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DC adapter issues

Our game was working quite well and I was totally pleased. Then The DC adapter started just slipping out of the little hole- thingy and I noticed around the end of the adapter, some green lstuff and the metallic enamel had corroded away leaving the green ..stuff underneath. I bought a replacemet DC adapter, but thaty too will not power on my FC Twin and the adapter, that even says for FCTwin will not stay in the system...: ( I'm stuck and sad ...

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  • sariepoo Apr 02, 2010

    I bought the same exact adapter that came with it, but the issue remained, and I wasted my money :( maybe i need a new adapter hole thingy?


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Make sure the dc adapter is the same voltage and everything if it isnt DONT PUT IT IN it could wreck the system

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