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I lost the power cord to my "vintage fiber optic light" and would really like to use it. I don't know the voltage, so I can't even try to use another cord. Any ideas I what I can do?

Small tabletop vintage fiber optic light that changes colors and revolves (ufo 80's style light). We have some other power cords of different voltages, but am worried they might be too strong and blow out the light & probably not fit.

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