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I'm not sure what the B reference is on that.
I took the original down to the local electronic shop and he gave me a substitute.
The charger is putting out 14 volts and everything looks good.
The only part I couldn't get is a filtering cap 100volt 290nF.
I looked on line but I only saw a quantity of 30 so I'll wait and check again down the road.