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Coleman portable model 5640 cooler cord

You gave an answer on how to connect this with the red/blue areas of the plug. We had the same cord but have lost it. It had one end that went into the lighter (cizarette) and the othe end was flat with red/blue. WHERE CAN I FIND ANOTHER CORD?
Is this discontinued? If you have a source please tell me.
Thank you,
Jo Ann

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Jo Ann,

You can google "coleman 5640" and quite a few websites will come up that offer repair parts and the cord is one of them. There are only three parts that you can still buy for that model cooler. The cord, the motor, and the removable tray. Hope this helps.

Marty

Posted on Jun 12, 2009

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