polaris 500 trail boss - Peg

POLARIS 500
TRAIL BOSS
Model Number IGED1090
PEG PEREGO S.p.A.
via DE GASPERI 50 20043 ARCORE (MI) ITALIA
tel. 039·60881 fax 039·615869-616454
assistenza: tel. 039·6088213 fax 039·3309992
PEG PEREGO U.S.A Inc.
3625 INDEPENDENCE Dr. FORT WAYNE IN 46808
phone 260·4828191 fax 260·4842940
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PEG PEREGO CANADA Inc.
585 GRANITE COURT PICKERING ONT. CANADA L1W3K1
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pedal.
Teach your child the proper use of this vehicle for a
safe and fun play time.
• Before starting be sure that the way is free from
people and objects.
• Drive with both hands on the handlebar and keep
your eyes on the road at all times.
• Stop in time to avoid accidents.
• CAUTION! When operating in overload
conditions, such as soft deep sand, mud or
rough uneven terrain, the overload circuit
breaker will automatically disconnect the
power. After 10 or more seconds,the circuit
breaker will automatically reset, howevere you
must eliminate overload conditions to resume
normal driving.
PROBLEMS?
IF THE VEHICLE DOES NOT OPERATE?
• Check that all the plugs are properly connected.
• Check the accelerator switch, if vehicle runs
replace switch.
• Check that the battery is connected to the
electrical system.
IF THERE IS NO POWER?
• Fully recharge the batteries. If the problem
persists, check with an Authorized PEG PEREGO
Service Center.
metal parts (risk of fire or explosion).
• Always remove the batteries if the toy is not in use
for a long period.
• Do not throw batteries on the fire.
• Never attempt to charge batteries that are not
rechargeable.
• Remove dead batteries from the toy.
• Dispose of dead batteries into containers
provided for the recycling of dead batteries.
VEHICLE MAINTENANCE AND SAFETY
This product conforms to EN 71 and conforms to EN
50088 safety standard for electric toys.
This vehicle is not intended for use on streets,
around traffic or parked cars.
MAINTENANCE AND CARE
• Regularly check the conditions of the vehicle,
particularly the electrical system, the plug
connections, the covering caps and the charger. In
case of fault, do not try to use the vehicle and the
charger. For repair use only original PEG PEREGO’s
spare parts.
• PEG PEREGO assumes no liability if the electrical
system is tampered with.
• Do not leave vehicle or batteries near sources of
heat such as radiators, stoves, fireplaces, etc.
• Protect vehicle from water, rain, snow, etc. Do not
ride in loose sand or mud as these substances will
cause premature failure of switches, motors and
gears.
• When operating in overload conditions, such as
soft deep sand, mud or rough uneven terrain, the
overload circuit breaker will automatically
disconnect the power. After 10 or more
seconds,the circuit breaker will automatically
reset, howevere you must eliminate overload
conditions to resume normal driving.
• Periodically lubricate (with a light weight oil)
moving parts, such as wheel bearings, steering
linkages, where they rotate or touch one another.
• The vehicle’s surface can be cleaned with a
dampcloth. Do not use abrasive cleaners.
• The cleaning must be carried out by adults only.
• Never disassemble the vehicles mechanisms or
motors unless authorized by PEG PEREGO.
Conforms a EN 50088
Recargeable battery 6V 8Ah sealed lead-acid
battery.
One 60W motor
SAFETY
WARNING! THE CAR MUST BE USED UNDER ADULT
SUPERVISION.
• A child must be 2 years of age or older for the
necessary coordination and maturation to operate
this motorized vehicle safely.
• Never use the vehicle on steep slopes or near
steps or stairs. This vehicle is not suitable for use
on public highways.
• Children should always wear shoes when riding in
or driving a ride-in/ride-on vehicle.
• Do not allow children to place their hands, feet or
any part of their body, clothing or other articles
near the moving parts while vehicle is in
operation.
• Do not allow the electrical components, motors,
wiring, switches of your motorized vehicle to
become wet and never wash it with a hose.
• Never use gasoline or other flammable
substances near the vehicle.
• The vehicle is constructed just for one child.
RULES FOR SAFE DRIVING
DON'T STOP THE FUN: always have freshly charged,
back-up batteries on hand.
For your child’s safety: please read and follow all
instructions below before operating.
• ATTENTION:
Make sure that all locking bolts are correctly
tightened.
• FORWARD SPEED:
With both hands on the handlebars, press down
on the accelerator pedal; the vehicle goes forward
at 4 Km/h.
• BRAKE:
The electric braking system stops the vehicle
automatically when your child lifts his foot off the
40 • Plug the battery charger terminal to a wall
outlet following the instructions enclosed.
Connect the plug B to the battery charger plug
C.
41 • Once the charge is completed unplug
recharger from wall outlet. Unplug recharger
cord terminal C from battery terminal B.
42 • Plug battery terminal A into vehicle wiring
terminal B. Close saddle.
LAMP REPLACEMENT (2,5 VOLTS)
43 • Unscrew the indicator’s glass, then remove it.
44 • Carefully extract the lamp frame. While holding
it firmly, replace the lamp. Put the indicator’s
glass back in its place, then fasten it with the
screws.
BATTERY MAINTENANCE AND SAFETY
Before riding, charge your batteries for 18 hours to
initiate them. Failure to do this will result in
permanent battery damage.
CAUTION
Only adults should recharge batteries,never
children.
Never allow children to handle batteries.
Do not mix old and new batteries.
CHARGE BATTERY
• Charge the batteries no longer than 24 hours,
following the instructions enclosed with the
battery charger.
• Charge the battery, as the vehicle shows low
power, in this way you will avoid damage to the
battery.
• If you don’t use your vehicle for a long period of
time unplug the battery from the main wire
harness of the vehicle. Remember to charge the
battery at least every three months.
• Never charge the battery upside down.
• Do not forget batteries during charging! Check
them periodically.
• Never use a replacement recharger or batteries
unless they are approved by PEG PEREGO.
• Batteries are sealed and maintenance free.
• Battery polarity must be observed when
connecting battery to wiring.
WARNING
• BATTERIES CONTAIN TOXIC AND CORROSIVE
SUBSTANCES. DO NOT TAMPER WITH THEM.
• Batteries contain an acid-based electrolyte.
• Do not make direct contact between battery
terminals, as this can cause an explosion or fire.
• Charging produces explosive gases. Charge
batteries in a well ventilated area away from
sources of heat and flammable materials.
• Exhausted batteries are to be removed from the
vehicle.
• Do not place the batteries near clothing to avoid
damage.
IF A LEAK DEVELOPS
Shield your eyes. Avoid direct contact with the
electrolyte, protect your hands.
Place battery in a plastic bag and follow directions
listed below.
IF ELECTROLYTE COMES IN CONTAC WITH SKIN OR
CLOTHING
Flush with cool water for at least 15 minutes.
See a physician at once.
IF ELECTROLYTE IS INJESTED
Rinse your mouth and spit.
See a physician at once.
DISPOSAL OF BATTERIES
Help protect the environment!
Do not throw used batteries in your regular, house
hold trash.
Dispose of the old batteries in an approved
dumping station; contact your local environmental
protection agency office for further information.
CAUTION AA BATTERY
The insertion of batteries must only be carried out
or supervised by adults. Do not let children play
with the batteries.
• The batteries should be replaced by an adult.
• Use only the type of battery specified by the
manufacturer.
• Respect the polarity +/• Do not allow the batteries to be in contact with
12 • Insert the bushing as shown in the figure,
working from the other side of the shaft until it
is hooked to the body.
13 • Insert an iron washer as shown in the figure.
14 • Reposition the tool (used previously to insert
the self-locking washer - see Figure 7) on the
axle from the wheel side. Place the vehicle on
one side, keeping the wheel underneath. Make
sure the tool cannot shift.
15 • (1)Position the remaining wheel end insert an
iron washer. (2)Insert a self-locking washer on
the provided tool (shown in the figure).
Caution: The tabs of the self-locking washer
must face the inside of the tool (see small
picture A). (3)Fasten the wheel as shown in the
figure, pushing the self-locking washer down
completely.
16 • Snap on the remaining stud covers on both
sides.
17 • Insert the handlebar into the steering stem.
18 • Screw the handlebar in place, as shown in the
figure.
19 • Slip the two hand guards onto the handlebars,
lining up the holes in the hand guards with the
holes in the handlebars. WARNING: the two
hand guards are different from each other: the
figure shows how to assemble the right-hand
one.
20 • Fasten the hand guards with the two screws.
21 • Use a little liquid detergent to moisten the
inside of the handgrips. Slip the handgrips onto
the handlebars.
22 • Unscrew the battery compartment on the right
of the dash.
23 • Insert the two AA batteries -Not included- into
their holder, taking care to respect correct
polarity.
24 • Make sure that the battery holder is reinserted
into the battery compartment the correct way
(see figure). Close the cover, screwing it down.
25 • Snap the front luggage rack onto the bumper.
26 • Hook the bumper to the vehicle, inserting the
hooks into the specific holes on the body (1).
Turn the entire assembly as indicated by the
arrow (2).
27 • Fasten the front luggage rack using the two
supplied screws.
28 • Place the trunk support on the vehicle, and
fasten it with the 4 screws that come with it.
29 • Place the trunk on the support, fitting it into
the special hooks, as shown in the figure. Pull
the trunk all the way towards you, to fit it into
place (detail A).
30 • Rotate the red catch behind the saddle until
bringing it to the position shown on figure. A:
the saddle is locked. B: the saddle can be lifted.
Lift up the saddle.
31 • Connect the two plugs.
32 • Reposition the saddle by sliding the two pins
into the holes on the tank. Turn the red catch
behind the saddle in order to fasten it. The
vehicle is ready to use.
VEHICLE FEATURES AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR
USE
33 • ELECTRONIC UNIT: To activate the electronic
unit, turn the key. To sound the horn, press the
right button on the dash. To turn the flashers
on, press the left button on the dash.
To avoid draining the battery, turn the key
counterclockwise when the vehicle is not in use.
34 • GEARSHIFT LEVER: Your child will have fun
pretending to change gears using this gearshift
lever, which can be rotated into two positions.
35 • ACCELERATOR/ELECTRIC BRAKE PEDAL: The
vehicle brakes automatically when your child
lift his/her foot off the pedal.
REPLACING THE BATTERY
36 • Rotate the red catch behind the saddle until
bringing it to the position shown on figure 30
(figure B). Lift up the saddle. Unplug the
terminals. Unscrew the battery fastener.
37 • Lower the catch (1) and, at the same time, push
the battery fastener as indicated by the arrow
(2) to release it. Remove the battery fastener.
38 • Replace the battery. Replace and screw back on
the battery fastener. Connect the two plugs.
CAUTION: When you have finished, remember
to close and fix down the seat.
BATTERY RECHARGE
WARNING: BATTERY CHARGING AND EVERY OTHER
OPERATION ON THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM MUST BE
CARRIED OUT BY ADULTS ONLY.
THE BATTERY CAN ALSO BE CHARGED WITHOUT
REMOVING IT FROM THE TOY.
39 • Unplug vehicle wiring terminal A from battery
terminal B, by pressing terminals on side and
pulling apart.
Years 2 - 5
ASSEMBLY
1 • Check the forecarriage to be sure it is correctly
fastened at points (A). Remove the protective
caps (B).
2 • Insert an iron washer on the pin of the
forecarriage, as shown in the figure.
3 • (1)Insert one of the two front wheels: make
sure you use the wheel shown in Figure A.
(2)Insert an iron washer.
4 • Insert a self-locking washer on the provided
tool (shown in the figure). Caution: The tabs of
the self-locking washer must face the inside of
the tool (see small picture A). NOTE: the bag
contains 8 self-locking washers. Keep 4 of them
apart as spare washers.
5 • Fasten the wheel as shown in the figure,
pushing the self-locking washer down
completely.
6 • Snap on the stud cover. Perform the same
operations as the ones in Figure 2 for the other
front wheel.
7 • Insert a self-locking washer on the provided
tool (shown in the figure). Caution: The tabs of
the self-locking washer must face the inside of
the tool (see small picture A).
8 • Remove the grey protective caps at the ends of
the rear axle. Insert the axle on the tool as
shown in the figure.
9 • (1)Insert an iron washer on the axle. (2)Insert
the axle into one of the two rear wheels: make
sure you use the wheel shown in Figure A.
10 • Insert the axle with the wheel into the hole of
the gearmotor, pressing to be sure it exits from
the opposite side of the vehicle.
11 • Turn the wheel slightly to match up the
gearmotor pentagon with the one on the
wheel (Figure shows incorrect fastening of the
wheel).
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USE AND CARE
6V
POLARIS 500
TRAIL BOSS
Model Number IGED1090
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