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I need to replace my chauvet cirrus power cord

The power supply is 5 VDC, 3 A, 15W 0.2A Max. I Can't find the part listed on their website. Can I just order a 3rd party manufactured power cord and use that? Will it fit in the plug hole?

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If the power connector on the back is a 3-pin socket then get a standard IEC power cable. If it is a small rounded socket then get the corresponding power supply. The unit pr user manual should give the correct specs on the required voltage, polarity, current consumption, etc.

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