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My power supply is fault

Power supply for me camera

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Hi
If you could tell me the model number and make of your camera I can locate the site for you to buy a new power supply. As it is, all I can reccomend is that you do a google product search or search on sites such as amazon for "(your camera name) power supply"

There will almost definately be somewhere that sells replacement power supplies.

Hope this helps
Philip

Posted on Jul 13, 2008

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