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Unfortunately, I couldn't find a manual online, nor could I find the support center for this unit. I used to have one, and they're pretty self explanatory...you charge them up until it's in the green, and then it's ready to jump. You hook up the battery cables first, then turn the unit on. It's a pretty good unit, and holds a charge for a few months in the trunk of the car, but I would recommend recharging it every two months or so, just to keep it fully charged (especially in the winter). Probably the only realistic way you could get a manual would be to get a cooperative store employee to copy you one off their stock. If you're unsure of the operation, just take it by a AutoZone or Pep Boys store- their mechanics could fill you in.
Good luck, thanks for using FixYa, and hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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