• Do not expose battery to fire or intense heat as it may explode.
• For more information on recycling this battery, call toll-free (877)
12 Volt DC Charging Adapter Plug Fuse Replacement
The fuse in the plug end of the 12 Volt DC Charging Adapter protects the adapter's
charging circuit. If the 120 Volt AC Charger operates, but the DC charging adapter
does not, then this fuse may be opened (blown).
To replace the fuse:
1. Unscrew the end cap of the DC plug (counterclockwise).
2. Remove spring center contact and fuse.
3. Check fuse with a continuity checker.
4. If blown, locate a replacement 8 amp/250 volt fuse.
5. Replace the fuse, spring, contact and end cap.
6. Screw end cap clockwise until it is finger tight – DO NOT OVER-TIGHTEN.
7. Test for proper operation of the 12 Volt DC Charging Adapter.
No Battery Status Indicator LEDs Light When Charging
1. Check connection to the 120 Volt AC Charger or 12 Volt DC Charging Port.
2. Check connection to AC or DC power source.
3. Confirm there is a functioning AC or DC current.
The Area Light is operating, but the Spotlight is not.
• The Spotlight will not operate while charging using the 120 volt AC method.
Be sure all extension cords are disconnected from the AC charger before Spotlight
use. (The Spotlight can be operated while charging using the 12 volt DC method.)
• If you suspect the bulb is blown, check the filament. If the filament is coiled and
unbroken, the bulb is not blown. If bulb is blown, replace it.
None of the lights are operating.
• The battery may be completely discharged. Charge the unit following the
directions on page 2.
• If the unit does not operate after recharging as directed, contact Technical Support
toll-free at (800) 618-5178.
12 volt, H3 series, 75 watt
Maintenance-free, sealed lead acid,
12 volt, 3 amp hour
UL Listed Class 2, 12 volt DC (300 mA)
DC Plug Fuse