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Battery charger and battery voltage mismatch

I have a craftsman lantern part # 9-93196. On order C700840 to Sears parts I wanted just a battery charger (6 volt for this lantern) - the chat line up sold me to include a new battery. The battery I received is correct (6 volt) but the charger is marked 12 volt and provided 18 volts DC on an open circuit. I believe a 12 volt charger will damage a 6 volt battery. I need a 6 volt charger for this lantern.

Posted November 16, 2012

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Henry, November 16, 2012

Good morning... I can fully understand your concern and I agree with you. I have provided a link below that will agree with us.... An expert will also be responding but I don't expert any deviation from the current census. I might suggest getting a hold of Sears Parts Direct.com for swapping out that charger for one that is appropriate for that battery. Have a good day Alan.

Alan, November 16, 2012

Thanks Henry, Sears parts referred me to this forum.

Jerry C, November 16, 2012

Hello Alan,

I would like to assist you with your battery charger question. I agree that the voltage of the charger is alarming, considering the battery is six volts. I researched this specific application and this link verifies that the charger voltage is indeed correct at 12 Volts, 500 mA. Verify that you have the part number of 41-8057 and it will be perfectly fine to use it. On the voltage increasing with no load, that is to be expected of many wall-wart type transformers, the circuit provides correct regulation under load and allows higher volts under no load.

Please let me know if you would like any further assistance.

Jerry C

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