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No power cable

Hi there, bought a stanton str8-60 deck off ebay but it came with no power lead. Is there a set polarisation on the power input or is it variable?? Can i use a standard 2 pin shaver lead for the power input?

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There is no polarisation on the input lead - It won't hurt the deck if you get it reversed. If you have a shaver lead that fits, that should be fine.

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Posted on Apr 16, 2008

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