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Maintenance - Black & Decker ASI200 Instruction Manual

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into, weld, or make any modifications to the
inflator or its attachments.
Do not operate the inflator when the engine is
running.
Operate only with the accessories included or
those rated for 8.27 bar/120 psi or higher. The
use of any accessory not recommended for use
with this tool could be hazardous.
Do not play with the tool. High pressure air is
dangerous. Do not direct air-flow at yourself or
others.
The inflator can become hot during use. Allow
the inflator to cool for 30 minutes before storing
away.
Never carry the inflator by the hose.
Do not direct the nozzle or hose at animals or
bystanders.
Store the inflator out of reach of small children.
The gauge is intended as a guide only. Tyre
pressures should be regularly checked with a
certified gauge.
Before use, check the power supply cord for
signs of damage, ageing and wear.
Do not use the appliance if the power supply cord
or mains plug is damaged or defective (where
applicable).
Electric Safety
If the 12V power cord is damaged, it must be replaced
by the manufacturer, authorized Black & Decker
Service Center or an equally qualified person in order
to avoid damage or injury. If the power cord is replaced
by an equally qualified person, but not authorized by
Black & Decker, the warranty will not be valid.
Labels on tools
The following pictograms are shown on the tool:
Warning! To reduce the risk of injury, the user
must read the instruction manual.
Do not expose the appliance to rain or high
humidity
Before performing maintenance or cleaning on
the appliance, unplug the supply cord.
Do not leave the inflator unattended.
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Features
Area light
1.
Pressure gauge
2.
Storage location for air hose and 12 Volt adaptor
3.
Air hose with universal valve adaptor
4.
On/off switch
5.
12 Volt adaptor
6.
Area light on/off switch
7.
Use
Air hose and cord storage (fig. A)
Wrap the dc cord around the base of the unit and then put
the air hose (4) and the 12 Volt adaptor (6) into the storage
location (3).
Fitting the accessories (fig. B and C)
Your inflator is supplied with the standard tapered nozzles
and the needle inflator nozzle, these are located on the
base of the unit (fig. C).
To use the universal valve adaptor, make sure
that the lever is in the up position.
Place the valve adapter over the stem of the
inflation needle or tapered nozzle (fig. B).
Press the lever on the valve adapter down to lock
it in place.
Place the inflation needle or tapered nozzle into
the item to be inflated.
Note:
Always make sure that the lever is in the up
position when not in use.
Operate your Inflator only with the universal valve
adaptor or with the included nozzles.
Note:
Make sure that the universal valve adaptor is
firmly locked in place before turning the Inflator on.
Many inflatables have an internal flap that prevents
air loss during inflation. Unless this flap is displaced
by the nozzle the inflatable will not inflate. Push the
nozzle firmly into the valve to make sure that you push
this flap out of the way.
Store the inflation needle inside one of the tapered
nozzles and snap the tapered nozzles into the storage
slots located on the bottom of the Inflator (fig. C).
Warning!
Excessive air pressure may cause a
hazardous risk of bursting or personal injury. Check the
manufacturer's maximum pressure rating for the items
being inflated.
Note: If the pressure rating for the item being inflated
is above 100 psi, note that the maximum run time
is 10 minutes, leave to rest for 20 minutes before
re-use.
Operating the inflator
Warning
! Do not operate the inflator when the car
engine is running.
Note
: Make sure that your 12 Volt accessory socket
is live. On some vehicles the accessory socket may
only become live when the ignition key is in the
accessory position.
To power the display
Always fully extend the 12 Vdc cord before each
use.
Connect the 12 Volt adaptor (6) into the vehicle's
12 Volt accessory socket.
To enable the inflator to operate you must
set the required units (psi, bar or kPa) and a
pressure valve.
Setting the required pressure (fig. D)
Warning!
Do not leave the inflator running
unattended. It could burst tires or other items.
Note:
You must set the automatic shut-off feature
before the unit will operate.
To switch between the different units (kPa, psi or
bar), press buttons 8 & 9 at the same time until
the required units are displayed.
Press and hold button 8 or 9 for 3 seconds until
the display flashes.
While the display is flashing press the - or +
buttons (8 & 9) until the required pressure is
displayed.
After 3 seconds the display will flash and return
to a reading of "0.0". This is normal.
Connect the universal valve adaptor and
accessories, if required, to the item to be
inflated, making sure that the lever of the valve
adaptor is in the down position to lock it in place.
To turn the inflator on, press the on/off switch (5)
to the I position.
When the item to be inflated has reached the
preset value the unit will automatically turn off.
To turn the inflator off press switch (5) to the 0
position.
Remove the valve adaptor or accessory from the
inflated item and the 12 Volt adapter (6) from
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your vehicle's 12 Volt accessory socket.
Note
: If the 12 Volt adapter is removed from the
vehicles 12 Volt accessory socket, all settings will
be lost and will need to be re-entered following the
instructions under the heading 'Setting the required
pressure.
Operating the area light
To operate the area light (1), make sure that the
12 Volt adaptor (6) is plugged into the vehicle's
12 Volt accessory socket.
Note:
Make sure that your 12 Volt accessory socket
is live. On some vehicles the accessory socket may
only become live when the ignition key is in the
accessory position.
To turn the area light on, press the area light on/
off switch (7) located on the side of the unit to
the I position.
To turn the area light off, press the area light on/
off switch (7) located on the side of the unit to
the 0 position.
To replace the bulb (fig. E)
Warning!
Make sure that the 12 Volt adaptor is not
connected before starting this procedure.
Remove the screw (10) from the top of the lens cover
(12).
Pull the lens cover (12) down using the tab (11) to get
access to the bulb (13).
To remove the bulb, push in and turn clockwise (fig. E).
Replace the bulb (13) with a one of the same type and
wattage (12V/5W).
Fit the lens cover (12) and secure with the screw (10).
Using your inflator as a pressure gauge
Make sure that the unit is powered as described
in the section 'Operating the Inflator'.
Connect the universal valve adaptor and
accessories if required to the item to be inflated
making sure that the lever of the valve adaptor is
in the down position to lock it in place.
The display will now show the actual pressure
value in the item.

Maintenance

Your Black & Decker corded/cordless appliance/tool
has been designed to operate over a long period of
time with a minimum of maintenance. Continuous
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