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JetRunner Vehicles

Operating Instructions
   
Forward/Reverse Setting:
  To move forward, press the front button. To reverse, press the back button.
Start Pedal:
  Lightly press the yellow start pedal and your vehicle will either move forward or backwards as you have selected. When you let go of the pedal, the vehicle will automatically come to a stop.
High/Lo Speed Setting (for some models only):
  Press the switch upwards for high speed and downwards for slow speed.
Automatic Switch (some models only):
  Switch on and the vehicle can be driven in automatic mode using the same actions as for the manual start pedal.
Charging Procedures
   
Batteries must be charged before using the vehicle for the first time, and should be recharged after each day's use. When the vehicle seems to be travelling slower than normal, please recharge the batteries immediately.
Insert battery charger output terminal into the vehicle charging port or the battery terminal connector.
Plug the other end of the battery charger cable into a standard electrical outlet.
The charger normally generates some heat whilst charging. If not, the charger, battery or fuse may not be working properly.
Never charge the battery continuously for more than 10 hours.
Operating Your Scooter
   
You can make the following adjustments to increase your comfort when driving...
Adjust seat height and location
Adjust steering column to your individual requirements.
Adjust armrest width.
 
Before operating your scooter, check that the Free Wheeling Device is at the "D" position and the Speed Dial is set to the "turtle" picture.
ISit on scooter and turn on the key. The Power Reserve Indicator light should be illuminated in the green, yellow and red color zones. The Self Diagnostic Warning light should not be blinking.
With your hands resting comfortably on the handlebars, the Thumb Control Levers should be within easy reach. The right lever moves the scooter forwards, the left one moves it backwards.
Note: The scooter has automatic braking systems. Release the Thumb Control and the brakes will stop the scooter.
Steer the scooter by turning the whole steering column the way you want to go.
Practise driving where there are no obstacles. Start at the slowest speed and drive forward and backward plus make some turns. As you become more comfortable, you can increase the speed by turning the Speed Dial towards the picture of the "rabbit".
If the Power Reserve Indicator becomes illuminated in the red or red and yellow zones only, you should plan to recharge the batteries very soon.
When you have finished riding, turn off the key before climbing off.

C.T.M. Mobility Scooter/Power Chairs

Additional Operating Information
   
Hill Climbing:
  You may need to select a higher speed. Turn to a lower speed before riding downhill.
Down Slopes:
  To proceed down steep slopes slowly, set the Speed Dial in the proximity of the "turtle". This enables maximum safety and driver control as the closer the Speed Dial is set towards the "turtle", the slower the speed. This scooter will not accelerate downhill because the controller will take effect.
Curb Climbing:
  Approach slowly at right angles to the curb. A slight angle is permissible with a 4-wheel scooter, but a direct approach is necessary with a 3-wheel model. Do not attempt to climb a curb which is greater than 4i in height.
Free Wheeling :
  If the scooter breaks down and must be moved immediately, climb off and push the Free Wheeling Lever to "N" then push the scooter slowly to a safe location. Return the lever back to its "D" position.
Operating Your Power Chair
   
Before operating your power chair, check the following..
 
Free Wheeling Device is at "D" position.
Speed Dial is set at the low speed.
Sit on chair and securely fasten the safety belt.
Turn on the Power Switch - the Battery Level Indicator light should be fully-illuminated in all areas.
With your right hand resting comfortably on the armrest, the joystick should be within easy reach. Push the joystick in the direct in which you wish to go. You may turn the chair in the 360 degree direction. When you stop pushing the joystick the chair will stop.
Practise riding where their are no obstacles. Start at the slowest speed and ride forwards and backwards plus make some turns. As you become more comfortable, you can increase the speed by turning the Speed Dial.
If the Power Reserve Indicator is only partially illuminated, you should plan to recharge the batteries very soon.
When you have finished riding, turn off the key before climbing off.
If you have finished riding for the day, immediately recharge the batteries.
Recharging Your Batteries
   
Batteries must be charged before using the vehicle for the first time, and should be recharged after each day's use. To do this you will need the chair and the battery charger.

NOTE - As individual countries may supply different chargers, the charging procedure may be different from that described below. If you require more details, please contact your authorized dealer.

NOTE: Ensure the chair key is in the OFF position.

 

Ensure that the voltage switch on the battery charger is correctly set to 115V or 230V.
Ensure the main switch on the battery charger is OFF.
Insert battery charger output terminal into the chair charging port.
Plug the other end of the battery charger cable into a standard electrical outlet.
  NOTE: To allow heat to dissipate, do not place battery charger on batteries or close to other objects.
Turn main switch on the battery charger to ON.
The battery charger lights will normally be red and yellow at this point. Check whether you can hear the fan running. If the lights are not on or the fan is not running, turn the main switch OFF. Disconnect the battery charger and check the fuse for burnout. Replace fuse if necessary, reconnect and try again. If this still does not work, please contact your authorized agent.
Allow to charge until the right battery charger light turns green.
Then turn OFF battery charger and unplug it from the chair.
 
Note: The time needed to recharge will vary depending upon the level of depletion of the batteries. Charging for longer than necessary will not harm the batteries - they cannot be overcharged.
General Care
   
We recommend that you comply with the following instructions which are intended to ensure that your scooter/chair achieves its optimum operating life.
 
Cleaning:
  If your scooter/chair is dirty, use a damp or lightly soapy cloth to wipe it down. In order to protect the electrical parts, do not use running water to wash or rinse. Buff and shine with an automotive liquid polish.
Seat Care:
  The seat material used by C.T.M. is of high quality and will remain in good condition for many years if treated correctly. Regular cleaning and care are necessary since dust and dirt (from the roads) can cause severe abrasion which may lead to the surface becoming permanently brittle. It is recommended that you remove surface dust with a cloth at regular intervals.
Alloy Wheels:
  These should be treated with a suitable cleaner (particularly during the winter months). However do not use aggressive, acidic, strong alkaline or abrasive cleaning agents or steam jets at more than 60 degrees Fahrenheit (comply with the manufacturer's instructions for use).
Seat Belts (Power Chair only):
  These should be cleaned with mild soap suds without removing them from the chair. Do not dry clean or use chemical products as they may weaken the fabric.
Storage:
  Between use, your scooter/chair is best stored in a dry location