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Missing ac plug for receiver

I recently got a used Technics Sa-ex510 receiver and a technics rs-tr272 tape deck. i didn't get an ac wire to "power" my receiver and don't plan on using the tape deck. can i use the ac wire/plug from the tape deck on my receiver?
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If the AC plug is the standard "D" shape with the indents for polarization of the cord on both units, yes ou can.
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