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I've lost the power cord for my Pacific Digital external USB 1.1/2.0 CD-RW Drive. Can you please tell me where I can buy a replacement cord? Thank You.

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Radio shack near you-or any electronic store.

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A standard web search found the obvious answer.

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http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_do_you_get_a_cord_for_a_Durabrand_CD_player_model_cd_1095

"You can purchase a generic power cord at Radio Shack. I had the same exact model and found that their catalog number 61-2875 was a perfect fit. It lists for $7.99. To be sure, take your radio in for an exact match. Good luck! :o)"

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I need a power cord for CD-1095 - where can I buy?


You can pick up a generic power cord for your CD player from places such as Radio Shack. I believe their item # 61-2875 will work for you.

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