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PSC-12500A Schumacher Battery Charger Parts List



Schumacher PSC-12500A Repair Parts
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Description
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0099000453
Fan Motor 5 Volt Muffin Quiet
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3999000104
Circuit Breaker 12 Volt DC 50 Amp
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0090026135 Schumacher Power Cord 18/2 0090026135 Schumacher 115 Volt Power Cord 18/2

0090026135 Schumacher Power Cord 18/2

Price $19.25
0099000453 Schumacher Fan Motor 5 volt Muffin Quiet 0099000453 Schumacher Fan Motor 5 volt Muffin Quiet

Fan Motor provides cooling for the unit. 5 volt quiet design keeps noise to a minimum. 40mm X 40mm X 20mm, 5 volts DC with Connector.

Discontinued
0899002892 Schumacher Faceplate PSC-12500A 0899002892 Schumacher Faceplate PSC-12500A

0899002892 Schumacher Faceplate PSC-12500A

Price $5.95
2299001483 Schumacher Heatsink Rectifier Diehard 71226 / PSC-12500A 2299001483 Schumacher Heatsink Rectifier Diehard 71226

2299001483 Schumacher Heatsink Rectifier Diehard 71226 / PSC-12500A

Discontinued
2299001620 Schumacher Control Board Assembly 85-640 Napa PSC-12500A 2299001620 Schumacher Control Board Assembly 85-640 Napa PSC-12500A

2299001620 Schumacher Control Board Assembly 85-640 Napa PSC-12500A

Price $19.95
246-243-000 Circuit Breaker 12 Volt 50 Amp (578800-050) 246-243-000 Circuit Breaker 12 Volt 50 Amp (578800-050)

246-243-000 Circuit Breaker 12 Volt 50 Amp (578800-050). Universal Breaker replaces many older unit parts.

Price $4.50
3899002545 Schumacher DC Cable Clip Set 8 Gauge 125 Amp 3899002545 Schumacher DC Cable Clip Set 8 Gauge 125 Amp

3899002545 Schumacher DC Cable Clip Set 8 Gauge 125 Amp

Discontinued
3999000104 Schumacher Circuit Breaker 12 Volt DC 50 Amp 3999000104 Schumacher Circuit Breaker 12 Volt DC 50 Amp

3999000104 Schumacher Circuit Breaker 12 Volt DC 50 Amp

Discontinued
4999000308 Schumacher Fan Motor 5 Volt DC 40mm X 40mm X 20mm 4999000308 Schumacher Fan Motor 5 Volt DC 40mm X 40mm X 20mm

Fan Motor provides cooling for the unit. 12 volt quiet design keeps noise to a minimum. 40mm X 40mm X 20mm, 5 volts DC with Connector. Can be used to replace other motors of the same dimension with just a plug change.

Discontinued
PSC-12500A Schumacher 125/40/15/2 Amp 6/12 Volt Automatic Automotive Battery Charger Starter Tender Tester PSC-12500A Schumacher 125/40/15/2 Amp 6/12 Volt Automatic Automotive Battery Charger Starter Tender Tester

The PSC-12500A Schumacher 125/40/15/2 Amp 6/12 Volt Automatic Automotive Battery Charger Starter Tender Tester is compatible with both 6 and 12-volt automotive batteries. The internal microprocessor will automatically charge your battery at the most efficient rate giving your battery the fullest possible charge. Charges 6 and 12 volt batteries. The Fully automatic microprocessor controlled unit charges 12-Volt regular automotive, deep-cycle, AGM, Gel Cell, and 6-Volt regular batteries. Built in digital volt meter and alternator tester for basic diagnostics. 125 Amp 12-Volt engine start for emergency starting. 15-40 Amp 6 and 12-volt rapid charge with self-adjusting, variable charge rates and float-mode monitoring. 2 Amp 12 Volt trickle charge for small batteries.

Price $129.95
   
 


PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION
The charger is making an audible clicking sound. Circuit breaker is cycling. The settings may be wrong. Check the charger settings.
Battery is defective. Have battery checked.
Shorted battery cables or clips. Circuit breaker is cycling. Check for shorted cables or clips and replace if necessary.
Severely discharged battery, but otherwise it is a good battery. Allow charging to continue until battery has a chance to recover sufficiently to take a charge. If more than 20 minutes, stop charging and have the battery checked.
Reverse connections at battery. Shut the charger off and correct the lead connections.
Charger makes a loud buzz or hum. Transformer laminations vibrate (buzz). No problem; this is a normal condition.
Shorted Diode Assembly or Output Rectifier Assembly (hum). Have charger checked by a qualified technician.
Short or no start cycle when cranking engine. Drawing more amps than the charger can provide. Crank time varies with the amount of current drawn. If cranking draws more amps than the charger can provide, crank time may be less than 3 seconds.
Failure to wait 3 minutes (180 seconds) between cranks. Wait 3 minutes of rest time before the next crank.
Clips are not making a good connection. Check for poor connection at battery and frame.
AC cord and/or extension cord is loose. Check power cord and extension cord for loose fitting plug.
No power at receptacle. Check for open fuse or circuit breaker supplying AC outlet.
The charger may be overheated. The thermal protector may have tripped and needs a little longer to reset. Make sure the charger vents are not blocked. Wait and try again.
Battery may be severely discharged. On a severely discharged battery, charge for 10 to 15 minutes in the highest charge rate to help assist in cranking.
Charger will not turn on when properly connected. AC outlet is dead. Check for open fuse or circuit breaker supplying AC outlet.
Poor electrical connection. Check power cord and extension cord for loose fitting plug.
The battery is connected and the charger is on, but is not charging. Clips are not making a good connection. Check for poor connection at battery and frame. Make sure connecting points are clean. Rock clips back and forth for a better connection.
The charger is in tester mode, not charge mode. Press the Charge Rate button to activate charging and select a charge rate.
The measured current is much lower than what was selected. The charger reached the maximum voltage and is reducing the current. No problem; this is a normal condition.
The DIGITAL DISPLAY always flashes before the battery is completely charged. The incorrect BATTERY TYPE may have been selected. Reset the charger by briefly unplugging it or briefly disconnecting the negative battery clip. Be sure to reset the charger to the proper settings.
The battery did not reach full charge within 24 hours. May be due to a very large battery or bank of batteries requiring more power than the charger can deliver within 24 hours.
The battery is defective. Have battery checked.
The CHARGED (green) LED lights a few minutes after connecting to the battery. The battery may be fully charged or recently charged, leaving the battery voltage high enough to appear to be fully charged. If the battery is in a vehicle, turn the headlights on for a few minutes to reduce the battery voltage and try charging again.
The incorrect BATTERY TYPE may have been selected. Reset the charger by briefly unplugging it or briefly disconnecting the negative battery clip. Be sure to reset the charger to the proper settings.
The indicator lights are lit in an erratic manner not explained in this manual. You might have accidentally activated a special diagnostic mode. Make sure nothing is touching the control panel, then unplug the charger and plug it in again.
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