electronic toy car

CHILDREN'S
ELECTRONIC TOY CAR
• Suitable for 5 years+
• Maximum user weight: 25kg
• Adult assembly required
OWNER'S MANUAL
Read and understand this entire manual before using!
Please keep this manual for future reference as it contains important
information.
Before first time use, charge the battery for at least 4-6 hours.
Table of Contents
1. About Your New Vehicle
2. Parts List
3. Assembly Steps
4. How To Operation Your Vehicle
5. Charging The Vehicle
6. Troubleshooting Guide
7. Maintaining Your Vehicle
8. Disposal Of Battery
About Your New Vehicle
Thank you for your purchasing our products, we wants your child to enjoy this product for years to
come. Keep these points in mind as you read this guide:
Suitable age:
5+ years
Load Capacity: Under 25KGS
Speed:
2KM/H
Battery:
Size of car:
Power way:
Charger:
Input: depend on local voltage
Output: DC 6V500mA
Average
battery life:
Charge time:
8-12 Hours
Fuse:
6V 4.5AH *1
102*53*66CM
Charging type
Approximately
300 times
5A
WARNING!
FOR THE SAFETY OF YOUR CHILD, PLEASE READ ALL WARNINGS AND
ASSEMBLY/USE INSTRUCTIONS. KEEP THIS GUIDE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
• ADULT ASSEMBLY REQUIRED. The product contains small parts, which are for
adult assembly only. Keep small children away when assembling.
• Always remove protective material and poly bags and dispose before assembly.
Parts List
PARTt PART
Par
NO. NAME
NO.
PICTURE
Q’ty
(pcs)
REMARKS
PARTt PART
Par
NO. NAME
PICTURE
Q’ty
(pcs)
1
Vehicle
body
1
2
Face
guard
1
3
Handle
bar
1
4
Dashboard
1
5
Front
fork
1
6
Shock
absorber
2
7
Wheel
cover(L)
1
8
Wheel
cover(R)
1
9
Front
wheel
1
10
Front
axle
1
11
Foot
board
pole
1
12
Foot
board
2
13
Side
wheel
2
14
Ø10
Lock nut
3
Placed
in the
assembly
package
REMARKS
Parts List
PARTt PART
Par
NO.
NO. NAME
PICTURE
Q’ty
(pcs)
REMARKS
PART
Par PART
NO. NAME
PICTURE
Q’ty
(pcs)
15
Ø6
Lock nut
1
16
Ø10
bush
1
17
Ø10
washer
2
18
M10x90
bolt
2
19
M6x20
bolt
1
20
M6x60
machine
screw
4
21
M4x12
screw
2
22
Front
fender
1
23
Charger
1
REMARKS
Assembly package
PART
Par t PART
NO.
NO. NAME
24
Ø8
cap nut
PICTURE
Q’ty
(pcs)
3
NO.
REMARKS Par
PART PART
NAME
1pcs
for spare
25
Spanner
PICTURE
Q’ty
(pcs)
1
REMARKS
Assembly Steps
• Your new vehicle requires adult assembly. Please set aside at least 40 minutes for
assembly. Children can be harmed by small parts, sharp edges and sharp points in the
vehicle's unassembled state. Care should be taken in unpacking and assembly of the
vehicle. Children should not handle parts, or help in assembly of the vehicle.
• Please identify all parts before assembly and save all packaging material until assembly
is complete to ensure that no parts are discarded.
• Assembly tools for need(NOT INCLUDED): screwdriver, hummer and spanner.
1
M6x60 machine screw
Dashboard
Handle bar
Ø10
Lock nut
Front fork
● Remove all the parts from the front fork.
● Using the M6x60 machine screw to fit
the dashboard, Handle bar and front fork,
and tighten the Ø10 locknut with a
screwdriver.
Assembly Steps
● Slide two shock
absorbers onto the front
fork assembly.
● Slide the wheel
cover(R) and wheel
cover(L) onto the front fork
assembly.
● Insert two Ø10 bush
2
Front fork
assembly
into the front wheel.
● Fit the front wheel into
the front fork assembly.
● Insert the front axle
through the wheel covers,
front fork assembly, Ø10
Shock
absorber
Wheel
cover(L)
Wheel
cover(R)
Ø10
washer
Ø10
bush
Front
axle
Ø10
locknut
bush and front wheel.
● Fit a Ø10 washer onto
the front axle. Tighten the
Ø10 locknut(DO NOT
over tighten). Repeat for
other side to secure the
front wheel.
Front
wheel
3
● Remove the screw at the back of the
face guard with a screwdriver, and
remove the battery cover.
● Insert 2 AA(LR6)alkaline batteries.
Replace the battery cover.
NOTE: The product does not included
AA(LR6)alkaline batteries.
Assembly Steps
BATTERY INFORMATION
Batteries may leak fluids that can cause chemical burn injury or ruin your product. To avoid battery leakage:
Do not mix old and new batteries or batteries of different types: alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc) or
rechargeable (nickel-cadmium).
Insert batteries as indicated inside the battery compartment.
Remove batteries during long periods of non-use. Always remove exhaustedbatteries from the product.
Dispose of batteries safely. Do not dispose of batteries in a fire. The batteries may explode or leak.
● Never short-circuit the battery terminals.
● Non-rechargeable batteries are not to be recharged.
● Use only batteries of the same or equivalent type as recommended.
● Do not charge non-rechargeable batteries.
● Remove rechargeable batteries from the product before charging.
● If removable rechargeable batteries are used, they are only to be charged under adult supervision.
4
Ø4x12 screw
Face guard
Front wheel
assembly
● Plug the connectors on the dashboard into the connectors at the back of the face guard.
● Fit and hold the faceguard against the front fork wheel assembly.
● Insert two Ø4x12 screw through the front fork wheel assembly and into the face guard.
● Tighten the screws with a screwdriver. DO NOT over tighten.
Assembly Steps
● Fit the fender to the front wheel
assembly.
● Push until you hear it click into place.
5
Fender
Front wheel
assembly
● Fit and hold the side wheel against the
vehicle body.
● Insert two M6x20 bolt through the side
wheel and into the vehicle body.
● Tighten the bolts with a spanner. DO
NOT over tighten.
● Repeat for the other side.
6
M6x20
bolt
Side wheel
● Fit a Ø8 cap nut onto the end of the
7
foot board pole with a hummer.
Foot board
pole
Ø8
cap nut
HOLE
Foot board
● Fit and hold the foot board against the
vehicle body. Make sure the foot board
match to the vehicle body.
● Insert the foot board pole through the
hole in the foot board and the hole in the
vehicle body.
● Fit the other foot board onto the foot
board pole.
● Fit the other Ø8 cap nut onto the end
of the foot board pole with a hummer.
Assembly Steps
8
M10x90 bolt
Vehicle body
Ø10
locknut
Handle bar assembly
● Fit handle bar to the vehicle body.
● Inerst the M10x90 bolt through the hole in the handle bar assembly and the hole in the vehicle body.
● Tighten the Ø10 locknut with a spanner.
9
● Plug the motor connector into the
vehicle connector.
Vehicle
connector
Motor
connector
Handle bar
connector
10
Wire
connector
● Plug the handle bar connector into the wire connector.
How To Operate Your Vehicle
WARNING!
PREVENT INJURIES AND DEATHS:
• NEVER LEAVE CHILD UNATTENDED. DIRECT ADULT SUPERVISION
IS REQUIRED. Always keep child in view when child is in vehicle.
• 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.
• Suitable for age 5 years+; Maximum user weight is 25kgs.
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 or recharge the battery.
• Finishing the complete car to assemble according to the steps that the manual described. The plug-in
package of storage battery has already been inserted well, the power has already been put through.
• All places to need the screw guarantee the screw has already been locked.
Rules for Safe Riding
READ THESE RULES ALOUD TO YOUR CHILD AND THEIR PLAYMATES AND MAKE SURE
THEY UNDERSTAND THEM!
• Always wear a helmet when riding.
• Direct Adult Supervision Required.
• 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 not recommended to drive the vehicle on wet surfaces or on lopes of greater than 15 degrees.
• Do not use this vehicle outdoors when it is raining or snowing.
• Make sure you come to a complete stop before changing directions from forward to back.
• Please follow the correct weight and age limits allowed to drive this vehicle.
• It is prohibited to change the circuit or add other electric parts
• Inspect wires and connections of the vehicle periodically.
• In order to avoid accidents, please ensure the vehicle is safe before riding.
• Do not let any child touch the wheels or be near them when the car is moving .
How To Operate Your Vehicle
Use Operation(Ensure the power switch has been turned on)
Sound button
Power switch
Forward button
FORWARD
Press the “Power switch” on the handle bar, the vehicle goes forward.
STOP
Release the “Power switch” to stop the vehicle.
SOUNDS BUTTON
Press the buttons on the handle bar for sound playing.
Charging Your Vehicle
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 my 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 my 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
Charging Your Vehicle
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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 ABOVE THE RIGHT SIDE FOOT BOARD.
• 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.
1
WARNING!
This product with CHARGING
PROTECTION: When charging, all
the functions will be cut off!
1. Plug the charger port into the input socket(the socket is above the right side foot board)
2. Plug the charger plug into a wall outlet. The battery will begin charging.
2
Troubleshooting Guide
■ PROBLEM: The vehicle does not run
PROBLEM CAUSE: The battery may low on power.
After each use, or once a month minimum, charge the battery for a full 10 hours. Do not leave the
battery on the charger for more than 20 hours.
POSSIBLE CAUSE: Thermal fuse has tripped.
The vehicle is equipped with a self-resetting fuse. When the vehicle is overloaded or operated
incorrectly; the self-resetting fuse will be cut off for 15-20seconds before becoming operational
again. The self-resetting fuse was covered with the engine (Refer to the picture.)
Fuse:5A
Battery
To avoid the fuse cut off the power, follow
these guidelines:
DO NOT overload the vehicle, Maximum
weight allowed :25kg
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 tamper with the electric system,
Doing so may create a short circuit, causing
the fuse to trip.
POSSIBLE CAUSE: Wheel nuts are loose.
If the nuts are not tight, the wheels will not engage the forward gears. Tighten the nut with the nut wrench.
POSSIBLE CAUSE: Battery connector or wires are loose.
Make Sure the battery connectors are firmly plugged in to each other.
POSSIBLE CAUSE: Battery is dead.
Have you properly maintained the battery according to the directions? Is the battery old? Your
battery may need to be replaced.
POSSIBLE CAUSE: Electric system is damaged.
Water may have corroded the system, or loose dirt, gravel or sand might have jammed the switch.
POSSIBLE CAUSE: Motor is damaged.
The motor needs professional repair.
■ PROBLEM: The battery will not recharge.
POSSIBLE CAUSE: Battery connector or adapter connector is loose.
Make sure the battery connector and adapter connector are firmly plugged together.
POSSIBLE CAUSE: Charger is not plugged in.
Make sure the charger is plugged into the wall outlet and the power flow to the outlet is on.
POSSIBLE CAUSE: Charger is not working.
Is the charger warm while charging? If not, the charger may be broken and may need to be replaced.
Troubleshooting Guide
■ PROBLEM: The vehicle does not run very long.
POSSIBLE CAUSE: Battery may be undercharged.
You may not be charging the battery long enough. After each use, or once a month minimum, charge the
battery for 8 to 10 hours. Do not leave the battery on the charger for more than 20 hours.
POSSIBLE CAUSE: Battery is old.
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. Replace the battery with a
new one.
■ PROBLEM: Battery buzzes or gurgles when charging.
This is normal and not a cause for concern. It may also be silent when charging, which is also normal.
■ PROBLEM: Charger feels warm when recharging battery.
This is normal and not a cause for concern.
Maintaining Your Vehicle
• 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 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 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.
Disposal Of Battery
Disposal Of Batter y
● Your sealed lead-acid battery must be recycled or disposed of in an environmentally
sound manner.
● Do not dispose of your lead-acid battery in a fire. The battery may explode or leak.
● Do not dispose of a lead-acid battery in your regular, household trash. The incineration,
land filling or mixing of sealed lead-acid batteries with household trash is prohibited by
law.
● Return an exhausted battery to your local approved lead-acid battery recycle, such as a
local seller of automotive batteries.
● Contact your local waste management officials for other information regarding the
environmentally sound recycling and disposal of lead-acid batteries.
Our products are suitable for
ASTM F963; GB6675; EN71 and EN62115 standard.
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