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Need a replacment power supply cord for maxtor external hard drive

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It would seem that if you contacted Newegg, they seem to have a large supply of accessory cables etc....don't know if Maxtor is
a brand they deal with but the cord might be generic like a monitor power cord is...

Posted on Apr 16, 2008

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