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Projecta 2200A jumper starter has a clicking noise when I plugged it back into be charged. I have looked at the manual and hasn't got a remedy. It has a picture of half coloured on clamp on th

Jumpstarter has a clicking noise when plugged in to be charged, this happened on the last time it was used and didn't work properly. There is a picture of the clamps up on the screen that are half coloured in. I have looked at the manual and the are pictures of the clamps in there but thay are all coloued in with remedies to resolve or give an indication of what is wrong,none of which help solve the problem and no pictuer of half coloured in clamps with a remedy. The jumpstarter now wont work properly. Not sure whether to keep it plug in to power supply like you are suppose to or ignore the sound. Any idea's?

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Sounds like it needs to be sent in for warranty service.

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