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Need owners operating manuals for: Part# 60H7529 '' 76H6165 '' 76H1571 Need CPU 115v power cord for above model

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  • Edward Jennejohn May 11, 2010

    confusing! no CPU operates directly on 115v. it would fry! i assume you need the external power supply cord that powers the internal power supply that powers the motherboard, hard drive(s), cd-rom(s), usb ports, etc. cord plugs into the back of the pc, right?! sort of a 'D' shape- female (sexist!) goes into the back of the pc? try radio shack, wal-mart, 2nd hand store, etc. if that's the cord, part, you're referring to, then it's that simple. if it's more specific, get back to me! and consider that the outlet may be dead! try another! good luck!

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