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    Tennis Tutor Jr Replacement Battery


    Does anyone on this forum happen to know the specifications for a suitable replacement battery for a Tennis Tutor Jr (aka Tennis Tutor Prolite)? Mine is on it's way out- and I'd rather pick up a replacement battery- perhaps something better than what Tennis Tutor would sell me- locally.

    I believe that it uses a 12V, 7Ah lead acid battery.



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    Join Date
    Jun 2006
    Louisville, KY
    The standard battery is around $50 or they have an external battery pack for $139. I have heard of users that have bought a Deep Cycle high AH 12V auto battery and adapting the connectors to mate to the JR. But that would have to be external of course.

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