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Atari 2600 Console Power Adapter

We have just purchased Atari 2600 Console without an adapter.
What power adapter is required volts/amps?

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  • frezthl Dec 17, 2008

    i need an adapter too, my original died

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This place sells replacement adapter (not original) for the Atari 2600.

http://atariace.com/atari/accessories.php

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Hi.. here is a link to get you the adapter you need..
https://ssl.perfora.net/electricquarter.com/atari-2600-adapter-plug-p-44.html?osCsid=69b65dc1dbf7bd905201004572e261e4

hope this helps.. thanks.. d

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SOURCE: Atari 2600 Console Power Adapter

The Atari 2600 adapter has the following information on it:

Input: 120V AC 60Hz 12W

Output: 9V DC 500mA

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Make sure you test the power supply before you use it. I have 2 original atari power supplies, and they are both putting out about 15V DC, which may be why my atari's aren't working anymore!

Anubis

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The Atari 2600 adapter has the following information on it:

Input: 120V AC 60Hz 12W

Output: 9V DC 500mA

Positive tip


Make sure you test the power supply before you use it. I have 2 original atari power supplies, and they are both putting out about 15V DC, which may be why my atari's aren't working anymore!

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