Coleman Rechargeable QuickPump Instructions
- Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children.
- Follow the instructions carefully on articles to be inflated, never exceed recommended pressure. Bursting items can cause serious injury.
- Except for recycling the battery, do not open case, electrical hazards may result. There are no user serviceable parts.
- To reduce the risk of fire for electric shock, do not use this pump with any solid-state speed control device.
- Do not use under wet conditions. Keep away from water.
- Never look into or point any opening toward your eyes while pump is operating.
- Do not attempt to put any objects into the inflation or deflation port at any time.
- Never leave pump unattended while in use.
- Never twist the cord.
- Never allow sand, paper, debris or small articles to be sucked into pump while operating.
- Let pump cool before storing the pump inside the box after use. DO NOT EXCEED 10 MINUTES OF CONTINUOUS OPERATION. ALLOW 20 MINUTES OFF BETWEEN EACH
CAUTION: Do not block the air portals during operation, this could damage the motor
Things You Should Know
- Carefully inspect the pump for damage before first use and every use thereafter. Do not use if found damaged.
- Check the charger, plug pins and cable if these are damaged do not use. If damaged the whole charger must be disposed of properly.
- Do not change the plug in any way.
- Power supply must be 230 volt AC.
- Do not expose to rain or sunlight. Household use only.
- This pump is a high-volume, low-pressure pump. It is intended to inflate items requiring low pressure (such as inflatable beds, inflatable rafts, air mattresses, etc.).
- For fast inflation and maximum motor cooling, always use the largest size nozzle possible.
- Caution – Risk of fire and electric shock! Do not operate for more than 10 minutes. Allow 20 minutes off between each operation.
Note: Pump will not work on stem valves or needle valves commonly used on bike tires, basketballs, etc.
- This rechargeable pump needs to be charged for 10 HOURS (but no more than 24 hours) before first use. Charge only using transformer provided with the pump.
- Do not leave pump charging for more than 24 hours to avoid damage to the battery.
- After use, recharge pump within 48 hours.
- Always store pump with a full charge. To keep the battery at optimum operating levels, recharge the unit every 3 months, even if it has not been used.
- Pump will not operate when charger is plugged in.
Inflating Coleman® Double Lock™ Valve
- To begin inflation, open external cap and pull firmly on the lanyard to extend out. This will open internal yellow seal. (Fig. 1)
- Attach adapter nozzle to inflation end of pump. Insert pump and turn on. (Fig. 2)
Note: The pump may look different from yours. It is for illustration purposes only.
- When fully inflated, seal valve by pushing in with pump nozzle. This will seal the internal yellow stopper and keep air from escaping while closing cap. Gently twist adapter sleeve to right while backing pump out of valve. (Fig. 3)
- Fully remove pump and close external cap. Valve should appear depressed into itself. (Fig. 4)
Remove adapter nozzle from inflation end and attach to deflation side of pump. Repeat same steps as inflation. This will draw the air out quickly. (Fig. 5)
Inflating Standard Pinch Valve
- Attach pinch valve adapter to inflation end of pump.
- Insert pinch valve adapter into pinch valve. (Fig. 6)
- Make sure tip of adapter is extended past inner “Flap” inside of valve. Turn pump on.
- When fully inflated, remove pump from valve and seal valve.
This pump is compatible with most valves on inflatable products. If you have an inflatable product with a valve other than those described
above, rotate the adapter sleeve until nozzle end fits valve.
About the Battery
This product uses a lead acid, sealed, rechargeable battery. The battery pack is recyclable. At the end of the battery pack’s useful life, the unit should be recycled or properly disposed of. Do not discard
in a landfill or incinerate. Contact your local city offcials for battery disposal information.