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ONKYO MC35TECH aka R-805X

Where can I obtain a new power supply

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Hi if you need a replacement plug for the system then you can buy them from any electrical store but if you want a transformer or anything product specific then you can contact Onkyo USA sevice centre on 201-785-2600.

Here is the Onkyo website where the number is from
. http://www.onkyousa.com/customer_support.cfm

Or for European service centres go here: http://www.eu.onkyo.com/indices/index_com_en_2008_5946251.html

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