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Lost power cord for boombox

My daughter lost the power cord to her boombox. It is a Durabrand CD-1095. Where can I find a replacement?

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Hi friend

take your boombox nearset electonics & electical store he wil give u a maching code

thnx using fixya

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HI,

You can try to get it from HERE

Goodluck..

Posted on Apr 08, 2008

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