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How do u charge a edelbrock power wheel corvette for kids 12 volt batteries and a 6 volt charger

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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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