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I need a power cord for am-ssb transceiver--- GRANT

I HAVE A AM-SIDE BAND RADIO THAT I NEED POWER CORD FOR.

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Any truck stop or radio shack carries those 3-pin power cords.

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what about ssb, you mean what does it mean
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