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Does coleman 8960 jumpstarter use a 12v converter to charge?

I have an old 8960 coleman leadacid battery jumper, I can't find the charger that goes with it, is it a standard 12v wallcharger and is there a Mv requirement?

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Brentonb, In the event that you don't get a direct answer (which is likely, since this is a pretty obscure question) I suggest you troubleshoot it this way. Remove the bad battery. Use the charging device that came with the lantern and wire it temporarily to the device in place of the battery. This will supply the correct voltage, but takes the possibly shorted battery out of the circuit. If you are certain you have the polarity correct and you know that the charger works, then you have your answer. good luck.

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