CHILDREN’S ELECTRIC RIDE-ON With remote control function Owner’s Manual with Assembly Instructions Styles and colours may vary. Made in China. The owner’s manual contains important safety information as well as assembly, use and maintenance instructions. The Ride-on Car must be assembled by an adult who has read and understands the instructions in this manual. Keep the package away from children and dispose of properly before use. Keep this manual for future reference. About Your New Ride-On │ 1 On the purchase of your new Ride-On. This ride-on car will provide your child with many miles of riding of enjoyment. To help assure you and your rider a safe ride we ask you to please read this manual carefully, and keep it for future reference. Follow the recommendations in this manual, they are designed to improve the safety and operation of your ride-on car and it’s rider. Battery 6V4Ah or 6V7Ah * 1 6V4Ah or 6V7Ah*2 Fuse 10A 4A & 13A Charger 6V1000mA Suitable age: 37~96 Months Load Capacity: Under 30 kgs Speed: 1WD Size of car: 110 x 61 x 63 CM Power way: Charging type Charge time: 8 ~ 12 hours 2.5 km/h 12V1000mA 2WD 2.5~5km/h VER: VER: SMS-JJ245-EN-RC-150309 SMS-JJ245-EN-150309 Parts List │ 2 PART NO. PART NAME Q’ty (pcs) 1WD 1 2 Driving wheel 1 2 Ø12 washer 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Gear box A B C D E F G H i J M5x12 machine screw 2 Hubcap 4 Split pin 2 Ø10 washer 5 Spanner 2 Ø4x16 round head screw 8 Motorhood 1 Side support 2 Normal wheel 3 2 Bushing 3 2 Ø10 locknut 4 Vehicle body 1 Steering shaft 1 Front axle 1 Rear axle 1 Seat 1 M5x40 machines screw 1 Steering wheel 1 Ø5 nut 1 Windshield 1 View mirror 2 Sport bar 1 Tool box 1 Light bar support 2 Head light 2 Charger Remote controller 1 REMARKS 2WD 2WD 1pc labeled “L”, and 1pc labeld “R” 2 One pair Placed on the steering wheel Placed on the steering wheel One pair 1 Assembly package Ø4x12 flat head screw M5x12 machine screw 20 Ø5 nut 1 1 R/C driver 1 1 pcs for spare 3 24 1 pcs for spare Parts Diagram │ 3 NOTE: Some parts shown are assembled on both sides of vehicle 19 21 18 13 A 17 G G 20 G 15 4 16 12 14 9 22 1 2 B 8 5 F D G 11 7 3 H J 3 i D 6 10 23 24 E C D Before You Begin Assembly │ 4 WARNING! FOR THE SAFETY OF YOUR CHILD, PLEASE READ ALL WARNINGS AND FOR THE SAFETYINSTRUCTIONS. OF YOUR CHILD, PLEASE ALL WARNINGS AND ASSEMBLY/USE KEEP THISREAD GUIDE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. ASSEMBLY/USE INSTRUCTIONS. KEEP THIS GUIDE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. • ADULT ASSEMBLY REQUIRED. The product contains small parts, which are for •adult ADULT ASSEMBLY REQUIRED. Thewhen product contains small parts, which are for assembly only. Keep children away assembling. adult assembly only. Keep children assembling. • Always remove protective materialaway and when poly bags and dispose before assembly. • Always remove protective material and poly bags and dispose before assembly. • Make sure that the power switch is turned “OFF” before assembling the rideon. • Before first time use, charge the battery for at least 4 to 6 hours. • Assembly tools required: Screwdriver (not included) Long nose pliers (not included) Spanner Attach the Side Support & Front Axle │ 5 1. Fit the side support to the vehicle body. (If the side support does not seem to fit, please change the other one and try again!) x4 2 2. Insert four Ø4x10 round head screws through the side support and into the vehicle body wall, tighten them with a screwdriver. 1 3. Repeat for the other side. 3 5 6 4. Fit the front axle to the vehicle body. 5. Insert four Ø4x12 flat head screws and tighten with a screwdriver. 6. Repeat for the other side. x4 4 Attach the Rear Axle 1WD 1 │ 6 Remove all the parts from the rear axle. 1. Slide a Ø10 washer onto the rear axle from the longer end. 2. Insert the rear alxe with a Ø10 washer into the hole in the vehicle body from right hand side. 2 Rear alxe with a Ø10 washer 1 2WD Remove all the parts from the rear axle. 1. Insert the rear alxe into the hole in the vehicle body. 1WD Attach the Rear Wheels │ 8 Driving wheel 10 4 Rear axle 3 1 2 1. Slide the gear box onto the rear axle (Left Side). 2. Slide the driving wheel onto the rear axle. And keep the driving wheel match with the gear box. 3. Slide the Ø10 Washer onto the rear axle. 4. Tight a Ø10 Locknut to the end of the rear axle with a spanner. Normal wheel 8 Tools required: Spanner x2 5 9 6 5. Slide the Ø10 Washer onto the rear axle (Left Side). 6 6. Slide the Bushing(ring end first) onto the rear axle . 7. Slide the Normal wheel onto the rear axle. And keep it match with the Bushing. 8. Slide the Ø10 Washer onto the rear axle. 9. Tight a Ø10 Locknut to the end of the rear axle with a spanner. HINT: An extra spanner has been provided to hold the Ø10 locknut on the other side of the rear alxe while tightening the locknut on the other side. 10. Fit the hubcap to the wheel cover. 10 2WD Attach the Rear Wheels │ 9 Driving wheel 9 4 Rear axle 3 1 2 1. Slide the gear box onto the rear axle (Left Side). “R” labeled gear box should be fit to the “R” side of vehicle body; “L” labeled gear box should be fit to “L” side of vehicle body. 2. Slide the driving wheel onto the rear axle. And keep the driving wheel match with the gear box. 3. Slide the Ø10 Washer onto the rear axle. 4. Tight a Ø10 Locknut to the end of the rear axle with a spanner. Driving wheel 8 Tools required: Spanner x2 9 5 6 7 5. Slide the gear box onto the rear axle (Right Side). “R” labeled gear box should be fit to the “R” side of vehicle body; “L” labeled gear box should be fit to “L” side of vehicle body. 6. Slide the driving wheel onto the rear axle. And keep the driving wheel match with the gear box. 7. Slide the Ø10 Washer onto the rear axle. 8. Tight a Ø10 Locknut to the end of the rear axle with a spanner. HINT: An extra spanner has been provided to hold the Ø10 locknut on the other side of the rear alxe while tightening the locknut on the other side. 9. Fit the hubcap to the wheel cover. Attach the Front (Normal) Wheels │ 10 Front axle 1 2 4 5 3 6 Tools required: Spanner Remove all the parts from the front axle. 1. Slide a Ø12 washer onto the front axle. 2. Slide the bushing (ring end first) onto the front axle. 3. Slide the normal wheel (with wheel hubcap) onto the rear axle. and keep the normal wheel match with the bushing. 4. Slide a Ø12 washer onto the front axle. 5. Tight a Ø10 Locknut to the end of the front axle with a spanner. 6. “Snap” the hubcap to the wheel cover. Repeat this step for the other side. GAP After assembling any wheel to the axles, please check the gap between the screw thread and the collapsible (refer to below picture), if the gap is too big, please add two or three washers inside the wheel, But after tightening the nut outside the wheel, please turn the wheel by your finger to check if the wheel can run smoothly, this is very important, because if the wheel can run smoothly, it is ok, but if the nut press the wheel and the wheel can’t run smoothly, the motor will be broken easily! Then you need to decrease one or two washers to make sure the wheel can run smoothly! Attach the Steering Column │ 11 5 6 4 5 1 2 3 4 Hole in the front axle linkage 2 3 Steering Gear Box 1 1 3 2 Turn the vehicle body on its side. Remove the M5x22 machine screw and Ø5 nut Turn the vehicle body on its side. from the R/C driver with a screwdriver. 1. Slide a Ø10 washer onto the steering column from the straight end. 1. Attach the R/C driver to the steering gear box, and make it match with steering 2. Insert the straight end of steering column up through the hole at the front of gear box. vehicle body from bottom side, and out through the hole in the dash. 2. Insert the straight end of steering column up through the hole in the R/C diver, 3. Insert the in bent of steering column through theside, holeand in the axle the hole theend steering gear box from the bottom outfront through the hole linkage. in the dash. 4. Line Fit a up Ø10 washer steering 3. the holes onto in thethe R/C drivercolumn. and the hole in the steering column, tighten a M5x22 machine screw and Ø5 nut back incolumn, the same location withof a split screwdriver. 5. Insert a split pin into the hole in the steering bend the ends pin back using a long pliers. column through the hole in the front axle 4. Insert the bent endnose of steering linkage. 5. Fit a Ø10 washer to the steering column. 6. Insert a split pin into the hole in the steering column, bend the ends of split pin back using a long nose pliers. Attach the Steering Wheel │ 12 BATTERY INFORMATION ● Non-rechargeable batteries are not to be recharged. ● If removable rechargeable batteries are used, the are only to be charged under adult supervision. ● Remove rechargeable batteries from the product before charging. ● Do not mix old and new batteries. Do not mix different types of batteries: alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc) or rechargeable (nickel-cadmium). ● Insert batteries as indicated inside the battery compartment, anode to andoe, cathode to cathode. ● Remove batteries during long periods of non-use. Always remove exhausted batteries from the product. Battery leakage and corrosion can damage this product. Dispose of batteries safely. ● Never short circuit the battery terminals. Add the Batteries (NON PROVIDED) of Steering Wheel 3 1. With a screwdriver remove the screw on the battery cover located in the center of the steering wheel. 1 2. Remove the battery cover from the top of the battery compartment. 4 3. Insert two AA batteries in their correct polarities. 2 4. Place the battery cover over the battery compartment and fasten with the screw you removed in step one. Aattach the Steering Wheel Turn the vehicle body upright. Remove the M5x40 machine screw and Ø5 nut from the steering wheel. 5. Place the steering wheel over the steering column, protruding from the middle of the steering wheel base. 6. Align the holes on each side of steering wheel with the holes at the end of the steering column. 7. Fasten a nut on the opposite end of the screw to secure the steering wheel to the steering column. 6 7 5 End of the steering column Attach the Windows & Windshield │ 13 2 1 1. Fit the view mirror into the hole in the windshield, push until your hear it “click” into place. 2. Repeat for the other side. 3. Fit the windshield assembly to the vehicle body. 4. Tighten two Ø4x12 flat head screws through the windshield and into the vehicle body with a scewdriver. 4 3 Connect the Power Supply │ 14 Fuse box Vehicle connector Battery Motor connector 1 1WD 1. Plug the Vehicle Connector into the Motor Connector on body as shown above. 2WD 1. Plug the Vehicle Connector into the Motor Connector on body as shown above. Repeat for the other side. 2. Plug the Red fuse connector into the terminal on battery. 2. Plug the Red fuse connector into the terminal on battery. 2 Attach the Motor Hood │ 15 x4 2 1 1WD 1. Fit the motor hood on the motor. 2WD 1. Fit the motor hood on the motor. 2. Tighten four Ø4x12 flat head screws, part C to secure it. 2. Tighten four Ø4x12 flat head screws, part C to secure it. Repeat the above step for the other Motor hood. Attach the Tool Box │ 16 1 1. Fit the tool box to the slot in the vehicle body Attach the Sport Bar │ 17 Follow the battery infermation on page 12 1. Fit the Light bar support to the light bar. 2 1 2. Insert the three Ø4x12 screws through the light bar support and into the light bar. tighten the screws with a screwdriver. 3. Repeat for the other side. 4. Remove the screw on the battery compartment door at the back of the sport bar with a screwdriver. 3 6 5. Remove the battery compartment door. 4 6. Insert three AA batteries (NON PROVIDED) in their correct polarities. 5 7 7. Replace the battery compartment door. 8 8 8 8 8. Insert the tabs on the rear foglight rack into the holes in the vehicle body, and push until you hear it “click” into place. Attach the Seat & Front Lights │ 18 2 1 2 1 Tabs 3 1. Fit the tabs at back of the seat to the holes in the vehicle body. 2. Tighten two M5x16 machine screws with a screwdriver. 3. Insert the front lights into the holes in the vehicle body. Saftely │ 19 WARNING! PREVENT INJURIES AND DEATHS: • NEVER LEAVE CHILD UNATTENDED. DIRECT ADULT SUPERVISION IS REQUIRED. Always keep child in view when child is in vehicle. • This toy should be used with caution since skill is required to avoid falls or collisions causing injury to the user or third parties. • Protective equipment should be worn. • Never use in roadways, near cars, on or near steep inclines or steps, swimming pools or other bodies of water. • Always wear shoes. • Always sit on the seat. • Not to be used in traffic. • This toy is unsuitable for children under 37 months due to its maximum speed; Maximum user weight is 30 kgs. • This toy has no brake. Must confirm before using that following work which is already finished: • Important! Before using the vehicle for the first time, the battery needs to be charged for 4 to 6 hours, no more than 10 hours. Only an adult can charge and recharge the battery. • Check all the screws, cap nuts and protective coverings regularly and tighten as required. Rules for Safe Riding • Keep Children within Safe Riding Areas: - Never use in roadway, near motor vehicles, on lawn space, on or near steep inclines or steps, swimming pools or other bodies of water; • Use the toy only on flat surfaces. Such as inside your house, garden or playground. • Never use in the dark. A child could encounter unexpected obstacles and have an accident. Operate the vehicle only in the daytime or a well-lit area. • It is prohibited to change the circuit or add other electric parts • Inspect wires and connections of the vehicle periodically. • Do not let any child touch the wheels or be near them when the car is moving . • This vehicle has adjustable play seat belts. Please instruct children how to tie the safety belt before using, guarantee the security. Use the vehicle on generally level ground ONLY! DO NOT Use the vehicle on Lawn space! Use Your Ride-on │ 20 IMPORTANT! 6 Always stop vehicle when changing the speed or direction to avoid damage the gears and motor. 3 1 2 4 9 5 7 8 1. Power Switch: Turns the vehicle on and off. 2. Shift Lever: Changes the direction that vehicle moves from forward to reverse. ● To move the car forward, shift the lever up ● To move the car backward, shift the lever down. ● Shift the lever in the middle, the stop. 3. Sounds buttons: Press for sounds playing. 4. Volume knob (OPTIONAL): Turn the knob clockwise to increase the volume; Turn the knob counterclockwise to decrease the volume. 5. Foot pedal: Applies power (speed) to the vehicle. ● To move the car, press the pedal down. ● To brake or slow down, release pressure from the pedal. 6. Digital voltmeter (OPTIONAL): See <Charging>, page 22. 23. 7. Foot - R/C switch (OPTIONAL): Change the operating mode, foot-operate or R/C-operate. 8. High/Low speed switch (OPTIONAL): The switch operates the vehicle to move in low or high speed. 9. 3.5 mm Audio input connector (OPTIONAL) ADVANCED USE - High speed Drive Make sure your child knows how to steer, how to start and stop the vehicle and knows the rules for safe driving. The vehicle can be driven at a maximum of 3~5 km/h. Use the Remote Controller │ 21 ADULT OPERATING REQUIRED LEFT JOY STICK ON-OFF SWITCH INDICATOR LIGHT RIGHT JOY STICK ASSEMBLY 1. Insert the antenna into the controller by tweak the antenna clockwisely; 2. Lift the battery compartment door on the back of the controller and insert two AA(LR6) batteries. NOTE: This product does not include the AA(LR6) batteries. OPERATION 1. Press the FOOT - R/C SWITCH on the vehicle to the “Remote control” position. 2. Press the ON-OFF SWITCH on the remote controller to the “ON” position, the indicator light will be lighting. 3. Push the LEFT JOY STICK to the front, the vehicle goes forward, pull the LEFT JOY STICK to the back, the vehicle goes backward. 4. Push the RIGHT JOY STICK to the left, the vehicle turn left, push the RIGHT JOY STICK to the right, the vehicle turns right. BATTERY INFORMATION ● DO NOT mix old and new batteries. ● DO NOT mix alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc) or rechargeable batteries. ● DO NOT charge non-rechargeable batteries. Always have adult supervision when charging rechargeable batteries. Charging │ 22 21 ONLY AN ADULT CAN CHARGE AND RECHARGE THE BATTERY! WARNING! • PREVENT FIRE AND ELECTRIC SHOCK: - Use the only rechargeable battery and charger supplied with your vehicle. NEVER substitute the battery or the charger with another brand. Using another battery or charger may cause a fire or explosion. - Do not use the battery or charger for any other product. Overheating, fire or explosion could occur. - NEVER modify the electric circuit system. Tampering with the electric system may cause a shock, fire or explosion or may permanently damage the system. - Do not allow direct contact between battery terminals. Fire or explosion can occur. - Do not allow any type of liquid on the battery or its components. - Explosive gasses are created during charging. Do not charge near heat or flammable materials. Charge the battery in a well-ventilated area ONLY. - NEVER pick up the battery by the wires or charger. Damage can occur to the battery and may cause a fire. Pick up the battery by the case ONLY. - Charge the battery in a dry area ONLY. • Battery posts, terminals and related accessories contain lead and lead compounds, chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling. • Do not open the battery. Battery contains lead acid and other materials that are toxic and corrosive. • Do not open the charger. Exposed wiring and circuitry inside case may cause electric shock.• Only adults may handle or charge the battery. NEVER allow child to handle or charge the battery. Battery is heavy and contains lead acid (electrolyte). • Do not drop the battery. Permanent damage to the battery could occur or cause serious injury. • Before charging the battery, check for wear or damage to the battery, charger, its supply cord and the connectors. DO NOT charge the battery if any damage to parts has occurred. • Do not allow the battery to drain completely. Recharge the battery after each use or once a month if not used regularly. • Do not charge battery upside down. • Always secure the battery with the bracket. Battery can fall out and injure a child if vehicle tips over. • The charging input socket is under the seat. • The POWER SWITCH must be turned in OFF position when charging. • Before the first use, you should charge the battery for 4-6 hours. Do not recharge the battery for more than 10 hours to avoid overheating the charger. • When the vehicle begins to run slowly, recharge the battery. • After each use or once a month minimum recharge time as 8 to 12 hours, less than 20 hours at most. Charging │ 23 22 • If your ride-on with a Digital voltmeter(OPTIONAL), the magnitude of voltage will tell you how much power is remaining in the battery when you must recharge the battery. Make sure the vehicle is stop! BATTERY 6V4Ahx1, 6V7Ahx1 6V10Ahx1 6V7Ahx2, 6V10Ahx2 12V7Ahx1, 12V10Ahx1 1 MAGNITUDE OF VOLTAGE BATTERY STATE ≥ 6.6 The battery is full. 6.5~6.3 The vehicle can work normally. ≤ 6.2 STOP operating the vehicle, the battery needs to be charge. ≥ 13.2 The battery is full. 13.1~12.6 The vehicle can work normally. ≤ 12.5 STOP operating the vehicle, the battery needs to be charge. 2 1. Plug the charger port into the input socket. (the socket is under the seat) 2. Plug the charger plug into a wall outlet. The battery will begin charging. WARNING! This product with CHARGING PROTECTION: When charging, all the functions will be cut off! Battery Replacement & Fuse │ 24 23 The battery features a thermal fuse with a rest fuse that will automatically trip and cut all power to the vehicle if the motor, electric system or battery is overloaded. The fuse will reset and power will be restored after the unit is turned OFF for five Minutes and then turned ON again. If the thermal fuse trips repeatedly during normal use, the vehicle may need repair. Contact your distributor please. To avoid losing power, follow these guidelines: ● Do not overload the vehicle. ● Do not tow anything behind the vehicle. ● Do not drive up steep slopes. ● Do not drive into fixed objects, which may cause the wheels to spin, causing the motor to overheat. ● Do not drive in very hot weather, components may overheat. ● Do not allow water or other liquids to come in contact with the battery or other electric components. ● Do not tamper with the electric system. Doing so may create a short, causing the fuse to trip. Battery Replacement and Disposal The battery will eventually lose the ability to hold a charge. Depending on the amount of use, and varying conditions, the battery should operate for one to three years. Follow these steps to replace and dispose the battery: 1. Remove the car seat. 2. Disconnect the battery connectors. 3. Remove the battery bracket. 4. Remove the battery cover. 5. Carefully lift the battery. ● Depending on the condition of the battery (i.e.: leakage) you may want to wear protective gloves before removal. ● Do not lift the battery by its connectors or cables. 6. Place the dead battery in a plastic bag. Important! Recycle the dead battery responsibly. The battery contains lead acid (electrolyte) and must be disposed of properly and legally. It is illegal in most areas to incinerate lead acid batteries or dispose of them in landfills. Take it to a federal or state-approved lead acid battery recycler, such as local automotive battery retailer. Do not throw the battery away with your regular household waste! 7. Replace the battery and reconnect the connectors. 8. Replace the metal battery bracket. 9. Replace the seat. Troubleshooting Guide │ 25 24 Problem Vehicle does not run Vehicle does not run very long Possible Cause Battery low on power Recharge battery. Thermal fuse has tripped Reset fuse, see <Fuse> Battery connector or wires are loose Check that the battery connectors are firmly plugged into each other. If wires are loose around the motor . contact your distributor please. Battery is dead Replace battery, contact your distributor please. Electrical system is damaged Contact your distributor please. Motor is damaged Contact your distributor please. Battery is under charged Check that the battery connectors are firmly plugged into each other when recharging Battery is old Replace battery, contact your distributor please. Vehicle runs sluggishly Battery low on power Vehicle needs a push to go forward Difficult shifting from forward to reverse or vice-versa Charger feels warm when recharging Recharge battery, contact your distributor please. Battery is old Replace battery, contact your distributor please. Vehicle is overload Reduce weight on vehicle. Maximum user weight is 30 kgs. Vehicle is being used in harsh conditions Avoid using vehicle in harsh conditions ,see <Safety>. Poor contact of wires or connectors Check that the battery connectors are firmly plugged into each other. If wires are loose around the motor, contact your distributor please. “Dead Spot” on motor A dead spot means the electric power is not being delivered to the terminal connection and the vehicle needs repair. Contact your distributor please. Attempting to shift while the vehicle is motion Completely stop the vehicle and shift, see <Use Your Ride-On> Loud grinding or clicking Motor or gears are damaged noises coming from motor or gear box Battery will not recharge Solution Contact your distributor please. Battery connector or adapter connector is loose Check that the battery connectors are firmly plugged into each other. Charger not plugged in Check that the battery charger is plugged into a working wall outlet. Charger is not working Contact your distributor please. This is normal and not a cause for concern Completely read through this manual and the troubleshooting guide table before calling. If you still need help resolving the problem Contact your distributor please. Maintaining Maintaining • It is parents' responsibility to check main parts of the toy before using, Must regularly examine for potential hazard, such as the battery, charge,cable or cord, plug, screws are fastening enclosure of other parts and that in the event of such damage, the toy must not be used until that damage had been properly removed. • Make sure the plastic parts of the vehicle are not cracked or broken. • Occasionally use a lightweight oil to lubricate moving parts such as wheels. • Park the vehicle indoors or cover it with a tarp to protect it from wet weather. • Keep the vehicle away from sources of heat, such as stoves and heaters. Plastic parts may melt. • Recharge the battery after each use. Only an adult can handle the battery. Recharge the battery at least once a month when the vehicle Raider is not being used. • Do not wash the vehicle with a hose. Do not wash the vehicle with soap and water. Do not drive the vehicle in rainy or snowy weather. Water will damage the motor, electric system and battery. • Clean the vehicle with a soft, dry cloth. To restore shine to plastic parts, use a non-wax furniture polish. Do not use car wax. Do not use abrasive cleaners. • Do not drive the vehicle in loose dirt, sand or fine gravel which could damage the moving parts, motors or the electric system. • When not using, all the electrical source should be turn off. Turn off the power switch and disconnect the battery connection. Our products are suitable for ASTM F963; GB6675; EN71 and EN62115 standard.