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Motorola Spirit SV10 Charger question

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Jul 15, 2004
Heading back to 1996 with this one..I recently acquired two Motorola SV10 radios. The batteries are shot, but my concern is the charger. I know this particular radio doesn't have a physical charger, but instead has a charger power supply if you will, that runs directly from the outlet in to the side of the radio. My problem is that I cannot find a charger for this radio...So the question is, will a charger supply from another Spirit model (ie MV11C), work for this radio? I hope that makes sense and I'm hoping someone can help me out or point me in the right direction. Seeing as how this radio is not supported by the big M, please don't tell me to call service centers :)
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