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What AC power supply do I need to use a Cricut Expression die cutter in Austraila? what voltage and what size plug?

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  • sack_sue Sep 25, 2009

    I'm looking at buying one of these machines, but I want to know what voltage/current power supply I would need to get, to run it.

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If that has an ac power supply there should be a d/c voltage and current on the label. you need an adapter of the same voltage/current that uses a 220 ac plug. i may add i'm in australia (from canada) and my laptop adapter label states it will run from 100 to 240 volts. i picked up an adapter at **** smiths to change the plug from aussie to north american and it's fine.

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