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Powershot g2 power schematic

I broke on of the 9vdc pins off and i am looking for a schematic for the power as i am unsure of the polarity of the pins, can some one help so i can make another type of mains power supply connection. please help

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I doubt you will find such a thing- altough- Canon web site tech support may have a clue. but you should not need it if you have the skills to make such an item- just make it and stick it where the other came out.

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