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I am not very bright

I have no idea where to plug the cord into the player.

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It's a sports model so everything is behind a rubber plug, look on the side and pull out the rubber plug to insert the adapter.

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Does the back of the CD player use either of these cords? If so you can find them right here 483results for PS2 power cord or 28results for PS2 fat power cord

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