purchaser, this one year limited warranty
covers the Power Wheels® ride-on vehicle (purchased from
Power Wheels®) against defects in materials and workmanship. The six month limited warranty applies only to the
• Remove the vehicle seat to access the high speed
6 volt batteries included by Power Wheels® with the original
hook-up.
purchase of the vehicle.
• Plug the two high speed hook-up connectors together.
This warranty covers normal use and does not cover the
Make sure the two connectors are completely joined.
Power Wheels® vehicle or battery if it has been damaged by
• Re-assemble the vehicle seat.
unreasonable use, neglect, accident, abuse, misuse,
improper service or other causes not arising out of defects
• To prevent operation of the vehicle in high-speed, simply
in materials or workmanship. Evidence of any attempt at
disconnect the high speed hook-up connectors.
consumer repair will void this warranty. This warranty does
not cover, and is intended to exclude, any liability on the
To Drive
part of Power Wheels®, whether under this warranty or
Important! Teach your child not to drive the vehicle in HIGH
implied by law, or any indirect or consequential damages for
SPEED from a stopped position. Always start to drive in
breach of warranty. Some states do not allow the exclusion
LOW SPEED and shift to HIGH SPEED when already
or limitation, so this limitation may not apply to you.
moving forward.
Should you need service or assistance with your vehicle
during the warranty period, do not return the vehicle to
the store. Power Wheels® has provided a nationwide
network of authorized service centers. Please refer to the
list in this manual. Power Wheels® is continually expanding
Drive
our Authorized Service Center Network. If there is not an
authorized service center in your area, please call
Consumer Affairs for information, 1-800-348-0751.
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This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may
also have other rights which may vary from state to state.
Please save your original sales receipt.
High
Speed
• Press the DRIVE and LOW SPEED buttons on
the console.
• Press the foot pedal to move forward in low speed. With
the foot pedal pressed and the vehicle already moving
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Problems and Solutions Guide
IMPORTANT! If you experience a problem with your vehicle, first check the Problems and Solutions
Guide below. If you still experience a problem, please contact Power Wheels® Consumer Affairs,
toll-free at 1-800-348-0751 between 8 AM and 5 PM (EST) Monday through Friday. Or, contact
your local Power Wheels® authorized service center. For the location nearest you, please refer to
the Authorized Service Center list beginning on page 29.
Problem
Vehicle does not run
Possible Cause
Undercharged batteries
Solution
Charge the batteries. New batteries should have been
charged for at least 18 hours before using the vehicle for
the first time. After first-time use, recharge the batteries for
at least 14 hours after each use. Never charge the batteries
longer than 30 hours.
Check all connectors. Make sure the battery connectors are
tightly plugged into the charger connector, and that the
charger is plugged into the wall.
Make sure power flow to the wall outlet is “ON”.
Vehicle was running but
suddenly stopped
Charger is not working
There is no sure way to tell if your charger is working unless
you have a volt meter. If you suspect there is a problem with
your charger, contact your local Power Wheels® authorized
service center. They can test your charger for you.
Tripped thermal fuse
Each Power Wheels® 6 volt battery has a built-in thermal
fuse. A thermal fuse may "trip" and shut down operation of
the vehicle if the vehicle is overloaded or the driving
conditions too severe. The fuse will automatically reset itself
after approximately 25 seconds, allowing the vehicle to
resume normal operation. To avoid repeated automatic
shutdowns, do not overload the vehicle by exceeding the
65 lbs maximum weight capacity or by towing anything
behind the vehicle. Avoid severe driving conditions, such as
driving up very steep hills or running into fixed objects,
which can cause the wheels to stop spinning while power
is still being supplied to the motors. If a thermal fuse
continually trips, contact your local Power Wheels®
authorized service center.
Loose wire or loose connectors
Check all wires and connectors. Make sure the battery
connectors are tightly plugged into the motor harness
connector, and that there are no loose wires around
the motors.
Dead batteries
If your batteries are old or if you have not followed Battery
Care instructions, your batteries may be dead. If you are
unsure whether or not the batteries are dead, you can have
them tested at your local Power Wheels® authorized
service center.
Electrical switch damage
The electrical switches can become corroded due to
exposure to water or moisture, or can jam due to loose dirt,
sand or gravel. Contact your local Power Wheels®
authorized service center for diagnosis and repair.
Motor damage
Contact your local Power Wheels® authorized service center
for diagnosis and repair.
Loose wire or loose connectors
Check all wires and connectors. Make sure the battery
connectors are tightly plugged into the motor harness
connector, and that there are no loose wires around
the motors.
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Problems and Solutions Guide
Problem
Possible Cause
Solution
Vehicle was running but
suddenly stopped (cont.)
Tripped thermal fuse
Each Power Wheels® 6 volt battery has a built-in thermal
fuse. A thermal fuse may "trip" and shut down operation of
the vehicle if the vehicle is overloaded or the driving
conditions too severe. The fuse will automatically reset itself
after approximately 25 seconds, allowing the vehicle to
resume normal operation. To avoid repeated automatic
shutdowns, do not overload the vehicle by exceeding the
65 lbs maximum weight capacity or by towing anything
behind the vehicle. Avoid severe driving conditions, such as
driving up very steep hills or running into fixed objects,
which can cause the wheels to stop spinning while power is
still being supplied to the motors. If a thermal fuse
continually trips, contact your local Power Wheels®
authorized service center.
Short run time (Less than
1 - 3 hours per charge)
Undercharged batteries
Charge the batteries. New batteries should have been
charged for at least 18 hours before using the vehicle for
the first time. After first-time use, recharge the batteries for
at least 14 hours after each use. Never charge the
batteries longer than 30 hours.
Check all wires and connectors. Make sure the battery
connector is tightly plugged into the charger connector,
and that the charger is plugged into the wall.
Make sure power flow to the wall outlet is “ON”.
Vehicle runs sluggishly
Overcharged batteries
Do not charge the batteries longer than 30 hours. If you
suspect that your batteries are damaged as a result of
overcharging, contact your local Power Wheels® authorized
service center. They can test your batteries for you.
Batteries are old and will not
accept full charge
Even with proper care, a rechargeable battery does not last
forever. Average battery life is 1 to 3 years depending on
vehicle use and use conditions. Replace only with Power
Wheels® 6 volt batteries with built-in thermal fuse. Power
Wheels® 6 volt batteries with external thermal fuses will not
fit in the battery compartment of this vehicle.
Tripped thermal fuse
Each Power Wheels® 6 volt battery has a built-in thermal
fuse. A thermal fuse may "trip" and shut down operation of
the vehicle if the vehicle is overloaded or the driving
conditions too severe. The fuse will automatically reset itself
after approximately 25 seconds, allowing the vehicle to
resume normal operation. To avoid repeated automatic
shutdowns, do not overload the vehicle by exceeding the
65 lbs maximum weight capacity or by towing anything
behind the vehicle. Avoid severe driving conditions, such as
driving up very steep hills or running into fixed objects,
which can cause the wheels to stop spinning while power is
still being supplied to the motors. If a thermal fuse
continually trips, contact your local Power Wheels®
authorized service center.
Undercharged batteries
Charge the batteries. New batteries should have been
charged for at least 18 hours before using the vehicle for
the first time. After first-time use, recharge the batteries for
at least 14 hours after each use. Never charge the batteries
longer than 30 hours.
Check all connectors. Make sure the battery connectors
are tightly plugged into the charger connector, and that the
charger is plugged into the wall.
Make sure power flow to the wall outlet is “ON”.
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Problems and Solutions Guide
Problem
Vehicle runs sluggishly (cont.)
Possible Cause
Solution
Batteries need charging
After approximately 3 hours of constant use, the batteries
need charging.
Batteries are old and will not accept
accept full charge
Even with proper care, a rechargeable battery does not
last forever. Average battery life is 1 to 3 years depending on
vehicle use and use conditions. Replace only with Power Wheels®
6 volt batteries with built-in thermal fuse. Power Wheels® 6 volt
batteries with external thermal fuses will not fit in the battery
compartment of this vehicle. For best performance, do not use
substitute parts.
Vehicle is overloaded
Make sure you do not overload the vehicle by allowing
more than 1 rider at one time, exceeding the 65 lbs.
maximum weight capacity, or by towing objects behind the
vehicle. If the vehicle is overloaded, the fuses in the batteries may "trip", and automatically shut down operation of the
for appoximately 25 seconds. Adjust the driving conditions
to prevent repeated automatic shutdowns.
Driving conditions are too stressful
Use only on gentle inclines or slopes of 10 o or less.
If the driving conditions are too stressful, the fuses in the
batteries may "trip" and automatically shut down operation
of the vehicle for approximately 25 seconds. Adjust the
driving conditions to prevent repeated automatic shutdowns.
Vehicle runs in low speed but
does not run in high speed
(Note: The vehicle is designed
to operate in low speed only
in reverse.)
High speed hook-up
not connected
The vehicle was pre-set to operate only in low speed until you
connect the high speed hook-up. Follow the instructions
on page 25 to connect High Speed Hook-up.
Sometimes the vehicle doesn’t
run, but other times it does
Loose wire or connector
Check all wires around the motors and all connectors to
make sure they are tight.
Motor or electrical switch damage
Contact your local Power Wheels® authorized service
center for diagnosis and repair.
Loose wire or connector
Check all wires around the motors and all connectors
to make sure they are tight.
“Dead Spot” on motor
Contact your local Power Wheels® authorized service
center for diagnosis and repair.
Damaged batteries
Contact your local Power Wheels® authorized service
center for diagnosis and repair.
Child is switching between
FORWARD and REVERSE
without stopping
Teach your child to stop the vehicle before switching
direction.
Loud clacking or grinding
noise from a motor-gearbox
Broken gears
Contact your local Power Wheels® authorized service
center for diagnosis and repair.
Charger gets warm during use
It is normal for some chargers to get
warm during use and is not reason
for concern. Some chargers do not
get warm during use.
No action required.
When the foot pedal is pressed,
the vehicle won’t run without
a push
Batteries’ thermal fuses constantly
"trip", but the vehicle is not
overloaded nor the driving
conditions too severe
Batteries make a sizzling or
gurgling noise when charging
It is normal for some batteries to
make noise and swell slightly while
charging and is not reason for
concern. Some batteries do not
make noise or swell while charging.
If your charger does not get warm during
use, it does not mean that it is not working properly.
No action required.
If your batteries do not make noise or swell slightly
during charging, it does not mean that they are
not accepting the charge.
If, after reviewing the Problems and Solutions Guide, the vehicle still fails to operate, please contact your nearest authorized
service center (see page 29) or contact Power Wheels® Consumer Affairs toll-free at 1-800-348-0751.
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Authorized Service Centers
We are continually expanding our Authorized Service Center Network. Please check this listing for
the Authorized Service Center nearest you. If there is not one in your area, please call
Power Wheels® Consumer Affairs at 1-800-348-0751.
ALABAMA
BIRMINGHAM - Frigid Appliance Center, 1861 Centerpoint
Rd., 35215, (205) 853-3952
BIRMINGHAM - Frigid Appliance Center, 701 Graymont
Ave. North, 35203, (205) 323-5831
DECATUR - Peddler II, 1308 Fairway Drive SE, 35601,
(205) 350-1044
DOTHAN - Bill’s Appliance Service, 208 Bic Rd., 36303,
(334) 792-7746
DOUGLAS - Brown Hardware #4916, Highway 75, 35964,
(256) 593-6086
HOMEWOOD - Frigid Appliance Center, 154 West Valley
Ave. 35209, (205) 942-3959
MONTGOMERY - Acme Service Co., 2603 Highland Ave.,
36107, (334) 264-2456
TROY - Specialty Batteries, 1317 South Brundidge St.,
36081, (334) 670-6800, Toll Free: (800)-477-8230
ALASKA
ANCHORAGE - Ken’s Electronics Service, 360 E.
International, 99518, (907) 562-3443
ARKANSAS
FT. SMITH - Bromley Appliance Service, 614 North 10th
Street, 72901, (501) 782-9646
JONESBORO - Jonesboro Sewing & Vac, 1420 South
Caraway Road, 72401, (870) 931-9600, (800) 530-7656
LITTLE ROCK - C & W Tool Repair, 1400 South Main St.,
72202, (501) 374-1911
ROGERS - Kressels Vacuum & Repair, 115 North 5th St.,
72756, (501) 636-7894
STUTTGART - Davis Lumber Company, 301 East
Michigan, 72160, (870) 673-3601
ARIZONA
GLENDALE - Elliott Electric Appliance, 6242 N. 43rd Ave.,
85301, (602) 937-2613
SCOTTSDALE - Elliott Electric Appliance, 7515 E.
McDowell Road, 85257, (602) 946-7487
TUCSON - Arizona Small Appliance Service, 5033 E. 5th
Street, 85711, (520) 325-3988
CALIFORNIA
ANDERSON - Hardware Express #0572, Do It Best,
96007, (530) 365-3783
BAKERSFIELD - Southwest TV, 6300 White Lane, Suite B,
93309, (805) 397-4940
CONCORD - Ca. Electric Service Inc., 1170-G Burnett
Ave., 94520, (925) 827-1011
COVINA - Ca. Electric Service Inc., 612 Shoppers Ln.,
91723, (626) 915-4935
FORT JONES - Ft. Jones Frontier Hardware, 11911 Main
Street, 96032, (916) 468-2266
FRESNO - Valley Small Appliance, 4005 E. Ashlan Ave.,
93726, (209) 224-5530
FULLERTON - Ca. Electric Service Inc., 1208 E. Ash
Avenue, 92831, (714) 870-0900
LOS ALAMITOS - Ca. Electric Service Inc.,
11284 Los Alamitos Blvd., 90720, (562) 430-2668
MERCED - Moosehead Electronics, 920 W. 18th Street,
95340, (209) 723-4712
MISSION VIEJO - Ca. Electric Service Inc., 23725 Via
Fabricante, 92691, (714) 586-9440
OAKLAND - Ca. Electric Service Inc., 2301 Broadway,
94612, (510) 834-1050
OXNARD - Tiny’s / The Clean-up Store, 1237 Saviers
Road, 93033, (805) 487-9401
PASADENA - Ca. Electric Service Inc., 2594 E. Colorado
Blvd., 91107, (626) 792-3194
SACRAMENTO - Ca. Electric Service Inc., 1717 Bell
Street, 95825, (916) 648-1604
SALINAS - SRS Hobbies, 1038A North Davis Road,
93907, (831) 424-4044, (800) 414-4547
SAN DIEGO - Ca. Electric Service Inc., 3440 El Cajon
Blvd., 92104, (619) 283-6488
SAN FRANCISCO - Ca. Electric Service Inc., 3934 Geary
Blvd., 94118, (415) 386-4500
SAN JOSE - Ca. Electric Service Inc., 481 South Bascom
Ave., 95128, (408) 295-1722
SANTA ROSA - Hardisty’s Inc., 710 Farmers Lane, 95405,
(707) 545-0535
SKY FOREST - Sky Forest Electrical, 26870 Highway 18,
92385, (909) 337-0811
STOCKTON - California Electronics, 929 North Yosemite
Street, 95203, (209) 466-5432
TEMECULA - Ca. Electric Service Inc., 41715 Enterprise
Circle, 92590, (909) 695-5445
VAN NUYS - Ca. Electric Service Inc., 14753 Oxnard Blvd.,
91411, (818) 997-8855
WEST LOS ANGELES - Ca. Electric Service Inc., 2314 S.
Westwood Blvd., 90064, (310) 475-2532
YUCAIPA - Aire-Rite Heating & A/C, 34724 Yucaipa Blvd.,
92399, (909) 797-2788
VERO BEACH - Hoppe’s Authorized Vac & Appliance,
1872 Commerce Avenue, 32960, (561) 562-4466
WEST PALM BEACH - Satisfaction TV Video, 1980 S.
Congress Avenue, 33406, (561) 439-3733, (800) 477-3734
COLORADO
GEORGIA
COLORADO SPRINGS - Nelson Appliance Repair, Inc.,
1220 E. Fillmore, 80907, (719) 635-1928, (800) 291-8010
DENVER - Appliance Service, 4262 Lowell Blvd., 80211,
(303) 458-1109
ENGLEWOOD - Appliance Service, 3932 S. Broadway,
80110, (303) 781-1227, (800) 553-1864
GRAND JUNCTION - V & L Appliance Service, 591 25
Road Suite A6, 81506, (970) 243-3360
PUEBLO - Direct Maytag Home Appliance Co., 1407 Santa
Fe Drive, 81006, (719) 543-0777
ATLANTA - Georgia Service Center, 5366 Buford Highway,
30340, (770) 455-1716, (800) 455-1715
AUGUSTA - A & A Appliance Parts & Service, 1708 Walton
Way, 30904, (706) 733-5163
BRUNSWICK - Arco Hardware & Supply, 3711 Community
Road, 31520, (912) 267-0771
COLUMBUS - Burrell’s National Appliance Service,
1728 Warm Springs Road, 31904, (706) 327-0523
GAINESVILLE - Bike Town USA, 1604 Dawsonville Hwy.,
30501, (770) 532-7090
LOGANVILLE - Mtn. Mower Sales and Service, 380-A
Hwy. 78, 30249, (770) 466-9111
MARIETTA - Philips Consumer Electronics, 200 N. Cobb
Parkway, 30062, (770) 795-0085
SAVANNAH - Hagins Appliance Service, 3 West Victory
Drive, 31405, (912) 233-8372
TIFTON - Western Auto, 354 South Main Street, 31794,
(912) 382-5767
VALDOSTA - Harry B. Anderson, Inc. Western Auto,
31601, (912) 242-5945
WOODSTOCK - All City Appliance Inc., 8477 Hwy 92
Suite 110, 30189, (770) 924-2375
CONNECTICUT
HAMDEN - New Haven Appliance, 1627 Dixwell Ave.,
06514, (203) 288-6229
HARTFORD - Hartford Element & Appliance, 1500 Albany
Avenue, 06112, (860) 246-7424, (800) 787-7977
SHELTON - Jeff’s Appliance, Inc., 500 A Howe Avenue,
06484, (203) 924-8997
STAMFORD - Appliance Service of Stamford, 15 Cedar
Heights Road, 06905, (203) 322-7656
WATERBURY - P.J. Appliance Repair, 935 South Main
Street, 06706, (203) 757-1014
DELAWARE
SELBYVILLE - Ahern & Son, Inc., #2 S. Dupont Hwy Rt. 2,
19975, (302) 436-4100
WILMINGTON - Lyons Hardware Do-It Center,
2021 Kirkwood Highway, 19805, (302) 995-1260
DF
MEXICO - S.E.G.E.S.A., Calz De Tlalpan 1172-A, CP3540
FLORIDA
ATLANTIC BEACH - First Coast Repair, 25 Seminole
Road, 32233, (904) 246-4616
CAPE CORAL - Family Hardware #0827 Do-It Express,
33904, (941) 542-6365
DELRAY BEACH - Mister FixIt, 209 S.E. 2nd Avenue,
33483, (561) 243-9999
GAINESVILLE - Authorized Appliance Service,
2614 South West 34th Street, 32608, (352) 375-3886
HIALEAH - S-O Service Company, 925 Hialeah Drive,
33010, (305) 887-6275
HOLLY HILL - Ormond Element, 1668 Ridgewood Avenue,
32117, (904) 677-3497
JACKSONVILLE - Authorized Appliance, 6120-5 Powers
Avenue, 32217, (904) 737-5312
LAKELAND - Electric Shaver & Small Appliance, 4243 S.
Florida Avenue, 33813, (941) 644-4690
MIAMI - Goodman’s Sales & Service, 13081 SW 133
Court, 33186, (305) 278-8822
NORTH PALM BEACH - Appliance Doctors II,
450 Northlake Blvd., 33408, (561) 845-0377,
OCALA, Vacuum Center & Gifts, 2012 South Pine Avenue,
34474 (352) 732-6335
ORLANDO - Pine Hills Appliance Svc. Co., 6100-4 W.
Colonial Drive, 32808, (407) 299-1271
ORLANDO - Southern Electric Co., 510 N. Parramore
Avenue, 32801, (407) 841-8824, (800) 940-8824
PANAMA CITY, Callaway Vacuum & Sewing, 221 N.
Tyndall Parkway, 32404, (850) 763-7443
PENSACOLA - Foster’s Appliance Repair, 3836 N. Davis
Highway, 32503, (850) 432-8853
POMPANO BEACH - Authorized Appliance, 2171 North
Dixie Highway, 33060, (954) 941-2038
PORT ST. LUCIE - Hoppe’s Authorized Vac & Appliance,
6735 South Federal Hwy, 34952, (561) 464-0102
SARASOTA - Sunray Small Appliance, 8371 N. Tamiami,
Tr US-41, 34243, (941) 358-9999, (800) 895-5655
SEBRING - Ace Hardware of Sebring, 305 US 27 North,
33870, (941) 385-2785
SPRING HILL - Ace Hardware #5304F, 5350 Spring Hill
Drive, 34606, (352) 686-4743
ST. PETERSBURG - Keystone Electric, 4604 Central
Avenue, 33711, (813) 321-1124
STUART - Appliance Doctors, 3166 S.E. Dixie Highway,
34997, (561) 287-6437
SUNRISE - Muller Appliance Service, 2116 N. University
Drive, 33322, (954) 749-5460
TAMPA - Authorized Appliance Service Co., Dibbs Plaza,
33624, (813) 968-6638
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HAWAII
HONOLULU - McCully Bicycle & Sporting Goods,
932 Hausten Street, 96826, (808) 946-1192
WAILUKU - Tom’s Appliance Sales & Service,
1816 Mill Street Suite 104, 96793, (808) 244-6278
WAIPAHU - Waipahu Bicycle, 94-320 Depot Street, 96797,
(808) 671-4091
IDAHO
BOISE - Boise Appliance, 1503 Main Street, 83702,
(208) 343-0102
ILLINOIS
CHAMPAIGN - Appliance Parts & Service, 905 Francis,
61821, (217) 355-0220
DECATUR - Rexx Battery of Decatur, 1330 E. Eldorado
Street, 62521, (217) 422-0281
DOWNER’S GROVE - Authorized Appl. Svc. Co., 1644 W.
Ogden Ave., 60515, (630) 852-1550, (800) 829-1798
JACKSONVILLE- Rexx Battery Specialists, 847 South
Main Street, 62650, (217) 245-2713
LINCOLN - Rexx Battery Specialists, 504 Keokuk, 62656,
(217) 732-2885
MORTON GROVE - Brand Parts & Repair Center,
5618 Dempster Street, 60053, (847) 965-5900
MT. VERNON - Battery Specialists, 1018 South 10th,
62864, (618) 244-0091
NASHVILLE - Kesel Hardware #5399, 173 West St. Louis,
62263, (618) 327-8957
NILES - Household Appl Sales & Service, 7411 N.
Milwaukee Ave., 60714, (847) 647-8250, (800) 572-6826
PEORIA - Rexx Battery Specialists, 3033 North University,
61604, (309) 687-3564
ROCKFORD - Sun Appliance Sales & Service, 3112 N.
Rockton Avenue, 61103, (815) 964-3866
SPRINGFIELD - Rexx Battery Co. Inc., 2505 South Grand
East, 62703, (217) 535-4096
TAYLORVILLE - Battery Specialists +, Golf Cars, 62568,
(217) 824-3943
INDIANA
EVANSVILLE - Electro Hygiene Co., 1614 South Kentucky,
47714, (812) 425-2671
FT. WAYNE - HWI Hardware & Paint, 6043 Stellhorn Road,
46835, (219) 485-8861
FT. WAYNE - Southside Vacuum Co. Inc., 3702 S. Calhoun
St., 46807, (219) 745-7788, (888) 209-8113
INDIANAPOLIS - Brand Appl Svctr Inc., 1827 N. Meridan
Street, 46202, (317) 924-1386
INDIANAPOLIS - Sullivan Do-It Center #957, 7021 N.
Keystone, 46220, (317) 255-9230
NEW ALBANY - Wells Hardware #1607, 1011 Vincennes
Street, 47150, (812) 944-4523
OSCEOLA - AAA Appliance Service Co., 11868 Lincoln
Way West, 46561, (219) 679-4981
SOUTH BEND - Ray’s TV and Appliance, 60717 US 31
South, 46614, (219) 291-1630
Authorized Service Centers
IOWA
BETTENDORF - K & K True Value Hardware, 1818 Grant
Street, 52722, (319) 359-4473
CEDAR RAPIDS - Stalker Electric Inc., 110 3rd Ave. SW,
52404, (319) 364-5646
COUNCIL BLUFFS - Millard Television Inc., 1840 Madison
Avenue, 51501, (712) 322-9552
DES MOINES - Quality Appliance Repair Center,
1417 Walnut Street, 50309, (515) 288-0108
DUBUQUE - Shavers Plus, 1824 Central Avenue, 52001,
(319) 556-4442
FT. DODGE - Messerly Electronics, 614 1st Avenue South,
50501, (515) 576-4480
GRINNEL - Bikes To You, Inc., 921 Broad Street, 50112,
(515) 236-8600
SIOUX CITY - Millard Television Inc., 1419 Hamilton Blvd.,
51103, (712) 258-3435
KANSAS
COLBY - Gavon’s Electronics, 1870 South Range, 67701,
(785) 462-6601
JUNCTION CITY - R/C Hobbies, 115 W. 7th Street, 66441,
(785) 238-1877
OVERLAND PARK - Mar-Beck Appliance Service Co. Inc.,
8471 West 95th Street, 66212, (913) 642-1557
WICHITA - Alan Appliance Service, Inc., 1300 E. Central,
67214, (316) 262-7228, (800) 290-7228
KENTUCKY
GREENVILLE – Malone Lumber Do-It Center, 204 W.
Depot Street, 42345, (502) 338-3252
LOUISVILLE - Maury’s Appliance Service, 1521 Bardstown
Road, 40205, (502) 456-1671
MADISONVILLE - Kuester’s Hardware, North Main St.,
42431, (502) 825-2818
MT. WASHINGTON - Mt. Washington Auto, Box 316 520 N.
Bardstown, 40047, (502) 538-4296
OWENSBORO - Kuester’s Inc., 1210 Carter Road, 42301,
(502) 685-4916
PADUCAH - Hank Brothers True Value, 3101 Lone Oak
Road, 42003, (502) 554-4001
LOUISIANA
ALEXANDRIA - Red River Cyclery, 3724 South MacArthur
Dr., 71302, (318) 473-4256
BAKER - Gayle Batt. Distributors, 16555 Plank Road,
70714, (504) 774-7475, (800) 965-3258
BATON ROUGE - Home Appliance Service, Inc.,
10781 Florida Blvd., 70815, (504) 272-7727
HAMMOND - Battery Depot, 207 East Thomas Street,
70401, (504) 542-4983
HOUMA - Terrebonne Marine, 1201 St. Charles Street,
70360, (504) 872-3314
LAFAYETTE - Cullen’s Playland, 4498 Johnston Street,
70503, (318) 981-2929
LAKE CHARLES - Capitol Schwinn Cyclery, 722 E. Prien
Lake Road, 70605, (318) 474-9090
METAIRIE - Le Jouet Inc., 1700 Airline Hwy, 70001,
(504) 837-0533
MORGAN CITY - Sam's Sales & Service, Inc.,
408 Roderick Street, 70380, (504) 384-1428
NEW IBERIA - Voorhies Supply Co. Inc., 401 W. St. Peter
Street, 70560, (318) 364-2431
SHREVEPORT - Shreveport Shaver and Appliance,
9750 St. Vincent, 71106, (318) 865-5088, (800) 349-7722
MAINE
BANGOR - Adco Surgical Supply Co., 1292 Hammond St.,
04401, (207) 942-5273, (800) 727-5273
GREENE - Brule’s Auto Clinic & Sales, 968 Sawyer Road,
04236, (207) 375-4872, (800) 339-4872
PORTLAND - Colonial Electronics, Inc., 259 St. John
Street, 04102, (207) 774-6666
MARYLAND
BERLIN - Myers Auto-Power Tool Rental Co. Inc., 21811,
(410) 641-3497
GAITHERSBURG - Waters Appliance Service, 216 E.
Diamond Ave., 20877, (301) 258-7500, (800) 225-5009
GLEN BURNIE - Taylor Rental, 7389 Baltimore-Annapolis
Blvd., 21061, (410) 768-1933, (800) 836-8464
TOWSON - Duran Service Company, 8741 Mylander Lane,
21286, (410) 321-9033
MASSACHUSETTS
LOWELL - Lowell Appliance Service Center, 564 Dutton
Street, 01854, (978) 454-8731
MAYNARD - Gramp’s Garage, 16 Main Street, 01754,
(978) 461-0463
MEDFIELD - Wills Hardware #4373, 5 Janes Avenue,
02052, (508) 359-4381
NEEDHAM - Suburban Appliance Service Center,
34 Wexford Street, 02194, (781) 449-8787
QUINCY - Appliance Service and Parts Inc.,
582 Washington Street, Route 3A, 02169, (617) 773-6656
SALEM - Fix Master Inc., 190 North Street, 01970,
(978) 745-0004
SPRINGFIELD - Utility Electric Service, Inc., 810 Main
Street, 01101, (413) 781-1635
MICHIGAN
ALMONT - Almont Do It Center #421, 4545 Van Dyke,
48003, (810) 798-8922
BAY CITY - Bay Vac & Pedal, 805 Columbus Ave., 48708,
(517) 892-7516
BRIGHTON - Complete Battery Source, 8023 W. Grand
River, 48116, (810) 220-1050
DAVISON - Gill-Roy’s Hardware, 8405 East Davison,
48423, (810) 653-2288
DEARBORN - McNichols Electric Service, 1836 Grindley
Park, 48124, (313) 563-7550
DETROIT - McNichols Electric Service, 13725 W.
McNichols, 48235, (313) 342-6070, (800) 562-4226
GAYLORD - Alpine Electronics Services, 604 West Main,
49735, (517) 732-5004, (800) 244-6633
GRAND RAPIDS - Superior Appliance Company,
1050 Scribner Avenue, NW, 49504, (616) 459-3271
JACKSON - Hammond Hardware #277, 1800 Francis St.,
49204, (517) 782-0704
KALAMAZOO - Consumer Repair, 3938 Westnedge,
49008, (616) 344-1200
LANSING - Rapid Appliance Service, Inc., 1454 E.
Michigan Avenue, 48912, (517) 485-1320
MARLETTE - Thumb Appl & Tool Repair, 3441 Main Street,
48453, (517) 635-7848
MIDLAND - Knopics Do-It Center, 3128 Jefferson Ave.,
48640, (517) 832-2774
NEW BUFFALO - Lawn Ranger “One Stop Shop” 19425
US Hwy 12, 49117, (616) 469-0667
PRUDENVILLE - Ford’s Do-It Center, 841 W. Houghton
Lake Drive, 48651, (517) 366-7622
ROYAL OAK - McNichols Electric Service, 4115 West 13
Mile Road, 48072, (248) 288-5135
SWARTZ CREEK - Gill-Roy’s Hardware, 9061 Miller Road,
48473, (810) 635-2020
TRAVERSE CITY - De Weese Hardware Inc., 1029 Carver
Street, 49686, (616) 947-7670
MINNESOTA
BLAINE - Barness #1, 8701 Central Ave. NE, 55434,
(612) 780-77229
BRAINERD - Git A’Round, 4299 Hwy. 371 North, 56401,
(218) 828-8088
DULUTH - All Brand Mr. Fixit, 16 West First Street, 55802,
(218) 722-1499
ROCHESTER - Roberts Electronics, 611 6th Ave. NW,
55901, (507) 282-2140
ST. LOUIS PARK - Barness #3, 4631 Excelsior Blvd.,
55416, (612) 926-0521
ST. PAUL - Barness #2, 1573 University Avenue, 55104,
(651) 646-3109
MISSISSIPPI
HATTIESBURG - Champion Cycle & Fitness, 2625 Lincoln
Road, 39402, (601) 264-8233
IUKA - W. H. Fairless Hardware Co. Inc., 117 Fulton Street,
38852, (601) 423-2233, (800) 797-9457
MERIDIAN - Broadmoor Home Center, 2420 Old North
Hills Street, 39305, (601) 483-7373
RIDGELAND - Propeller Service, 291 Hwy. 51, 39157,
(601) 856-3191
STARKVILLE - East Mississippi Lumber, 300 Russell
Street, 39759, (601) 323-3554
TUPELO - Polaris Outdoor World, 1644C Eason Blvd.,
38801, (601) 680-4733
MISSOURI
GLADSTONE - Mar-Beck Appliance Serv. Co. Inc.,
6559 N. Oak Traffic Way, 64118, (816) 436-9191
INDEPENDENCE - Mar-Beck Appliance Service Co. Inc.,
4476 South Noland Road, 64055, (816) 478-1889
KANSAS CITY - Mar-Beck Appliance Service Co. Inc.,
303 W. 79th Street, 64114, (816) 523-6931
POPLAR BLUFF - Mills Iron & Supply, 1919 S. Westwood
Blvd., 63901, (573) 785-2628
SPRINGFIELD - Mar-Beck Appliance Service Co. Inc.,
2704 S. Glenstone Avenue, 65804, (417) 882-3070
ST. LOUIS - Authorized Appliance, Inc., 2355 Hampton
Avenue, 63139, (314) 647-4250
MONTANA
BILLINGS - Radio Equipment Company, 1205 Monad Rd.,
59101, (406) 256-9778, (800) 711-4024
NEBRASKA
GRAND ISLAND - Mundt’s Small Appliance & Vacuum,
1822 W. Northfront Street, 68803, (308) 382-5084
LINCOLN - CB Small Appliance, 432 South 11th Street,
68508, (402) 475-2546
LINCOLN - Sperry TV, 3201 Pioneer Blvd./Suite 33, 68503,
(402) 327-8111
LINCOLN - Sperry TV, 2013 Highway 2, 68502,
(402) 464-9181
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NORTH PLATTE - Sperry TV, Westfield Shopping Center,
69010, (308) 532-5200
OMAHA - Myers Electric Co., Inc., 1458 South 16th Street,
68108, (402) 342-7710
NEVADA
LAS VEGAS - Burney’s Commercial Service,
4480 Aldebaran Avenue, 89103, (702) 736-0006
MINDEN - Valley Do-It Center, 1587 Highway 395, 89423,
(702) 782-5111
NEW HAMPSHIRE
MARLBOROUGH, Electronics Aid Inc., 32 Roxbury Road,
03455, (603) 876-4161
NEW JERSEY
HAWTHORNE - Ter Kuile, Inc., 206 Diamond Bridge
Avenue, 07506, (973) 423-1142
HIGHLAND PARK - Dash Electronics, 10 North Second
Ave., 08904, (732) 247-2495
HOWELL - South Jersey TV Service, 4321 Route 9 North,
07731, (732) 363-5550, (800) 244-3094
MAPLEWOOD - Kiss Electrical Contractors Inc.,
36 Newark Way, 07040, (973) 275-9400
OCEAN - South Jersey TV Service, 1719 Route 35, 07712,
(732) 531-3565
SICKLERVILLE - Sicklerville Hardware, 540 Williamstown
Road, 08081, (609) 728-3800
TOMS RIVER - South Jersey TV Service, 1171 Fischer
Road, 08753, (732) 506-9400
TRENTON - Tattersall Inc. #5459, 309 N. Willow Street,
08618, (609) 393-4293
NEW MEXICO
ALBUQUERQUE - Appliance Service Center, 5505 Silver
Avenue, SE, 87108, (505) 265-7774
CLOVIS - Burns Hardware Do-It Center, 1511 N. Prince,
88101, (505) 769-2528
NEW YORK
ALBANY - Lake Electronic Service, 1650 Central Avenue,
12205, (518) 869-8424, (800) 585-3777
BAYSHORE, L.I. - Turnpike Appliance of Suffolk,
1253 Sunrise Highway, 11706, (516) 665-8311
BINGHAMTON - Hardware Fare Do-It Center,
1139 Front Street, 13905, (607) 722-9202
BRONX - Home Appl. Vacuum World, 5902 Riverdale
AvenueCor W 259th St., 10471, (718) 884-4600
COMMACK - Turnpike Appliance Service, 6181 Jericho
Turnpike, 11725, (516) 499-3355
EAST AURORA - Sem-Fab of Western New York,
455 Olean Road, 14052, (716) 652-5228
EAST ROCHESTER - ABC Electronics Service Corp.,
350 West Commercial St., 14445, (716) 248-3504
ELMIRA - Capabilities Inc., 1149 Sullivan Street, 14901,
(607) 734-2006
HAMBURG - K-Technologies, Inc., 5424 Abel Road,
14075, (716) 649-5460
HUDSON - Sweeps Vacuum & Repair Center, 705 Warren
Street, 12534, (518) 828-5457
MONTICELLO - Wayne’s Small Engine & Equip. Repair, 79
St. John Street, 12701, (914) 796-1851
POUGHKEEPSIE - S & S Appliance Sales & Service,
390 Violet Avenue, 12601, (914) 452-6122
RICHMOND HILL - Lockdoctor Locksmiths In, 104-37
Atlantic Ave., 11418, (718) 441-6242
ROCHESTER - Benfante Appliance Service,
1286 Mt. Hope Avenue, 14620, (716) 473-8765
SEA CLIFF - Shabra Electronics, 400 Glen Cove Avenue,
11579, (516) 671-2218
STATEN ISLAND - Springstead Lumber, 4255 Amboy
Road, 10308, (718) 984-0300
SYRACUSE - County Wide Appliance, 1001 N. State
Street, 13208, (315) 479-5253, (800) 333-3243
TUCKAHOE - Authorized Appliance of Westchester,
26 Columbus Ave., 10707, (914) 961-8011
UTICA - Oneida Bicycle & Sports, 2107 Whitesboro St.,
13502, (315) 724-6084
WARWICK - Wadeson Home Center 4397, 60 Forester
Avenue, 10990, (914) 987-2255, (800) 982-2215
WEST HEMPSTEAD - Turnpike Appl. Svc., 86 Hempstead
Turnpike, 11552, (516) 486-5700, (800) 628-3911
WILLIAMSVILLE - Hector’s Hardware, 876 Maple Road,
14221, (716) 688-4488
YORKVILLE - Yorkville Battery, Inc., 126 Whitesboro
Street, 13495, (315) 736-2307
NORTH CAROLINA
ASHEVILLE - Skyland Hardware #6423, 3179 Sweeten
Creek Road, 28803, (828) 684-0308
CHARLOTTE - Auth. Appl. Service Center, 1020
Tuckaseegee Rd., 28208, (704) 377-4501, (800) 532-6127
CLINTON - Danny’s Service Center, 119 Vance Street,
28328, (910) 592-3200
ELIZABETH CITY - Coastal Office Equipment, 501 East
Church Street, 27909, (252) 335-2927
Authorized Service Centers
JACKSONVILLE - Discount Sales & Service, 468-B
Western Blvd., 28546, (910) 455-6700
NORTH WILKESBORO - Appalachian Serv Center,
609 Elkin Hwy 268 East, 28659, (336) 667-5103
RALEIGH - Authorized Appliance Service Center,
800 North Person Street, 27604, (919) 834-3476
STATESVILLE - First Flight Bicycles, 216 S. Center St.,
28677, (704) 878-9683
WILMINGTON - American Tool & Tractor, 102 Eastwood
Road, 28403, (910) 392-5784
WINSTON-SALEM - Authorized Appliance Service Center,
904 South Marshall Street, 27117, (336) 725-5396
NORTH DAKOTA
FARGO - General Parts & Supply Co., 10 S. 18th Street,
58103, (701) 235-4161, (800) 279-9987
OHIO
AKRON - Advanced Appliance Service Company,
1604 Home Avenue, 44310, (330) 630-0058
AMHERST - Battery Power, 1911 Cooper Foster Park
Road, 44001 (440) 960-2940
BROOKLYN HEIGHTS - Philips Consumer 729, 950
Keynote Circle, 44131, (216) 741-3334, (800) 331-7037
CANTON - Appliance Parts Co., 1267 Dueber Ave. S.W.,
44706, (330) 453-8077
CINCINNATI - H & S Service, 458 Old State Route 74,
45244, (513) 528-0808
DAYTON - Layer Electric, 603 South Ludlow, 45402,
(937) 224-9608
LIMA - Crouse Lumber Do-It Center, 333 E. Market Street,
45801, (419) 229-9070, (800) 826-9663
MENTOR - Lake Erie Lawn & Garden, 7833 Munson Rd.,
44060, (440) 257-9000
NEW BOSTON - True Value Toy Town, 4207 Gallia Street,
45662, (740) 456-5704
NEW CARLISLE - Ballweg Hardware Inc., 3300 South
Dayton-Lakeview, 45344, (937) 849-1306, (800) 786-1308
PARMA - Majors Appliance, 5785 Ridge Road, 44129,
(440) 884-7200
STRYKER - Short’s Hardware #3545, 115 N. Depot Street,
Po Box 60, 43557, (419) 682-4231
TOLEDO - Broadway Sales, 1621 Broadway, 43609,
(419) 241-9731, (800) 436-5415
WELLINGTON - TraveLite Inc. 100 Industrial Avenue,
44090, (440) 647-3670
YOUNGSTOWN - O’Connor’s, 3224 Market Street, 44507,
(330) 782-4705
OKLAHOMA
MC ALESTER - Quality Upholstery, 803 E. Gene Stipe
Blvd., 74501, (918) 423-4747
OKLAHOMA CITY - Brand Appliance Repair, Co.,
538 N. Pennsylvania Avenue, 73107, (405) 235-0583
OKLAHOMA CITY - Appliance Services By CK, 101 East
Madison, 73105, (405) 5258862
OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma Service Center, 1940 North
May Avenue, 73107, (405) 946-9841
TULSA - H.L. Moss, Inc., 1714 E. 15th Street, 74104,
(918) 744-1305, (800) 248-5948
OREGON
EUGENE -Oldfield’s, 1465 W 7th, 97402, (541) 485-6000
PORTLAND - Appliance Repair Central, 3203 N. E. Sandy
Blvd., 97232, (503) 234-7339, (800) 588-7339
SEASIDE - Distinctive Carpet Care, 407 South Holladay,
97138, (503) 738-3007
PENNSYLVANIA
ALTOONA - Frye’s Sweep/Sew Center Inc., 1400 Valley
View Blvd., 16602, (814) 943-5001, (800) 640-1308
BUTLER - Battery Warehouse, 469 Cunningham Street,
16001, (724) 287-3191
COLLINGDALE - Kenney Electric, 920 Mac Dade
Boulevard, 19023, (610) 534-7373
ERIE - Parke T. Morrow, Inc., 627 W 26th Street, 16508,
(814) 455-7566
HARRISBURG - C.A. Juillard Inc., 2301 North Seventh
Street, 17110, (717) 233-3488, (800) 633-3488
JOHNSTOWN - Cambria True Value Hardware, West Hills
Square, 15905, (814) 255-4752
KINGSTON - Vac-Way Appliance & Service, 595 Market
Street, 18704, (717) 288-4508
LANCASTER - Colonial Electronics, 241 West Roseville
Rd. Suite 2, 17601, (717) 560-2222
MC DONALD - Small Engine World, 130 E. O‘Hara Street,
15057, (724) 926-3330
MOSCOW - Vac-Way Appliance & Service Co., 101 Van
Brunt Street, 18444, (717) 842-4668
ORANGEVILLE - Hess Do-It Center & Market, Route 487,
Box 4 M, 17859, (717) 683-5162
PHILADELPHIA - Appliance Care & Service Co.,
6407 Rising Sun Ave., 19111, (215) 725-3112
PITTSBURGH - Ferry Electric Service Co., 140 Clairton
Blvd., 15236, (412) 653-6004
PITTSBURGH - Ferry Electric Service Co., 7498 McKnight
Road, 15237, (412) 364-3403
READING - Electric Repair Co., 502-504 North 9th Street,
19604, (610) 376-5444, (800) 422-8171
SCRANTON - Vac-Way Appliance and Service Co.,
601 Cedar Avenue, 18505, (717) 343-1121
SHAMOKIN DAM - Willard Battery Outlet, 138 S. Old Trail,
17876, (717) 743-5383
TROY - Hoover Hardware #3958, 9 Canton Street, 16947,
(717) 297-3445, (800) 251-2156
WILKES-BARRE - Walter Hardware Do-It Center,
57 N. Welles Street, 18702, (717) 823-1406
YORK - Parcel Plus, 2549 E. Market Street, 17402,
(717) 757-1875
PUERTO RICO
HATILLO - Tropical Parts Service, Carr 130km 8.5 B0. Pajui
00659, (809) 898-6474
MAYAGUEZ - Cardona Appliance Service, 8 San Vicente
Sreet, 00680, (809) 832-8366
MAYAGUEZ - AAA Melendez Rental & Repair, Calle Post
#319 Sur, 00680, (787) 832-5225
PONCE - Ferreteria Vivian, 775 Calle Caoba, 00731,
(787) 840-0677
PUERTO NUEVO - Buckeye Service, 1013 Jesus T. Pinero
Avenue, 00920, (787) 782-6175
RHODE ISLAND
SOUTH CAROLINA
AIKEN - Dunagan's Sewing & Vac, 1536 Whiskey Road,
29803, (803) 649-6777
CHARLESTON HEIGHTS - Dorchester Electric Service,
3575 Dorchester Avenue, 29405, (843) 747-5221
COLUMBIA - Authorized Appliance Service Center,
1811 Taylor Street, 29202, (803) 254-8414
DARLINGTON - Hobbies and More, 1570 South Main
Street, 29532, (843) 393-0355
EASLEY - Trails End Bicycles, 110 Pendleton Street,
29640, (864) 306-1684
FORT MILL - Service Engines Inc., 3356 SC Hwy 51
29715, (803) 548-1778, (800) 845-1191
GREENWOOD - Bikes & Boards & Mopeds, 203A
Montague Avenue, 29646, (864) 229-2453
SENECA - Seneca Micronics #110 East North First St.,
29678, (864) 882-6580
SPARTANBURG - Boiling Springs Hardware, 3124 Boiling
Springs Rd, 29303, (864) 578-1852
SOUTH DAKOTA
WINNER - Nelwon Electronics Inc., 422 West 2nd Street,
57580, (605) 842-1611
TENNESSEE
DANDRIDGE - Save More Sales, Highway 25-70
Bldg. 259, 37725, (423) 397-1255
CHATTANOOGA - Light Electric Company, 739 East
11th Street, 37403, (423) 267-9224
KNOXVILLE - Appliance & Electric Service, 5309-A
Kingston Pike, 37919, (423) 588-5395, (800) 585-5395
KNOXVILLE - Authorized Appliance Service Center,
1206 North Central Street, 37917, (423) 524-3376
MEMPHIS - Camp Electric, 647 Madison Avenue, 38103,
(901) 527-7543, (800) 238-7345
NASHVILLE - Webb’s Appliance Service Center, 1519
Church Street, 37203, (615) 329-4079, (800) 899-4079
TEXAS
ABILENE - Mike's Bikes, 3317 South 1st Street, 79602,
(915) 672-1853
AMARILLO - Reid’s Appliance Service, Inc., 906 Georgia,
79102, (806) 373-8812
AUSTIN - Harrell Supply and Service, Inc., 5435 Burnet
Road, 78756, (512) 451-6464, (800) 332-7250
AUSTIN - Harrell Supply and Service, Inc., 1409 West
Oltorf, 78704, (512) 442-5966
CORPUS CHRISTI - Brand Appliance & Microwave,
2751 South Staples, 78404, (512) 854-1851
DALLAS - All Type Sales and Service, 2835 Irving Blvd.,
75207, (214) 638-1170, (800) 717-1170
DALLAS - Pearsol Appliance Co., 3127 Main Street, 75226,
(214) 939-0930, (800) 527-7385
FT. WORTH - Ft. Worth Shaver and Appliance,
1012 West 7th Street, 76102, (817) 335-9970
HOUSTON - Brand Appliance Service Center,
1970 FM 1960 W, 77090, (281) 537-7795
HOUSTON - Brand Appliance Service Center,
5727 Richmond Avenue, 77057, (713) 782-8910
KILLEEN - Master Tech Repairs, 501 W. Elms Rd.
Suite #10, 76542, (254) 618-5480
LAREDO - Rubio Electric Co., 1719 San Bernardo,
78040, (956) 722-3908
LONGVIEW - Foster’s, 3315 Gilmer Road, 75604,
(903) 759-3939
LUBBOCK - Minter’s, 4409 50th Street, 79414,
(806) 799-3170
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LUFKIN - STS Audio and Video, 1505 South First Street,
75901, (409) 639-4529
MC ALLEN - All-In-One Repair Shop, 2313 Lark Avenue,
78504, (956) 682-8858
MIDLAND - Midland Tool Specialty, 918 South Main, 79701,
(915) 682-4647, (800) 499-0755
PASADENA - Larry’s TV Service Inc., 3520 Fairmont
Parkway, 77504, (281) 998-0122, (800) 244-0281
ROMA - True Value Hardware, 1004 E. Highway 83,
78584, (956) 849-1322
SAN ANTONIO - Brand Appliance Sales & Service,
6435 San Pedro Avenue, 78216, (210) 344-8577
SEYMOUR - Western Auto #5341, 211 N. Main Street,
76380, (940) 888-3980
TEMPLE - Master Tech Repairs, 2819 West Avenue North,
76504, (254) 773-8991
VICTORIA - Tom’s Video Service, 211 East Anaqua, 77901,
(512) 576-0664, (800) 433-0664
WICHITA FALLS - Burke’s Appliance Service, 2410 10th
Street, 76309, (817) 723-6211
UTAH
OREM - The Mending Shed, 1735 South State Street,
84058, (801) 225-8012, (800) 339-9297
SALT LAKE CITY - Appliance Service Center, Inc.,
1475 South Main, 84115, (801) 467-6361
VERMONT
RUTLAND - Appliance Service Center Ltd., 152 Woodstock
Avenue, 05701, (802) 773-8917
RUTLAND - Foley’s Equipment Care Center, 7 Pine Street,
05702, (802) 773-8917
VIRGINIA
HARRISONBURG - J.L. Maintenance & Repair, 1420
Virginia Avenue, 22802, (540) 434-4040, (800) 2960-9844
LUISA - Lakeside Electrice Contractors, 4344 Davis Hwy
Ste 2, 23093, (540) 967-3000
NORFOLK - Commonwealth Electric Shaver, 6614 Virginia
Beach Blvd., 23502, (757) 461-4475
RICHMOND - Wells, Inc., 3502 Jefferson Davis Hwy.,
23234, (804) 233-6726
ROANOKE - Commonwealth Electric Shaver, 5524
Williamson Road NW, 24012, (540) 366-6038
SOUTH BOSTON - South Boston True Value, 307 Broad
Street, 24592, (804) 572-6666
VIENNA - Appliance Fix-It, 8455 Tyco Road, 22182,
(703) 893-1234
WINCHESTER - Battery Mart of Winchester, 1 Battery Dr.,
22601, (540) 665-0065
WASHINGTON
BELLEVUE - Action Small Appliance, 1500 145th Place
SE, 98007, (425) 643-9806, (888) 643-9806
FEDERAL WAY - Martha Lake Electronics, 2118 South
314th Street, 98003, (253) 946-9033
LYNNWOOD - Martha Lake Electronics, 16521 13th Ave.
W., 98037, (425) 743-4178
RENTON - Martha Lake Electronics, 212 South West 43rd,
98055, (425) 251-5417
SEATTLE - Action Small Appliance, 2125-2nd Ave., 98121,
(206) 448-2020
SPOKANE - AALWACO Appliance Service, E. 3403 Euclid
Avenue, 99217, (509) 487-1089
TACOMA - Martha Lake Electronics, 2913 South 38th
Street, 98409, (253) 475-0668
WENATCHEE - Motor Mart, 150 Marr, 98801,
(509) 663-4237, (800) 696-9422
WEST VIRGINIA
BECKLEY - Jerry’s Detectors, Vacuum & Appl.,
411 Second Street, 25801, (304) 253-3521
CHARLESTON - Sneed’s Vacuum & Sewing Center,
2614 7th Avenue, 25312, (304) 744-3670, (800) 245-8048
HARRISVILLE - Western Auto Assoc. Store, 1107 E. Main
St., 26362, (304) 643-2226
HUNTINGTON - Mike’s Appliance and Service, 212 20th
Street, 25703, (304) 522-0737
MARTINSBURG - Battery Mart, 1161-3 Winchester
Avenue, 25401, (304) 267-7033, (800) 464-7918
WHEELING - Fast Service Center, 1058 Main Street,
26003, (304) 232-5561 (800) 874-4090
WISCONSIN
GREEN BAY - Kastle Carts, 3990 Evergreen Ave., 54313,
(920) 465-6121
LACROSSE - Paul’s Shaver Service, 1224 Caledonia
Street, 54603, (608) 782-6291
MARINETTE - Delta Do-It Center, W 1536 Highway 41,
54143, (715) 732-1768
MILWAUKEE - Brand Appliance Repair, Inc., 3707 North
92nd Street, 53222, (414) 461-0440
MILWAUKEE - Brand Appliance Repair, Inc., 6000 W.
Oklahoma Ave., 53219, (414) 541-4340
MONONA - Kiefers Shaver and Appliance, 4511 Monona
Drive, 53716, (608) 221-3322
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