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Have you learned the tips of driving a multifunctional snack truck?

by:Jiexian     2021-08-15

  Today we are going to share with you some knowledge of safe driving of multi-function snack trucks. We will share this knowledge with you from three aspects. The details are as follows: It is strictly forbidden to lose electricity during storage: Multi-function snack truck battery It is strictly forbidden to be in a state of power loss during storage. The state of power loss means that the multifunctional snack truck is not charged in time after being used.

   When the battery is stored under the state of power loss, it is prone to sulfation. Lead sulfate crystals adhere to the plate, which will block the ion channel and cause insufficient charging. The capacity drops. The longer the idle time in the power-deficient state, the more severe the battery damage. Therefore, when the multifunctional snack truck is not in use, it should be recharged once a month to keep the battery down.

   During use, if the continuous mileage of the multi-function snack truck drops sharply in a short period of time, it is very likely that at least one battery in the battery pack appears problem. At this time, you should go to the sales center or agent maintenance department for inspection, repair or assembly in time. This can relatively extend the life of the battery pack and save your expenses to the greatest extent.

  Multifunctional snack truck to avoid plug heating during charging: 220V power plug or charger output plug loose, contact surface oxidation, etc. will cause the plug to heat up, and the heating time will be too long. Causes short circuit or poor contact of the plug, damages the charger and battery, and brings unnecessary losses to you. Therefore, when the above situation is found, the oxide should be removed in time or the connector should be replaced.

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