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Hi have a mikomi lcd2008 tv and have lost the power supply lead does anyone know where i can get a replacement it has a dc 12v power supply but don't seem to be able to find one anywhere not even from mikomi

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Hi.

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You will need to tell them the model number of your set & what the plug looks like that goes in to the TV set whether its standard DC plug or has 4 pins.
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