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How do I charge my Motomaster Mobile Power Pack Model 11-1540-2?

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It should have a small 120V to DC wall adapter charger with a DC wire / connector jack that plugs into the back of the power pack. Plug the wall adapter into 120V outlet and plug the DC connector jack into the back of the Power Pack. Leave on charge until the unit indicates it is charged fully (several Hours if it was fully discharged).

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