Linsheng - Car Portable Jump Starter Operating Instructions

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First, make sure your portable jump starter is fully charged.

The jump starter relies on the battery as a power source. As a result, they must be charged periodically. Be sure to charge the portable jump starter/battery booster pack at least every 6 months after each use. If these jump starter batteries are left in the car during hot and cold weather, they will lose their charge faster. We recommend charging your battery pack before a long trip.

Typically, the light on the starter tells you when you need to charge. Simply plug the power adapter into a power outlet and charge the battery until the light indicates that it is fully charged. Check the manufacturer's instructions for details, including the meaning of the indicators (usually red/orange for charging and green for full charging).

The conditions required to use a portable starter:

protective suit
protect eyes
User manual
Car battery
Portable Jump Starter (aka Jump Box)
Jumper cable (usually permanently connected to the jumper starter)

Warning: It is dangerous to drive in a hurry. If you are not 100% sure what you are doing, please ask for circuit assistance or towing service. Also, be sure to read your user manual first!

The procedure for jumping a starter car with a portable jump starter is very similar to using a conventional jumper cable and a second car:

Be sure to read the user manual! In rare cases, if your vehicle has a front ground (very rare), the jump start instructions will be different. In addition, some manufacturers do not allow quick start.
Wear protective clothing and goggles.

Turn off the car and remove the key from the ignition.

Remove the jewelry and never bring your face close to the battery.

Make sure the vehicle is not near any flammable liquids or gases, including may be brought to your hand.
Keep the charger away from the battery within the allowable range of cable length.

Find the voltage of the battery charger in the user manual. Make sure it matches the output voltage of the jump starter. This is usually a 12 volt power supply.

Determine the positive pole of the car battery (look for "P", "POS" or "+" sign) and negative (look for "N", "NEG" or "-" sign). Remove all excessive corrosion before connecting the cable.

Identify the forward and reverse clamps/clips on the portable jump starter. The positive charger clamp is red and the negative charger clamp is black.

Before attempting to connect the jumper clip to the car battery, make sure the jumper starter is "off."
Do not allow the positive and negative clamps to touch each other.

With the car and starter off, connect the jumper cable to the appropriate terminal.
First connect the red clamp to the positive side of the battery.

Then, attach the black clip to a clean, unpainted, non-movable metal part. Select an area away from the battery, carburetor and fuel line on the frame or engine block of the car. Never use the fuel pipe, engine sill cover or intake manifold as a grounding point!

Make sure the clips are securely connected to prevent loosening.

Once the jumper cable is in place, the portable jumper starter can be turned on.
Now you can try to open the car.

Do not shake the engine for more than 5 seconds. If the car still doesn't turn on after the first try, please wait 2-3 minutes and try again. If the car still does not start after 4 or 5 attempts, a new battery may be required.

If you have to re-adjust the jumper clip, turn off the car and jump off the starter. Only then can you try to improve your connection.

After the engine is started, turn off the quick starter.

Then, remove the negative (black) clip and remove the positive (red) clip. Now safely store portable jump starters.

You can now take off those embarrassing safety glasses.

After removing the retaining clips, let the vehicle idle for a few minutes before taking off. Now you can go home safely.

When you get home, be sure to charge the starter as soon as possible. Most portable jump starters will plug directly into an AC outlet. Charge the unit for at least 3 hours. Some devices take 12 to 24 hours to fully charge.

It's a good idea to check your vehicle's battery from your local battery center to see if you need to replace it with a new one and how long it can last.

Again, always refer to the manufacturer's instructions for proper use.

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