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JNC105, JNCX1, DSR12-22A-3, ES1230, 5799000010, RT12220, 0099000676, 5799000011, NPX-80, PRT5904, SEL CB19-12, DMU12-19 Replacement Battery 12v 22ah S BW12220-IT Sealed AGM for Jump N Carry, Booster Pac, Clore ProFormer, Schumacher, DSR Pro, ATD Tools, Vector Jump Start, Husky Jump Pack

12 volt 22 ah Sealed AGM Maintenance-Free Battery with Threaded Insert Terminals by Bright Way for Jump Start, Jump Pak, emergency backup power. Replacement for oem Booster Pac, Clore ProFormer, Jump N Carry, Schumacher, DSR Pro Series, EnerSys, ATD Tools, Vector Jump Start, Husky Jump Pack. Replaces oem ES1230, JNC105, JNCX1, DSR12-22A-3, 5799000010, RT12220, 0099000676, 5799000011, NPX-80, PRT5904, SEL CB19-12, DMU12-19, 12v 17 ah, 17.2 ah, 17.5 ah, 17.8 ah, 18ah, 19ah, 20ah, 21ah, 22ah with full 1 year warranty.

Product Features

  • 12 Volt 22 ah, Threaded Insert Terminals
  • Sealed AGM Maintenance-Free OEM compatible replacement battery
  • 1 Year Warranty
  • Replaces ES1230, JNC105, JNCX1, DSR12-22A-3, 5799000010, RT12220,
  • 0099000676, 5799000011, NPX-80, PRT5904, SEL CB19-12, DMU12-19

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Comments

Anonymous says:

Exact Replacement Battery for JumpPack Battery is a direct and exact replacement for the ProSeries PSJ-2212 (as mine is pictured). During purchase, I was mostly concerned about the battery case measurements being identical to the old battery, and terminals being “insert” as described in Amazon advertisement and as shown in their picture. This is because of the stubby wires within my unit, allowing little slack nor adjustment to alternate attachment angle(s) or configuration. Well, yes; Amazon’s description, picture, and…

Anonymous says:

An exact replacement for my DSR PSJ-2212 jump start battery.After about 10 years, the battery in my PSJ-2212 would no hold a charge any more. Rather than buy a new jump starter (this one cost about $120 10 years ago, and comparable ones now look to be costing around $200), I decided to just replace the battery. There were a *lot* of screws to take out to take the case apart, but other than that replacing the battery was a breeze. I used a 10mm short socket to take the bolts out of…

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