We supply wireless charging products, IC chips, lithium battery.
1. Patent design
2. CE, ROHS, FCC certification
3. We have independent factory, R&D department, professional technicians.
4. 12 months replacement.
5. Fast delivery time is within 7 working days (according to your order).
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Parmak Mark 7 Fence Charger Repair – If you have a broken Parmak fence charger, https://www.fencerfixer.com
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This is a short testing video showing a Parmak Mark 7 Fence Charger that we did a repair on for a customer. This unit was replaced by the Parmak Mark 8.
We test and repair ALL BRANDS OF ALL AGES of electric fencers, fence chargers, and fence energizers. We offer a FREE ESTIMATE on anything that comes into us for repair. We also put OUR YEAR AND A HALF repair warranty through us, lightning damage included.
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In unserem kurzen Youtube Video stellen wir dir unsere ABSAAR Ladegeräte genau vor.
Die smarten, handlichen ABSAAR Pro Ladegeräte gibt es in 4A für 6/12V Fahrzeuge und in 8A für 12/24V Fahrzeuge. Es können AGM, Gel und Bleisäure-Batterien geladen werden, das Pro 4.0 Li lädt sogar zusätzlich LiFePo4-Batterien.
Im Lieferumfang der Pro Serie liegen neben den Krokodilklemmen auch Ösen für schwer erreichbare Batterien bei.
Die stationären ABSAAR Ladegeräte sind in 6A, 8A, 11A und 15A entweder für 6/12V oder 12V Fahrzeuge verfügbar.
Before jump-starting your car, make sure you have:
1) Two jump leads. A black, ‘negative’ lead, and a red, ‘positive’ lead
2) Another car with a charged battery
3) Gloves and goggles for extra safety
For safety reasons, double check:
1) The battery isn’t damaged or leaking. If it is, don’t try a jump-start – get a professional’s help
2) There’re no metal items or clothing near the battery
3) There’re no naked flames, including cigarettes, nearby
4) The key is out of the ignition
Park the car with the charged battery opposite the car that has a flat battery so the bonnets are facing one another. Pop the hand brake on.
Next open both bonnets and check the jump-leads reach between the cars.Find the ‘positive’ terminal on the working car. It should look like this.
Connect the red ‘positive’ jump-lead to the ‘positive’ terminal on the working car,checking that the teeth grip the terminal properly.
Then connect the other end of the red jump-lead to the ‘positive’ terminal on the car with the flat battery.
Next, attach the black jump-lead to the working car’s ‘negative’ terminal.
Head to the car with the flat battery but don’t attach the other end of the lead to the ‘negative’ terminal. You’ll need to find a piece of solid metal, like this, far away from the fuel system and battery to attach the black lead to. In some cars this is a specific ‘earthing rod’ – check your handbook to find out if your car has one.
Now all four jump-leads are connected, wait five minutes.
Now start the charged car’s engine and let it run for one minute.
Leave the engine running and try to start your car. If it doesn’t start within 5 seconds, give it 2 more minutes and try again.
Once your car has started, leave both cars running for ten minutes. After this,
remove the leads in reverse order, making sure they don’t touch one another or any metal in the process:
1) Black lead attached to dead car off
2) Black lead attached to working car off
3) Red lead attached to working car off
Finally, leave the previously uncharged car running for twenty minutes or, take it for a 30-minute spin before parking it for the day.
Don’t fancy getting your hands dirty?
Don’t forget Halfords has a professional battery fitting service