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Just bought a cd burner from yard sale and i want to know how to power it up on back label reads U S B 1930-48 MODEL NO. -A11CW3

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It should have a USB port on it for powering it on. That would connect to your computers USB port via a USB cable that can be purchased at may retail outlets. It if has another DC voltage jack, you must then find the right one to power it on.

Does it say who makes it? What brand? That would help in trying to find the right power adaptor if it requires one. It may also say near the power input jack just what voltage it requires.

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