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Model # 60871260 Official Sears 4-amp battery charger

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Owner's Manual And Parts List A-11077-A
#21

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Owner's manual and parts list

Part #A-11077-A

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Slide Switch A-105924
#7

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Slide switch

Part #A-105924

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Input Cord A-105266
#8

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Input cord

Part #A-105266

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Screw STD510602
#19

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Screw

Part #STD510602

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Plstc Handle A-57427
#4

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Plstc handle

Part #A-57427

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Strain Relf A-105598
#12

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Strain relf

Part #A-105598

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Therm Switch A-1-52464
#13

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Therm switch

Part #A-1-52464

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10-32 X 3/8 Screw (standard Hardware - May Be Purchased Locally) N/P
#16

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10-32 x 3/8 screw (standard hardware - may be purchased locally)

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Nameplate A-110849
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Nameplate

Part #A-110849

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Chassis A-1-112493
#2

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Chassis

Part #A-1-112493

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