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What type plug operate a whistler 680 radar det. Is it a 1.3 size plug.

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Take the unit to your local Radio Shack and they will hook you up with the right equipment.

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the 680 took a 2.5mm power cord. Center tip positive.

Posted on Jan 07, 2010

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