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I have purchased many different computer cords from stores, flea markets, and yard sales. Sometimes, you can find a small computer repair shop in your local area that will help you with the cords you might need and if you are really lucky, they might give you one or at least have a used cord to sell you. I know power cables can run 10 to 25 dollars retail, but I have purchased them for a little as a dollar from yard sales.
Look at the power connector on back of set. You will probably see 3 recessed prong's. You should be able to use the same type of cord as on a computer or monitor. You can get one at
any home center or electronics store like Walmart, BestBuy, hardware stores, etc.