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Buy a universal power suply that should work

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More information is needed.
What is not working? The electrical outlet, the transformer, the rotating clock, or the bulbs?

Open following troubleshoot walk-through for checking each problem, plus power pack tips, trippers and warranty links.
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MY 1999 SUBARU LEGACY B4 has the power light flashing on the dash board every time the engine is running, i have tried checking for mechanical problems through a computer but it shows me that nothing is...


You should rule out a failing alternation tri-diode pack first

When one or more failed diode(s) on the tri-diode fail AC ripple voltage will leak to the 12V DC circuit.

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When small amount of AC ripple leak out to 12V DC circuit sensitive electronic like ECU,alarm system will not work well.

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The easiest method is go to a good auto parts stator and ask for a in car alternator test.

Make sure they has a Midtronic or similar unit that can check the diode pack.

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Would like to purchase AC Wall Adapter for : Power on Board 450amp VECO12P0B


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Your power pack will tell you what voltage wall charger you need. Where you plug one in, it will show 12v, 17v...etc. Yours is probably 12v. On the right side of the connection hole, if you see a + sign, your pack requires positive polarity when you attach an adapter. You can find universal power adapters with an adjustable output and various tips that is sure to work well with your pack. All tips will have a + sign on one side and a - on the opposite side. Just make sure you put the correct side of the tip (- or +, depending on what's on the right side of charging hole on your pack) on the same side of the wall adapter's wire connector end that has the word TIP on it or some other demarkation.
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My kids were playing the Wii & the power went out. Now I cant get it to come back on. Any ideas?


hi the only real thing you can try yourself is resetting the power pack, to do this you need to unplug it from the mains and also unplug it from the wii, leave both ends unplugged for at least 5 minutes, doing this activates the reset procedure inside the power pack, then plug it back in and give it a try.

if it still dont work then the chances are you need to replace the power pack, the chance is the power pack got fried and not the wii as the wii only needs 12volts from the power pack so this shouldnt cause any harm as the power pack reduces the power down to 12v so if it wont work try replacing the power pack or try using a friends power pack just to test it with.

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I don't think the 12V power pack is the problem. Generally there would be a regulator on the plug pack input to the transmitter (as power packs are notoriously bad at voltage regulation).

My guess is it an 'earth leak' between the TV and the transmitter via the audio lead. Does the powerpack have a earth pin. If so, are you able to plug it into an non-earthed power outlet.

If this isn't possible try removing the ground connection from the audio lead.

It could also be a bad audio lead.

Is the TV mono and the transmitter stereo or visa versa? You may need a mono to stereo lead.

Hopefully something in here will help.



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power pack has issues could be a chip on the power pack or some capacitors on the power pack. the power pack supplies power to the inverter.


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