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TO MANY WALL WARTS WITH NO IDEA TO WHAT THEY GO

Here is a quick and simple way to code your wall warts (transformer power supplies for drills,camera, electronic items etc). I have many wall wart style chargers and sometimes I forget which item they go too. I have lots of guitar effects, bass effects, camera, camcorder and much more. Now after I have figured out what they go to, I buy multi-colored tie wraps and put one color on the wall wart and the same color on the tool or device it goes too. If I run out of colors I buy colored tape and do the same thing and you can resuse colors that way. It has helped me eliminate a frustrating situation.

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There is a fine wire, (under the paper wrapping) or on the transformer, re-close, and it will work 99% of the time.

WARNING random wall warts WILL vary, up to 200% of what their rating label states!

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