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How to locate theac power cord for the rca co pilot 14t303?

I've acquired this unit and have made a plug for the 13.8 VDC operation. Really need the ac cord / adapter. Can anyone help?

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Once your unit has the most up-to-date software, you may need to perform a master reset. To do this follow the steps below:
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