Question about Coleman Dc 12 Volt Inflate-all Pump
Hey guys I have a Coleman model 5348-700 rechargeable lantern. I have replaced my tube bulbs and it still doesn't work. I am now sure its the battery, even though when I plug it in the red light works. But when I opened the bottom to get the battery out to go to get a new one the battery won't come out at all. it seams to be glued. How do I remove the battery? Should I take it to a camping store maybe?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The bottom panel should either pop out of lift up. They can get a little stuck so you may need to use a screwdriver or similar tool. As long we''re talking about these units, see this link:
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
you have 2 windings that are in you motor,One winding is the start winding It give the motor its initial boost that gets the fan spinning.The other winding is the run winding and it takes over and keeps the fan running.So it sounds like the motor is bad because the start winding is not giving the boost it needs to start. good luck--Nate
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
Check the battery with a volt meter to make sure you have the correct voltage. If not, replace battery. If correct voltage, bypass switch to determine if it is good or not. If not, replace. There really isn't much to go wrong on the lanterns except the bulb or battery.
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
SOURCE: lantern taken out of 5
I don't like to be the bearer of bad news, but it looks like there are no longer replacement batteries available for that lantern. Please see this link for repair parts from coleman. (also possibly here.) There is a customer service number listed at the bottom of that first page that will put you in touch with a Coleman representative, who may be able to suggest an alternative choice for your lantern. Failing that, the only solution I can recommend would be to take the lantern to one of the aftermarket battery suppliers (such as Batterys Plus, etc.) and see if they can provide you with a non OEM version of the battery you need for your lantern to take a charge.
Good luck. I hope you're able to find something.]
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Posted on Jan 10, 2011
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