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By "dead battery" the manufacturer means, a battery that is beyond repair. Any battery that has been drawn below 4 volts will not be sensed by the charger as a safety measure because it is beyond repair and could cause fires or electrical issues. This charger will recharge a battery that is temporarily out of energy (c… see more By "dead battery" the manufacturer means, a battery that is beyond repair. Any battery that has been drawn below 4 volts will not be sensed by the charger as a safety measure because it is beyond repair and could cause fires or electrical issues. This charger will recharge a battery that is temporarily out of energy (could read 10 volts to 12 volts on a voltmeter), but not one that is "dead" or damaged beyond repair (would read very low voltage, like 3 volts). see less By "dead battery" the manufacturer means, a battery that is beyond repair. Any battery that has been drawn below 4 volts will not be sensed by the charger as a safety measure because it is beyond repair and could cause fires or electrical issues. This charger will recharge a battery that is temporarily out of energy (could read 10 volts to 12 volts on a voltmeter), but not one that is "dead" or damaged beyond repair (would read very low voltage, like 3 volts).
Phil Walker
· October 25, 2019
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edmon greaner
· January 17, 2020
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Sure, You can also remove the battery from the car and charge it at home
TowerTop-US
Seller · February 25, 2020
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I think what you meant to say is the input voltage selectable between 120v and 230v. No I dont think it is.
drunkspider
· December 15, 2019
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They'll use "covid" as the reason
J
· May 7, 2020
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Do you mean you have a problem and need to return the item under warranty?
If so contact the seller or the company that made the unit

gary b.
· May 4, 2020
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Yes, sure
TowerTop-US
Seller · May 10, 2019
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It's not a jump box you have to have it plugged in
Timothy Wood
· June 20, 2019
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No donot start generator with any items plug in to it
You will damage your generator or battery charger

edmon greaner
· January 17, 2020
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No.no internal battery..
dm
· July 5, 2020