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Battery - INOKIM OXO User Manual Manual

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Your OXO has a Lithium Battery with an external charger
When charging, connect the charging cable in this order:
FIRST to INOKIM's charging socket
THEN to the electrical outlet
Charging Indication:
RED light
-
Battery charging
GREEN
light -
Charging complete
MAXIMIZE YOUR BATTERY'S PERFORMANCE:
1. For its initial charge, FULLY charge your OXO
This conditions the battery for future life-span
2. Do NOT leave a fully charged battery connected to a charger,
since overcharging may shorten it's lifetime
3. Avoid extreme temperatures Always try to keep the battery
between
15°c and 25°c (59°F and 77°F). Extreme temperatures
reduce the capacity and lifetime of the battery. A device with a
hot or cold battery may not work temporarily
At least once a month fully charge the battery
4.
5.
From time to time discharge the battery by riding.
Use all stored energy in the battery
6. Before storing it for a long period charge the battery half way
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BATTERY

BATTERY
BATTERY SAFETY REGULATIONS:
Keep the battery away from children & pets
Exposure to the battery voltage can cause death or serious injury
Unplug the battery from the outlet before performing any maintenance
It is dangerous to work on an INOKIM Scooter plugged into an electrical
outlet. An electric shock can cause serious injury and damage the
scooter
Do NOT use the scooter if the battery:
• Is damaged
• Emits an unusual odour or excessive heat
• Presents any leakage
Do not operate the scooter while charging!
Charge the battery only using INOKIM's OXO approved charger
The use, storage or charging of the INOKIM battery outside specified
limits may result in the annulment of the warranty, battery damage, and
an ineffective battery charge
DO NOT CUT, OPEN, CRUSH OR PUNCTURE BATTERIES!
IN THE EVENT OF A BATTERY LEAK, PREVENT CONTACT OF LIQUID
WITH SKIN OR EYES. IF THIS HAPPENS, WASH THE AFFECTED AREAS
IMMEDIATELY WITH WATER AND SEEK MEDICAL HELP
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