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2,6 Amps 19 Volts, may have odd plug, cant remember

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Hi,
it uses 19V AC power supply adapter.
ok

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Figures 1 and 2: The difference between AT (left) and ATX (right) motherboard connectors.
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Figures 3 and 4: Large (left) and small (right) Molex connectors.
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