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Jump-Starter Power Station D28 and X8

Date posted

The Hazard

The product's battery component may overheat if it is not disconnected from the vehicle immediately after jump starting.

Over-heating of the battery can cause a fire.

What to do

We strongly advise reviewing the instructions supplied with this product (and outlined below) prior to using the jump starter.

Alternatively, If you wish to return this product and jump start lead, please return to the place of purchase or contact Pan Pacific.

Product Identifiers

- Affected Models: D28 and X8 of Jump-Starter Power Station 27-325
- The model variant can be found on the side of the product

- Sold in various automotive retailers from May 2014 to November 2016

Supplier Contact

Pan Pacific Auto Electronics Ltd
Email 0800 429 256 Visit their site

The instructions state:
• Step One: Connect smart cable clamps to car battery, red clamp to +, black clamp to -.
• Step Two: Insert cable end to jump starter port.
• Step Three: Press smart cable button for 1 second.
(Note: Smart cable button must be turned on for jump starter to operate correctly)
• Step Four: Start car.
• Step Five: Immediately remove jump starter from car battery

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