Question about Televison & Video
What needs to be done here is goto the local Rat Shack, and purchase a universal power adapter for your specific voltage and amperage. Remember to bring your device into the place to match up the tip with the power socket on the device. Tell them you need 1500 milliamps and tell them you need 9 or 12 volts.
The cost should be no more than fifteen dollars total for adapter and tip, usually the tip comes with the purchase of the transformer, and dont purchase one with a variable voltage, just a fixed voltage if possible you can use 9 or 12 volts but it has to be 1500ma(which is 1.5 amps).
Posted on May 15, 2008
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