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I am trying to charge my "Simple Start" The directions say to Turn the unit On, Connect the 120 V Adapter, Plug the adapter in and push the Recharge Unit push button. The unit will beep once and flash green indicating the unit is charging....
My unit is beeping constantly and the flashing red.
Please help - I want this as an emergency backup for my 75 year old mother's car.
Okay people... this is a long one, but I just did it for two units that were having this problem and it worked both times.
The problem is the unit sat on the shelf and doesn't have enough power to operate its charging cycle.
Take an extension cord and plug in the outlet charger while you also plug it into your cigarette lighter... now attempt to charge it (you will hear the familiar alarm). Now, turn on the LED light... after a short time, turn off the light and the unit will begin to charge regularly. You can then use one of the chargers to finish the job.
By doing this you are providing plenty of power to the battery while the light drains it at a slower rate... kinda forcing the battery to condition/cycle; it's just allowing the battery to take the charge. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 22, 2010
So today is Jan 17, 2009 and I had the same problem. But, being the genius I am (snicker) I realized it's zero degrees outside literally and the unit was ice cold, and feeling the unit I realized it is true....probably the mechanizms inside were frozen. So I did the unplug thing for a couple of minutes....plugged it in again....and then layed it on it's side and banged with the palm of my hand the frozen side. Lo and behold the thing slowed down it's annoying sound...and then the sound stopped ! The green light is blinking like it's supposed to, and the noise stopped.....and I'm keeping it on it's flat side with the coldest part facing upwards...........and WARNED my husband NOT to go near it LOL. Yep, it takes a woman to solve this problem (snicker snicker tee hee).
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
Once the unit is plugged in to charge, does it have to be turned on or off
Posted on Dec 08, 2012
Mine seemed to be doing the same thing, So I changed the order T Connect the 120 V Adapter, Plug the adapter in, Turn the unit On,, and push the Recharge Unit button. The unit will beep once and flash green indicating the unit is charging....??? worked for me
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
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