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I need an instruction manual for an old Schauer Solid State 10 Amp Battery Charger. It has a switch for 6 or 12 volts.

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SOURCE: I have a 39 ford 6 volt battery operated car. I

you need a voltage doubler circuit which feeds from your 6V DC system and converts it to AC and steps it up and converts it to 12V DC. This device might be difficult to find. OR use a 6Vdc power inverter and just use a 120volt AC fan if much easier to source out in your area.
You might want to try a 12VDC high speed fan and see if the 50% reduced speed is already sufficient for you.

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SOURCE: 84 CK TRK, 2500, 5.7L 55,000 miles have replaced

On some of the older style GM's you can take that brown wire and cut it and take the end leading from the alternator and hook it directly to the hot terminal on the alternator and just leave it hooked up and it will work. But I have ran into the occasional problem where leaving it hooked up will drain the battery when the vehicle isn't running. Hope this helps..

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Hello! Due to Charger Voltage Compatibility: Never use a battery charger unless the battery voltage matches the output voltage rating of the charger...Therefore do not use a 6-volt charger on a 12-volt battery and visa-versa...
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SOURCE: will not hold volts. battery good,new ing. switch,new alt. only holds about 8 volts.on gauge it's a old police car

Are you sure that the alt. is charging? I would check connections at alt.

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