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How do i plug the tv in to power source?

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This is the original japanese manual (there is no one in english!):

http://products.jp.sanyo.com/support/manual/pdf/LCD-15A2.pdf

Maybe the pictures will help you or you could do some translating using Google Translate.

Posted on Jul 29, 2009

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