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Lost USB cable - what type/size?

This usb cable opening is much smaller than any of the ones we have around the house. Anybody know what kind it is so that I can buy a new one?

Norcent's site did not have a user manual. The spec list just says "usb cable" and does not specify the type/size so that I can search for a new one.

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  • imnangel469 Jan 20, 2009

    HI ..I am having the same problem but I broke mine and need it replaced. cant seem to find out anywhere what size USB to buy!

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Try going to best buy or to Radio Shack.

Posted on Apr 17, 2009


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